Dermaplaning is a procedure for exfoliating away dead skin cells and removing fine vellus hair (peach fuzz).  Your skin will look and feel softer and smoother than ever before.

Elizabeth with Il Bacio at Benton Square Salon and Spa is DermaplanePro certified utilizing the most advance techniques.

How does it work?

Dermaplaning is a physical exfoliation with the use of a sterile, surgical scalpel to gently remove the top layer of dead skin  cells as well of vellus hair (peach fuzz).

How often should I be Dermaplaned?

I recommend coming in Monthly .  Dermaplaning is not a permanent solution as skin cells are always regenerating and hair growth does not slow down.

How long does the service take?

It is roughly 45-60 minutes.  You can on LED light, Microcurrent or Pro Power Peel.

Can this be done on any skin type?

Dermaplaning is ideal for rough or dry skin.  It can help reduce the appearance of superficial acne scarring or uneven skin tone.  Mature skin benefits from Dermaplaning due to slowing cellular turnover.


Dermaplaning is not recommended for those with active acne, Acne can become irritated and inflamed when the procedure is performed.


Why can't I just shave at home?

The difference between the two methods is the the level of exfoliation.  A traditional razor has a set of angle and typically can only remove hair down to a certain level.  I was trained to utilizes the scalpels to plane at precise levels to achieve the ultimate exfoliation and the hair removal.  

Should I Dermaplane instead of Waxing?

Dermaplaning will remove all the hair and dead skin cells.  Waxing relays on the hair being long enough for the wax to grab hold .  Your hair grows in different growth stages and is rarely all the same length.  Just like the comparison of shaving, Waxing will not always give as flawless of a finish ad DERMAPLANING.