A combination of both dermaplaning and chemical peeling. Dermaplaning is a form of manual exfoliation in which a sterile blade is stroked across the skin at an angle to gently “shave off” dead skin cells from the epidermis. It also temporarily removes the fine vellus hair of the face, leaving a very smooth surface.
Chemical peeling involves the application of an acid solution to the skin which gradually dissolves the intracellular glue which holds dead skin cells together, allowing them to be shed more easily and speeding up the cell renewal process.
The skin is dermaplaned to remove the outer layers of dead skin. A soft chemical peel is then applied to allow the acid peel solution to reach deeper levels of the dermis, therefore increasing efficiency without having to use stronger percentages of peeling solutions.
This combination treatment rejuvenates and hydrates the skin, resulting in an overall brighter, smoother complexion.