Cleansing Exfoliating Smoothing
Abella Aesthetics' Dermaplaning Facial is a skincare treatment that involves the use of a surgical scalpel to exfoliate the skin's surface and remove vellus hair, commonly known as "peach fuzz." It is a non-invasive procedure performed by a trained skincare professional.
The facial will begin with pre cleaning the face moving on to dermaplaning for exfoliation and finishing with serums and LED light therapy.
The primary purpose of dermaplaning is to achieve a smoother, brighter complexion by removing the buildup of dead skin cells and hair. By eliminating these barriers, dermaplaning allows skincare products to penetrate more effectively, resulting in enhanced absorption and potentially better results from other treatments or serums.
During the 60 minute dermaplaning facial, the practitioner begins with cleansing the face. Then dermaplanes by gently scraping the outermost layer of dead skin cells and fine hair from the face, using light, feathering strokes to exfoliate. Next specific serums and a mask are applied for targeted concerns. The treatment is finished with LED light therapy.
It's important to note that dermaplaning is generally safe for most skin types, but individuals with active acne, sensitive skin, or certain skin condition should book a free consultation before booking appointment.
DERMAPLANING FACIAL | $170
1. Exfoliation | It helps to remove dead skin cells, revealing a fresher and more radiant complexion.
2. Smoother Skin Texture | Dermaplaning can improve the feel and texture of the skin, leaving it smoother and softer.
3. Enhanced Product Absorption | By eliminating the outer layer of dead skin cells, skincare products can penetrate more deeply into the skin, maximizing their effectiveness.
4. Makeup Application | The removal of vellus hair can provide a smoother canvas for makeup application, leading to a more flawless finish.
5. Temporary Hair Removal | Dermaplaning can temporarily remove vellus hair from the face, but it does not cause the hair to grow back thicker or darker.