Medical Grade Facials
Collagen Induction Therapy
(Micro Needling) Treats scarring, large pores,
pigmentation, acne, and wrinkles
with medical grade serums
Dermaplaning is a form of exfoliation in which the aesthetician uses a sharp surgical blade to manually slough and scrape off any build-up of dead skin cells on the face. In addition to getting rid of dead cells, the treatment softens the appearance of fine lines and scarring. This procedure also removes any “peach fuzz,” also known as vellus hair, which can trap dirt and oil, causing breakouts and a dull complexion (and hair will not grow back darker or thicker). After dermaplaning, you will see the results immediately; your skin will be left smooth, soft, and radiant. Dermplaning is as easy as shaving, and is just as painless with no recovery time. Unlike microdermabrasion, this treatment is suitable for every skin type, including clients with sensitivities or redness.
Diamond microderm, the most common, gently removes the top layers of dead, dull skin cells using a crushed diamond-encrusted vacuum suction wand.
Microdermabrasion is not for everyone. If you suffer from skin conditions that cause redness, such as rosacea or very redness prone, sensitive skin, microderm may be too harsh for your skin type and may worsen existing redness/irritation/sensitivity. In this case, dermaplaning would be a better option. At least 5 sessions are recommended to see optimal results.
Light chemical peels exfoliate the superficial layers of your skin to help remove dead and damaged surface skin cells, refine the texture and color of your skin, and help improve acne. There are many different names for these peels but most contain hydroxy acids, either alpha hydroxy, beta hydroxy or combinations of both. Many of these peels contain glycolic acid (alpha) or salicylic acid (beta).
Like microdermabrasion, they are usually gentle enough that you can go right back to your daily activities.
These type of peels can be added on to microdermabrasion treatments or dermaplaning facials and are safe enough to have done every 4-6 weeks depending on your skin type and issues you wish to treat.