Dermaplaning is an exfoliation method...
That uses a surgical scalpel blade to gently scrape the surface layer of dead skin cells which prevent the skin looking healthy. Dermaplaning or Blading as it sometimes known, provides a milder effect to Chemical Peels or Microdermabrasion and is an excellent choice for anyone who has fine facial hair. This Dermaplaning procedure is carried out by an experienced Therapist who uses a blade to gently exfoliate the outer layer of dead skin cells and remove the fine facial hair commonly known as Vellus Hair.
This procedure can be customized and carried out on parts of the face as well as the entire face. The procedure usually takes around 45 – 60 minutes and includes a bespoke Treatment mask and Dermalux Light Therapy to compliment and further advance your results, leaving skin looking remarkably restored, fresh and full of vitality.
After Treatment the Therapist will apply a sun screen product to the skin to ensure exposure of new skin cells are protected.
AM I SUITABLE FOR THIS TREATMENT?
Everyone who enjoys the benefits of smooth exfoliated skin and removal of peachy vellus facial hair. This Treatment also allows the skin to receive all application of your skincare products more effectively, and in the case of woman makeup glides on much more smoothly.
DOES IT HURT?
There is no discomfort with this Treatment.
CAN I APPLY MAKEUP IMMEDIATELY?
The Treatment is conducted along with a bespoke Treatment mask an for this reason your skin will best benefit from no makeup for the remainder of that day.
Please get in touch to book Dermaplaning at the BEAUTY BY SONIA beauty salon in Bolton.
HOW OFTEN CAN I HAVE THIS TREATMENT?
We usually recommend this Treatment every 3-4 weeks.
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