Dermaplane Facial

Take your facial to the next level with a dermaplane facial! Not only will you achieve glowing skin, but it will remove any peach fuzz that traps oils and dirt in the skin. This facial will leave your skin glowing, feeling soft and supple.

A safe shaving technique using a small flat blade, is designed to exfoliate skin cells and remove vellus hair allowing customized ingredients to penetrate the skin deeper while promoting a smoother canvas.

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Benefits of Dermaplaning:

  • Removes dead skin cells
  • Removes peach fuzz
  • Provides for smoother makeup application
  • Glowing, more radiant skin
  • No downtime
  • Pain free

Our dermaplane facial is approximately 45 minutes and can be done at any time. We will do a skin assessment and create and customized facial suited for your individual skin needs. You will get to enjoy a luxurious experience along with the components of a medical grade treatment suited for effective results.

With our dermalplaning, there is no downtime!  It is great for an upcoming event, continued maintenance, and can even be added to a chemical peel treatment. This facial is recommended every 4-6 weeks for maintenance.

How Does Dermaplaning Work?

Dermaplaning is a non-invasive skincare treatment that involves using a sterile surgical scalpel to gently exfoliate the outer layer of dead skin cells and remove vellus hair (commonly known as peach fuzz) from the face. The process is performed by a trained skincare professional and is painless, with no downtime. By eliminating the buildup of dead skin cells and fine facial hair, dermaplaning reveals smoother, brighter skin underneath. This exfoliation also enhances the penetration of skincare products, allowing them to be more effective. Dermaplaning is suitable for most skin types and can address various concerns, including dullness, rough texture, and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Combining dermaplaning with a chemical peel in the same treatment session offers enhanced benefits for skin rejuvenation. After dermaplaning gently removes the outer layer of dead skin cells and vellus hair, a chemical peel solution is applied to the skin. This chemical exfoliation further stimulates cell turnover and addresses specific skin concerns such as acne, hyperpigmentation, or fine lines. The combination of dermaplaning and a chemical peel results in smoother, brighter, and more radiant skin, with improved texture and tone. This comprehensive approach to exfoliation and renewal delivers optimal results, revealing a refreshed and revitalized complexion.

Dermaplane & Chemical Peel Skin Treatment Benefits

Dermaplane Facial FAQ's

A Dermaplane facial is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that provides numerous benefits to the skin. Apart from removing dead skin cells and vellus hair, this facial has other advantages that make it popular among women of different age groups.

One of the significant benefits of getting a Dermaplane facial is smoother skin. After just one treatment, clients report how their skin texture improves significantly. Unlike other treatments that only exfoliate the surface of the skin, Dermaplane scrubs away the top layer and uncovers fresh, youthful-looking skin.

In addition to having softer and smoother skin, a Dermaplane facial can improve product absorption on your face. When dead skin cells sit on the surface of your skin, skincare products have difficulty penetrating and offering their full benefit to your new layers of healthy skin. By removing dead skin cells and peach fuzz, your pores are open, and products can penetrate your skin more efficiently.

Some people argue that Dermaplaning promotes hair growth creating thick hair or darkening fine light hair. However, these concerns are unfounded and merely myths about the treatment. Hair grows back precisely how it was before the treatment, neither thicker nor darker.

Think about getting laser hair removal or waxing; same as dermaplaning they do not alter hair growth or density but merely remove it temporarily until it grows back naturally.

Now you began to realize some common advantages of getting a Dermaplane facial. However, a more targeted aspect of this facial treatment is its efficacy in improving skin texture and radiance. 

While dermaplaning offers numerous benefits, it's essential to consider potential downsides:

  1. Risk of Irritation: Some individuals may experience redness, irritation, or sensitivity following dermaplaning, particularly if they have sensitive skin or certain skin conditions.

  2. Potential for Breakouts: If not performed correctly or in a hygienic environment, dermaplaning can potentially lead to breakouts or skin infections, especially if bacteria are introduced to the freshly exfoliated skin.

  3. Temporary Hair Regrowth: Since dermaplaning removes the vellus hair (peach fuzz) on the face, there's a chance of temporary hair regrowth. However, contrary to common belief, the hair won't grow back thicker or darker.

  4. Sun Sensitivity: Exfoliated skin is more susceptible to sun damage. Therefore, after dermaplaning, it's crucial to apply sunscreen diligently and limit sun exposure to prevent hyperpigmentation or sunburn.

  5. Not Suitable for Certain Skin Conditions: Individuals with active acne, eczema, rosacea, or other inflammatory skin conditions may find dermaplaning too harsh or exacerbating. It's essential to consult with a dermatologist or skincare professional before undergoing the treatment.

Overall, while dermaplaning can deliver impressive results for many, it's essential to weigh these potential downsides and ensure the procedure is appropriate for your skin type and condition.


The frequency of dermaplaning depends on various factors, including your skin type, concerns, and how your skin responds to the treatment. Here are some general guidelines:

  1. Every 3 to 4 Weeks: Many individuals find that dermaplaning every 3 to 4 weeks is suitable for maintaining smooth, radiant skin. This interval allows time for the skin to fully regenerate and for vellus hair to grow back.

  2. Avoid Over-Exfoliation: Dermaplaning is a form of physical exfoliation, so it's essential not to overdo it. Excessive exfoliation can lead to irritation, sensitivity, and compromise the skin's barrier function. If you notice any signs of over-exfoliation, such as redness or increased sensitivity, give your skin a break before the next session.

  3. Adjust Based on Skin Response: Pay attention to how your skin reacts after each dermaplaning session. If you experience any irritation or sensitivity, consider spacing out your treatments or opting for a gentler approach.

  4. Consult a Professional: It's always a good idea to consult with a skincare professional or dermatologist to determine the optimal frequency of dermaplaning for your skin. They can assess your skin's needs and provide personalized recommendations.

  5. Consider Other Treatments: Incorporating other skincare treatments or procedures alongside dermaplaning can influence the frequency of your sessions. For example, if you're combining dermaplaning with chemical peels or microneedling, you may need to adjust the timing of your treatments accordingly.

Ultimately, listen to your skin and adjust the frequency of dermaplaning based on its needs and your skincare goals.


Combining dermaplaning with chemical peels in the same treatment session is possible and can offer enhanced benefits for skin rejuvenation. This combination is often referred to as a "dermaplaning peel" or "dermaplaning with chemical peel." Here's how the process typically works:

  1. Dermaplaning: The treatment starts with dermaplaning, during which a sterile surgical scalpel is used to gently exfoliate the outermost layer of dead skin cells and remove vellus hair (peach fuzz) from the face. This step creates a smooth canvas and enhances the penetration of subsequent skincare products or treatments.

  2. Chemical Peel: Following dermaplaning, a chemical peel solution is applied to the skin. Chemical peels contain various exfoliating agents, such as alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), or trichloroacetic acid (TCA), which work to further exfoliate the skin, stimulate cell turnover, and address specific skin concerns such as acne, hyperpigmentation, or fine lines.


It's essential to consult with one of our qualified skincare professionals before undergoing a combined dermaplaning and chemical peel treatment. They can assess your skin's needs, determine the most appropriate combination of treatments, and ensure safety and efficacy. Additionally, proper post-treatment care, including sunscreen use and skincare regimen adjustments, may be recommended to optimize results and minimize potential side effects.


Call our office at 801.960.3137 or visit our online store to purchase any of our skin treatments including a dermaplane facial.

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