Achieve fresher, smoother and rejuvenated skin with our relaxing Dermaplaning treatment.

Dermaplaning (also known as epidermal levelling) is a non-surgical, safe treatment designed to remove dead skin cells and fine vellus hair, otherwise known as “peach fuzz” from the face and hands.

By gently exfoliating the top layers of the skin using a specialised blade, where dirt, small hairs and debris reside, we are able to reveal new fresh skin to leave you looking smooth, rejuvenated and glowing!

The Benefits of Dermaplaning

  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Leaves skin looking glowing and radiant
  • Brightens dull skin & helps even tone
  • Removes Vellus Hair (Peach Fuzz)
  • Smooths rough, textured skin
  • Creates a smoother base for applying makeup
  • Exfoliates and removes dead skin cells
  • Helps treat congestion and milia
  • Works to minimise fine lines & wrinkles

Express Derma planning $90

– Includes Cleanse, Dermaplaning & Finishing Serums.

Want Bright and refreshed  skin? This is perfect treatment for  clients who  are time poor. Includes  Double cleanse,  dermaplane , and  end with repair balm  which  consists of Vitamin B & E and other soothing and hydrating ingredients  and , SPF). Have a brighter smoother face, instantly to leave the skin soft, smooth, glowing and renewed in no time.

Ultimate Dermaplaning Facial $130

Take your dermaplaning treatment to the next level with the ultimate pamper for your skin with will leave it lookin healthy and brighter. Dead skin and peach fuss are removed,  and pores unclogged leaving it flawless. This  luxury treatment includes Double cleanse, Enzyme peel , dermaplaning,  a luxury hydrating mask,  rose querts roller massage,, repair balm  with consists of Vitamin B & E , Shea Butter, and  other hydrating ingredients.  Leaving the skin feeling  smooth, hydrated, refreshed,  and rejuvenated!

How often will I need Dermaplaning?

We recommend ongoing treatments of dermaplaning every 2-3 weeks as vellus hairs start to regrow.  For exfoliation and removing dead skin cells we suggest treatments every 4 weeks.

Will Dermaplaning cause thick stubble?

No.  Dermaplaning does not encourage the regrowth of thicker darker hair on the skin.  Hair will regrow similarly to what you had previously.

What is the difference between Dermaplaning and Microdermabrasion?

Both treatments are effective at exfoliating the skin.  Where dermaplaning uses a handheld blade to remove dead skin cells, microdermabrasion uses a small machine that provides a diamond tip exfoliation and suction at the same time.  Microdermabrasion is a more intensive exfoliating treatment and is more effective where a deeper clean is desired.  Microdermabrasion however is unable to remove vellus hair and therefore cannot achieve the same smooth hairless result that dermaplaning provides.

How to prepare by skin for  or dermaplaning

 Two weeks prior to having treatment the following things should be avoided:

Skip the retinol and the sunbathing:

If you’re currently using Retin-A,, AHA/BHA OR Glycolic discontinue use for seven days prior to the treatment.

  • Facial waxing
  • Facial hair bleaching or tinting
  • Any form of face IPL or laser treatment
  • Chemical peels
  • Skin Needling
  • Dermal fillers or anti wrinkle injections
  • Microdermabrasion

It is also very important to use sunscreen daily and minimise direct sun exposure prior to and for two weeks post having treatment.


  • Significant immunosuppression cause by disease states (HIV) or medication.
  • Scleroderma or collagen vascular diseases.
  • Roaccutane treatment within 6 12 months of use.
  • Less than 3-6 months post surgical procedures.
  • History of hypertrophic or keloid scarring especially in the treatment region.
  • Current presence of malignancy or undiagnosed lesions in the treatment area.
  • Use of anti mitotic and cancer medication within the past 12months (chemotherapy and radiation) – seek medical guidance.
  • Use of blood thinning medications – seek medical guidance.
  • Use of medications that cause hair growth seek – medical guidance.
  • Active infection at the treatment site: grade 4 acne, herpes simplex virus, bacterial and fungal infections.
  • Use of photosensitising medication.
  • Client unrealistic expectations of the treatment.

Dermaplaning is not recommended for:

  • Clients with active cold sores, warts, wounds, sunburn or healing problems,
  • Severe eczema, dermatitis, keratosis active acne lesions or inflammatory rosacea
  • Extremely sensitive skin or suffering from an impaired barrier
  • Patients with a history of allergies, rashes or other inflammatory conditions
  • If you have taken Accutane or Roaccutane within the past 6 months to a year
  • Chemotherapy, radiation therapy or skin tumors
  • Blood thinners
  • Lupus
  • Unmedicated Diabetes


    • History of skin disorders such as rosacea, dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis
    • Use of topical prescription retinoid products seek medical guidance
    • Medications such as antibiotics and anti inflammatories
    • Raised pustules and papules difficult to treat over
    • Neck, nose, jaw line, chest or hands as they are more bony protrusions at risk of knicks and abrasion
    • Poor lifestyle choices such as smoking, poor diet, (lack of protein and H2O especially), lack of sleep, fatigue, exhaustion, UV exposure and previous product usage
    • Fitzpatrick skin types IV-VI