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Want to improve your skins tone, texture, and.. let's be real, get rid of that peach fuzz too?! Then Dermaplaning is the service for you! 

What is Epidermal Resurfacing?

Epidermal Resurfacing is a physical exfoliation procedure. It requires the use of a sterile, surgical scalpel to gently "shave" the skin's surface, removing the top-most layer of dead skin along with fine, vellus hair -peach fuzz! The procedure can be performed monthly with no downtime post-treatment. 


  • Removes dead skin cells

  • Eliminates soft facial hair that traps dirt and oils

  • Reduces the appearance of acne scars

  • Diminishes the look of fine lines

  • Helps reduce blackheads and enlarged pores

Who Shouldn’t Get Epidermal Resurfacing?

Epidermal Resurfacing is suitable for most skin types, but if you have deep cystic acne or sensitive skin, you may want to sit this treatment out. If you have acne, wait until breakouts are clear. For sensitive skin, note that 21 days’ worth of dead skin cells will be removed, so skin will be more sensitive post-treatment. 

Post Care

The number one thing to remember after Epidermal Resurfacing is that your skin will be much more sensitive to the sun and other environmental factors. While this is true of any facial, this is especially important after Epidermal Resurfacing, as a deeper level of exfoliation has occurred. Ensure you are using SPF protection on your face immediately after the procedure and reapply often to keep your skin radiant and healthy.

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