An Instant Skin Rejuvenation Treatment
Dermablading is a walk-in-walk-out instant skin Rejuvenation treatment. The procedure is a non-invasive, pain free manual form of exfoliation. Using a small surgical scalpel blade we gently scrape away dead skin cells from the epidermis to reveal the fresh, brighter skin beneath.
Dermablading is perfect for:
- Removing the unwanted fine vellus hair around the neck & chin area (e.g. peach fuzz)
- Increased circulation and skin radiance
- Better penetration of skin care products
- Smooth & flawless makeup application.
- Sun damaged, dehydrated, lacklustre or dull skin
- Sensitive skin
- Pregnant & breastfeeding mothers (as it doesn’t use any active ingredients)
Dermablading is performed by our skilled Paramedical Skin Therapist who performs the treatment without traumatising/ breaking the skin and without causing any bleeding.
Dermablading is priced at $159 per treatment. Click here to check out our package prices which include add-on treatments for enhanced results.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I have blading before or after laser?
Depending on what laser treatment you are having, Dermablading can be beneficial both before and after laser. Blading prior to laser hair removal increases the efficiency of the treatment therefore giving you better results. Blading post laser pigmentation treatment helps lift stubborn micro crusts and promotes faster healing.
If I want to come in before an event when should I come in?Dermablading is the perfect treatment before a special event and for optimum results should be performed 2-3 days prior to the event date.
Is there any downtime?
Typically after dermablading there is little to no downtime. If any, slight pinkness to the skin immediately after the treatment is the most common side effect.
How often should I have it done?
It is recommended to have dermablading performed every 4- 6 weeks for best results but can also be performed as a once off treatment for an instant skin refresher.
*Results and longevity of treatments vary on an individual basis and can be dependant on a person’s age, genetics, skin type, skin condition, environmental factors and lifestyle habits. Just like ageing is a natural process that occurs over time, preventing, achieving and maintaining results is also a gradual process that may involve more than one treatment.