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Epidermal Leveling

Epidermal Leveling, also known as Epi-blading or Dermaplaning, is a popular physical exfoliation that removes surface dead skin cells and vellus hair from the face.

This form of exfoliation smooths the skin and allows for the active ingredients in skincare products and treatments to penetrate deeper into the skin furthering their anti-ageing benefits.

This is the perfect treatment before an important social event, as it provides instant result with no downtime.
It also suitable for all skin tones and a pregnancy-friendly treatment.

It works best in conjunction with other treatments such as enzymes, chemical peels, microneedling, nanoneedling, LED, IPL, Laser and many more.

Standard

Epidermal Leveling

$79
1 visit
Standard

Epidermal Leveling

$235
3 Visits
Standard

Epidermal Leveling

$375
5 Visits
Deluxe

Epidermal Leveling

With Ultrasonic Customise Infusion
$89
1 Visit
Deluxe

Epidermal Leveling

With Ultrasonic Customise Infusion
$265
3 Visits
Deluxe

Epidermal Leveling

With Ultrasonic Customise Infusion
$425
5 Visits
Ultimate

Epidermal Leveling

With Ultrasonic Customise Infusion & LED therapy
$129
1 Visit
Ultimate

Epidermal Leveling

With Ultrasonic Customise Infusion & LED therapy
$385
3 Visits
Ultimate

Epidermal Leveling

With Ultrasonic Customise Infusion & LED therapy
$625
5 Visits

How does dermaplaning differ from other exfoliation methods?

Dermaplaning is a manual exfoliation technique that uses a surgical scalpel to gently scrape away dead skin cells and vellus hair (commonly known as peach fuzz) from the skin’s surface. Unlike chemical peels or microdermabrasion, which use chemicals or abrasive particles, dermaplaning provides immediate results without the use of harsh ingredients or downtime.

Will dermaplaning make my facial hair grow more and thicker?

No, dermaplaning will not cause facial hair to grow back thicker or darker. Dermaplaning only removes the vellus hair (peach fuzz) from the surface of the skin, which is fine and light in color. It does not affect the hair follicles or the rate of hair growth. Dermaplaning can often make the skin appear smoother and more radiant by removing dead skin cells and promoting better product penetration. It’s a safe and effective exfoliation method for achieving a brighter complexion without the risk of unwanted hair growth.

Is dermaplaning suitable for all skin types?

Dermaplaning is generally safe for all skin types, including sensitive skin. However, individuals with active acne or inflammatory skin conditions may not be suitable candidates for dermaplaning, as it can exacerbate these conditions. It’s essential to consult with a qualified skincare professional to determine if dermaplaning is right for you.

Does dermaplaning hurt?

Dermaplaning is a relatively painless procedure and is often described as feeling similar to shaving. Most individuals find the sensation comfortable, with little to no discomfort experienced during the treatment. However, everyone’s pain tolerance is different, so some may experience slight sensitivity. Overall, dermaplaning is well-tolerated and typically results in minimal discomfort for the majority of patients.

How often should I get dermaplaning done?

The frequency of dermaplaning treatments depends on individual skin concerns and goals. For most people, dermaplaning can be performed every 4 to 6 weeks to maintain optimal results. However, your skincare professional will assess your skin condition and provide personalized recommendations based on your specific needs. Over-treating the skin with dermaplaning may lead to irritation or compromise the skin’s natural barrier, so it’s essential to follow the guidance of your skincare specialist.

What is the pre and post care for epidermal leveling?

Pre-care:
1. Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds for at least one week before your dermaplaning appointment to minimize the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
2. Discontinue the use of any retinoids, exfoliating scrubs, or harsh chemical peels for several days leading up to your treatment to prevent excessive skin sensitivity.
3. Inform your skincare specialist about any medications you are taking, as some medications may affect the skin’s response to dermaplaning.
4. Hydrate your skin by drinking plenty of water in the days leading up to your appointment to ensure optimal skin health and healing.

Post-care:
1. Protect your skin from direct sunlight by wearing sunscreen with a high SPF and avoiding prolonged sun exposure for at least one week post-treatment.
2. Avoid touching, picking, or scratching the treated area to prevent infection and promote proper healing.
3. Apply a gentle, non-irritating moisturizer to keep the skin hydrated and aid in the healing process.
4. Avoid using harsh or abrasive skincare products for at least one week post-treatment to prevent irritation.
5. Refrain from rigorous exercise, swimming, saunas, and hot showers for the first 24-48 hours post-treatment to minimize inflammation and irritation.
6. Use only gentle cleansers and skincare products recommended by your specialist to avoid aggravating the skin.
7. Avoid applying makeup or other cosmetic products to the treated area for at least 24 hours post-treatment to allow the skin to recover fully.

By following these pre and post-care guidelines, you can maximize the benefits of your dermaplaning treatment and achieve smooth, glowing skin.

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