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Why beauty professionals are choosing DermaplanePro 10D Blades

  • Elevating Professional Dermaplaning Services with the 10D Blade

    As a beauty professional, offering exceptional skincare treatments is key to providing an outstanding experience for your clients. When it comes to...
  • How You Hold the Handle Matters!

    Written by Morgan Picoy Hold Me! How you hold the handle makes all the difference in dermaplaning safety and treatment results. Are you holding i...
  • Go With the Grow or No?

    Dermaplaning and waxing are the only procedures that are performed with the tool (or wax stick) held parallel to the skin.  Dermaplaning should be done in the direction of hair growth. Yes or no?
  • Prevent Post-Procedure Breakouts

    How do I prevent Post Procedure Breakouts, Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH), and/or Rough Chapped Skin following Dermaplaning?


  • Tips on Essential Client Relaxation

    Let the client determine the amount of conversation during the service. She may want to talk a lot or be quiet. Take your cues from her. Either way, be sure to check in with her on comfort and educate her briefly on what you’re doing – especially new clients or if you’re introducing something new.
  • How Fast Should I Move the Blade while Dermaplaning?

    We have limited time for our services but no one likes to feel rushed. There are many ways to use time more efficiently to maximize your client’s experience but dermaplaning at lightening speed shouldn’t be one of them.
  • Tips on Technique – Part 4

    Pressure can make or break your client’s dermaplaning experience. We want our clients to be able to relax during their service, so it’s up to us to minimize discomfort. These Tips on Technique are designed to help you do this.
  • Not All Blades Were Created Equal

    What is the best blade for Dermaplaning?  As dermaplaning is becoming one of the most popular exfoliation services worldwide, so is the proliferat...
  • Train Your Estheticians In Dermaplaning: Learn More About Corporate Training Opportunities for Beauty Schools & Spa Owners

    DermaplanePro Canada is proud to offer Canadian spas and beauty schools quality dermaplaning training to upgrade the skills of their staff or stu...
  • Tips on Technique – Part 3

    “How Many Passes Do You Make?” When you’re dermaplaning your clients, how many times do you pass the blade over the same space? If you want to exfoliate the top layers of the stratum corneum you’ll need 6-8 passes. Six for thinner, more sensitive skin; seven – eight for normal skin; and nine – ten for thick, resilient skin and helping minimize buildup of scar tissue from acne lesions.
  • Tips on Technique – Part 2

    Tension can be a good thing. Especially when bracing the skin for dermaplaning. How do you know if you have enough tension on the skin?
  • Tips on Technique – Part 1

    Forty-five degrees is the safest angle. It’s tempting to lay the blade flatter -more parallel- to the skin out of concern for nicking the client. The lower blade angle can catch the skin – especially when there is a lack of tension – and result in a nick.