How expensive is dermaplaning

If you are looking for a simple treatment that can refresh the appearance of your skin, dermaplaning is a great choice. Dermaplaning is a quick, easy, virtually painless procedure that requires no downtime. But what exactly is dermaplaning and how expensive is it.

What is dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a skin rejuvenation treatment that exfoliates dead skin cells and small fine hairs (peach fuzz) from the skin, using a medical-grade scalpel. These dead skin cells make the skin dull and dry, so removing them reveals youthful, brighter-looking skin.

Dermaplaning is very beneficial for the skin and is safe for all skin types. The procedure stimulates the production of new skin cells, resulting in clearer, smoother looking skin.

How expensive is dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is actually very affordable, and typically costs anywhere from $75 to $150 per treatment. However, prices will vary depending on the region in which you live. Dermaplaning is usually performed by a dermatologist or esthetician.

Dermaplaning is often combined with a facial, because it allows skincare products to penetrate deeper into the skin, resulting in improved skin rejuvenation results.

Is there any downtime

There is no downtime associated with dermaplaning, so patients are able to get back to their normal routine immediately after treatment. However, the skin is very sensitive after dermaplaning, so patients are advised to protect their skin with a broad-spectrum sunscreen.

Benefits of dermaplaning

  • It improves the tone and texture of the skin.
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Minimizes scars.
  • Reduces hyperpigmentation.
  • Helps make-up go on smoother.

Would you like to learn more about dermaplaning? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the greater Boston area, Krauss Dermatology, Wellesley, MA, is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (781) 416-3500.


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