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Dermaplaning

What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a skin treatment that uses a surgical blade to exfoliate dead skin cells and remove peach hair from your face. It's also called epidermal leveling, or blading. It's also used to remove peach fuzz, the short, soft hairs on your face.

How much does Dermaplaning cost?

We charge $65 for a Dermaplaning session

What does Dermaplaning treat?

Dermaplaning removes dead skin cells from the face along with peach fuzz.

How is Dermaplaning Performed?

Using a sterile surgical blade we slough off dead skin cells in addition to removing wispy facial hair, so skin is as smooth as glass.

How much Dermaplaning will I need?

Dermaplaning can be performed every 3 to 4 weeks. Treating the skin in this manner actually removes about 2 to 4 weeks worth of dead skin cells.

Who is a good candidate for Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning can be used for any skin type and anyone with: acne scars.

How soon will I see results from Dermaplaning?

Immediately, this is one of our most popular treatments! Client’s always comment on how smooth their skin feels and how their makeup goes on so nicely.

How long will Dermaplaning results last?

Results of dermaplaning aren't permanent. Depending on how fast the clients hair grows the treatment results can last up to 4 weeks before a client will need another treatment.

Is Dermaplaning safe?

Yes, as redness subsides, you'll be able to see the results more clearly in the days afterward.
It is important that new clients know that their skin can feel a bit wind burned after this treatment. We encourage clients to wear a healing balm the night of treatment. The next day they find the wind burned feeling is gone and they are left with beautiful smooth skin.
Dermaplaning Before & After
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The Derm Bar MD | Knoxville, TN. Contact us today to learn more about how you can benefit from Dermaplaning.

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