Epi Blading ( Dermaplaning) Training
Dermaplaning is a method of skin exfoliation, using a fine surgical scalpel we remove the outermost layers of dead skin cells revealing a smoother and brighter skin complexion.
One of the benefits of Dermaplaning is removing the fine superficial vellus hair from the face, commonly known as "peach fuzz." The treatment will immediately rejuvenate the skin giving it a more youthful glow.
Its great for prepping the skin prior to peels, enzyme treatments and to increase penetration of active ingredients in the treatment room and in home care products.
Dermaplaning as a repeated procedure, clients can hope to see improvements in skin texture and skin tone with results being noticeable from the every first treatment
Also known as epidermal levelling and microplanning, dermaplaning is a popular new treatment that involves the removal of dead skin cells and vellus hairs to reveal the healthy, glowing, youthful skin beneath, whilst stimulating the production of new skin cells.
In our dermaplaning course, you will learn the use of a specialised instrument and specialised techniques to scrape dead skin cells and fine, vellus hairs away from the skin. It’s pain-free and results are visible as soon as the procedure is complete.
- Removal of vellus hair + manual exfoliation
- Correct Technique
- Product + equipment knowledge
- Workplace health + safety
- Hygiene requirements + standards
Course includes 1 day face to face
Hands-On Training - 1Day
The practical training will cover important theory information and focus mainly on the hands-on approach of the procedure where you will have the opportunity to treat your own patient. This includes treatment consultation and planning, choosing the appropriate product tailored to your patient, taking clinical photos and much more. This is carried out in an actual medical aesthetics clinic, where health and safety standards are met according to local regulatory guidelines.
Shortly after purchasing this course, our coordinator will make contact to arrange a suitable training date and advise you of any arrangements.