Dermaplaning, is a form of facial exfoliation that removes the top layer of dead skin cells and hair, does not change the structure or the genetic makeup of the hair and thus the follicle itself. So, the hair will grow back exactly the same as it was before - no thicker, no darker, no coarser.

If you think that men are the only ones who should be shaving their faces, you probably haven’t heard of dermaplaning. The skin care  trend has women regularly defuzzing in the name of impossibly smooth, soft, fresh-feeling skin.   A surgical scalpel is used to gently scrape away dull dead skin cells and fuzz. The results are instantly glowing, smooth skin (plus, it makes makeup go on smoother than butter).

So yes, dermaplaning essentially means paying a licensed esthetician to shave your face with a razor-sharp scalpel. It sounds scary, but it’ s seriously popular among those who want super smooth even-toned skin without using sometimes-irritating chemical exfoliants. That makes dermaplaning a great choice for those with sensitive skin and chronic dryness who want to slough off dead skin cells without irritating their skin in the process.

Using vitamin C, hyaluronic acid mask after your treatment can be particularly effective, using blue and red light therapy.

Blue for its antibacterial benefits
Red for skin healing / rejuvenation


Dermaplaning at Maples Bridgend

Price:  30.00


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