What is dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a safe, effective way to rejuvenate the overall health and appearance
of your clients skin. It is a non invasive, easy, fast and painless approach to helping
your clients skin stay refreshed and youthful.
It requires the use of a sterile, surgical scalpel to gently “shave” the skin’s surface,
removing the top-most layer of dead skin along with fine, vellus hair/peach fuzz. This
hair can trap dirt and oil causing breakouts and a dull complexion.
The process of dermaplaning is one of removing dead skin cells, minimising old skin
scars from acne or sun damage, smoothing your skin, removing fine hairs, reducing
the visibility of large pores or skin pigment variation, releasing clogged pores and
encouraging your skin to produce new skin cells and collagen for a more youthful
appearance. The results are immediate and there is very little down time.
Our training course is a one day masterclass covering a mix of theory and practical application
- Topic covers
- Skin and its layers
- Skin type and skin conditions
- Health and Safety for a safe working practice
- The treatment
- The product line
- The contraindications
- Aftercare and Advice
Cost £495 + vat and includes a starter kit to cover your 1st 20 clients
If this workshop has peaked you interest check out our available dates and book online over at our shop!
For more information regarding, prices and dates please email firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp Amanda on 07399462149
Do I have to be beauty trained to take this course?
You need to have a minimum of level 3 in beauty or are trained in SPMU.
Where are your courses held?
Haywards Heath (near Gatwick) or Manchester
Will the hair grow back thicker?
No – Vellus hair and terminus hair are completely different – you will be scraping away the vellus hair, and this will grow back as peach fuzz just as before.