Be gone, peach fuzz!

Dermaplaning is a safe exfoliation treatment that promotes deeper product penetration, boosting the effects of skin care products while making the skin look and feel smoother and also reducing the appearance of acne scars. The treatment also works to remove facial hair that can trap dirt and oils.

How does it work?

It is the process of taking a 10-gauge scalpel to shave (not cut!) layers of dead skin and dirt off the surface of your face. We first cleanse your face and wait for it to dry as this allows for a better treatment. We then lightly and with short strokes “scrape” the blade at an angle across your face removing any dead skin, hair and dirt. We follow with a moisturizer and Sun-block for your protection, and you’re done!

All smooth and refreshed with NO downtime.


  • Rough skin
  • Dry skin
  • Superficial hyperpigmentation
  • Mild acne scarring


  • Current inflamed acne lesions;
  • Skin cancer;
  • Active cold sores;
  • Uncontrolled diabetes;
  • Dermatitis;
  • Open skin lesions;
  • Use of Accutane currently or in the past six months; and/or.
  • The use of prescription retinol within a week of treatment.

How often can I Dermaplane?

It’s recommended to do the treatment every three to four weeks minimum intervals but longer waiting periods won’t cause any issues either.

For more information please contact us directly or complete an enquiry form. (See side left)


*Results may vary per individual on all treatments and products. **The testimonials given are those of the clients and pertain to the results that they obtained and that each individual's results and opinions will still vary. ***The information on this website and specific page is not meant to diagnose any condition or provide conclusive treatment options for a given condition. The final decision on such treatments can only be made after a full history is obtained in person and a physical examination is done as part of a consultation in person. The information contained in this communication is confidential and may be legally privileged.
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