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Improves the appearance of dull, lackluster skin and is particularly good for people wanting to remove the vellus hairs or “peach fuzz” that cannot be treated with lasers. The perfect pre-event treatment, for a smooth, flawless makeup application.

A sterile, single-use surgical blade is glided across the surface of the skin to remove surface skin cells and fine vellus hairs, revealing soft, smooth skin with improved texture and brightness.

Who is it For?

Those in need of a deep exfoliation, best suited to ageing, dry, uneven and congested skins. Also great for those with a lot of fine vellums hairs.

Who Is it not suited to?

Skins that are compromised such as eczema, dermatitis, acne skins.

Will it make my hair grow back thick and dark?

No, dermaplaning will not make the hair grow back thicker or darker as we are not changing the biology of the hair. The hair will grow back as normal and may feel a little rough as it is initially coming through but will soften as the hair continues to grow out.

What is the difference between Microdermabrasion and Dermaplaning?

microdermabrasion uses a lightly abrasive diamond tip to glide across the skins surface while vacuum suction works to decongest the skin. Dermaplaning uses a surgical blade to remove surface dead skin cell build up and fine hair. 

How often?

Can be performed every 4-6 weeks or 2-4 days prior to special occasions

Can Dermaplaning be combine with other treatments?

Dermaplaning is great when combined with light peels and LED therapy.

What treatments are available at ATB?

ATB offers 2 Dermaplaning services:

  • Express - This is a basic 30 minute treatment, including a deep cleanse, enzymatic treatment, dermapane, and moisturising cream. This treatment is great for those that are time poor.

  • Luxe Dermaplane - This is a more indulgent version of dermaplaning with a double cleanse, enzymatic treatment, dermaplane, guasha contouring face massage, hydrating sheet mask, neck and decollate massage, ending with a moisturising cream.

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