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This non-invasive exfoliation technique involves using a surgical scalpel to gently scrape away dead skin cells and fine facial hair (peach fuzz), leaving your skin brighter, smoother, and more youthful.  Dermaplaning promotes the regeneration of new, healthier skin; the ultimate goal for all of our clients at Prestige Beauty Bar Toronto.

What Is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a skin treatment that uses an exfoliating blade to skim dead skin cells and hair from your face.  It is also called microplaning or blading.  This treatment aims to make your skin's surface smooth, youthful, and radiant.



Beauty Bar Details

Procedure Time:  Approximately 50 minutes

Anesthesia:  None

Recovery Time:  Most individuals have no downtime at all however some may experience mild redness immediately post treatment.

Pain Level:  None

Number of Sessions Required: Recommended to repeat treatment every 4 weeks.

Results: Immediate, you have brighter looking skin.

Side Effects:  Minor breakouts can occur, in addition to redness and irritation.

Treatment not recommended have active acne, cold sores, open skin lesions, dermatitis, are on Accutane or have used Accutane in the last 6 months.

Dermaplaning Before & After
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Before and after photo of client who received dermaplaning treatment
Before and after dermaplaning treatment
Dermaplaning before and after

Dermaplaning Questions Answered

How long does
dermaplaning last?

4 weeks.

Does dermaplaning make
my hair grow back darker?

No, Dermaplaning gets rid of belly's hairs and those do not grow back thicker or darker.

Why is dermaplaning good 
for the skin?

It gets rid of dead, dull skin and gives your skin that glow.

Can you dermaplane
with acne?

Yes, but not with active breakouts.

How often should I 

Ideally every 4 to 6 weeks.

What does dermaplaning help with?

Skin texture and appearance, finer lines, and some fat spots.


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