Dermaplane $65.00

Dermaplaning is a non-invasive skin care procedure that thoroughly exfoliates the topmost layers of skin and provides a smooth, even complexion. This procedure is intended to treat deep scars, but gentler versions can be used as hair removal or exfoliating treatments.

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Dermaplane
Dermaplaning
  • Manual exfoliation technique
  • Removes surface debris with custom dermaplaning blade
Benefits of Dermaplaning
  • Increases absorption of topical products
  • Immediately diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Primes skin for chemical peel
  • Creates healthier, more radiant appearance

Dermaplaning is an appropriate option for anyone who wants to experience improved skin texture and tone as well as for those who want to remove acne scars without the irritation and expense of laser resurfacing. Although no medispa treatment can remove all flaws, dermaplaning offers great results.

It can take a few minutes to an hour or more to finish a Skin By Leah on the client’s needs. In some cases, a client may undergo treatment in stages.

It’s recommended that clients have the procedure done roughly every four weeks, which coincides with the skin’s natural 30-day rejuvenation cycle. Results are often long lasting.

Dermaplaning is safe when an experienced, certified Aesthetician does it. The most common side effect is altered skin pigmentation, but permanent darkening may occur in patients who undergo prolonged sun exposure in the time immediately after the procedure. Although rare, scarring and infection do occur. Those who develop keloid scars are typically treated via steroid injections or topical applications.

After a dermaplaning procedure at Skin By Leah a patient’s skin may be swollen and red. Aches and tingling are manageable with prescription pain medications, however. Results typically emerge over the subsequent 90 days and, because the rejuvenated skin is sensitive, the patient should minimize his or her sun exposure during the post-surgical period. Always wear sunscreen 30 or higher.