This is a simple and safe procedure for exfoliating the skin, by removing dead cells and fine vellus hair; also known as peach fuzz from the face. Vellus facial hair causes a build up of dirt and oils in the hair follicles, which leads to large blocked pores. This causes the face to look dull and feel dirty and unsmooth. Dermaplaning may be used as a stand alone treatment or combined with microneedling, BB Glow or Vampire Facials. With no downtime whatsoever, this is an ideal procedure to build in to your skin maintenance regime. You are guaranteed to leave the clinic with smooth glowing skin and makeup application will be an absolute dream.
Will the hair grow back thicker, quicker and darker?
The answer is most definitely not! Unlike terminal hairs, such as those found in male beards, vellus hair is superficial and will grow back at the same rate, the same colour and the same thickness as before it was removed.
Will this procedure hurt?
No, this procedure is pain free.
Is this treatment suitable for me?
This treatment is suitable for most individuals, including men and women. It is not suitable for individuals with active acne. Unlike many other treatments, this is a great way for pregnant and lactating women to feel pampered, when many other aesthetic treatments are out of reach during these periods.
How long will the results last?
The complete skin cycle lasts for 28 days, therefore this procedure should be repeated every 3-4 weeks; in order to maintain optimal results. Initially the skin may become slightly dry, it is essential to maintain daily use of a moisturiser recommended by the practitioner.
Cheshire Aesthetic Lounge Terms & Conditions:
A deposit will be taken for all bookings. Deposits are non-refundable if appointment is cancelled or changed within 48hours of appointment slot. All gift vouchers are redeemable within 12 months of purchase. Only one offer redeemable per treatment. No children allowed into treatment rooms and therefore a chaperone is required at all times to supervise children in the reception area.