Epiblading also knows as dermaplaning or epidermal leveling can often be thought as just shaving your face, but when done correctly, it is a form of exfoliation that works to remove dead skin cells, debris & fine vellus hairs. Leaving you with visibly brighter skin and skin that your makeup will glow on.



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Epi Smooth

dermaplaning, hydration mask



Epiblading / DERMAPLANING​

  • Great for lightly exfoliating even sensitive skins
  • Great for removing fine blonde fluffy hair
  • Great to smooth skin prior to makeup application
  • Reveals brighter more radiant skin

Epiblading is a gentle method of skin exfoliation that uses a sterile surgical blade to glide over the face removing the epidermis partially as well as any white fluffy (vellus) hair. This ensures the skins integrity is maintained and nourished during and after the procedure. Reducing any inflammation and irritation that may be associated with other forms of exfoliation. You’ll leave with smooth, glowing and supple skin.​

Many people love to layer epiblading on to our other advanced facials to create targeted results. Layering of hydration masks, peels, oxygen infusions & LED is extremely beneficial for achieving optimal results. You can discuss with your skin therapist if this would be suitable for your concerns. 


Who are epiblading facials best suited to?

Most skins, but especially those that aren’t able to have microdermabrasion or are looking for removal of white fluffy (vellus) hair. Note epiblading isn’t good for removing thicker black (terminal) hair. We would recommend laser hair removal or waxing for these types of hair.

Will epiblading turn my white hairs black?

Nope, you cannot turn white fluffy (vellus) hair in thicker dark (terminal) hair by epiblading. This can only be done internally by your bodies production of a hormone called androgens.

How often should I get an epiblading facial?

We would recommend epiblading every 4-6 weeks, if you are having these treatments for white hair (vellus hair) removal. You will start to feel hair growth around week 2 depending on your hair growth cycle. We wouldn’t recommend any closer than 2-3 weeks due to the exfoliating natural of epiblading.

Will there be down time?

Nope! There is no downtime with epiblading.

Is there anyone that shouldn’t get epiblading?

We don’t ideally recommend epiblading for those with deep pitted scarring or active acne. We also recommend proceeding with caution for those with oily skins. As post treatment your skin can feel a little bit more oilier than normal as traditionally the oil sits on the hair shaft, when, when you take it away can make the skin feel more fluid.