Dermaplaning Training Courses

What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a non-invasive skin resurfacing technique that uses manual exfoliation, in the form of a scalpel, to remove the top layer of dead skin. The treatment works by scraping off dead skin cells to reveal the smoother and brighter cells underneath. Dermaplaning also gets rid of the small hairs on your face that most people call “peach fuzz.” You’ll feel so soft and smooth afterward!

Objectives

1.) To understand the theory behind manual exfoliation using a scalpel with surgical blades and how it improves the condition of the epidermis and dermis.

2.) To be able to effectively utilise dermaplaning treatments for optimum exfoliation of the Stratum Corneum of the Epidermis, allowing for a smoother and radiant appearance of the skin, minor wrinkle reduction as well as allowing for better penetration of actives that stimulate a healthy, plumped and rehydrated, moisturised skin.

 6 CPD points will be awarded

Dermaplaning Treatments stimulate the skin’s natural cell turnover, due to improved barrier function in a unique way to achieve excellent penetration of actives into the epidermal layer and enhance basal layer activity.
In Summary, Dermaplaning treatment is a unique professional treatment that effectively exfoliates dead skin cells of the stratum corneum, stimulating the skins’ own regeneration responses and stimulating collagen to plumb up the skin and improve texture. It also has minor improvements for fine lines and wrinkles as well as acne scaring.