Exclusive Dermaplaning


Exfoliate + Renew Skin Texture

Our treatment for Dermaplaning can help reduce the appearance of acne scars or other skin imperfections by revealing newer, undamaged skin. It can make your skin look younger; though, it doesn’t stop the aging process.


How Dermaplanning works

At Fabbar MD our Skin Dermaplaning is used to treat deep acne scars with a hand-held instrument called a dermatome. The dermatome looks has an oscillating blade that moves back and forth to lightly + evenly "skim" off the surface layers of skin that surround the craters, or other facial defects.



Why we love it 

 ✓ Minimally invasive procedure
 ✓ Little to no downtime
 ✓ Improve appearance
 ✓ Minimize the appearance the appearance acne scars
 ✓ Fine lines + wrinkles
 ✓ Renew dull looking skin
 ✓ Reveal smoother + firmer + healthier skin




Is Dermaplanning painful? 

Dermaplaning is painless. In fact, many patients find this treatment to have a soothing effect as the skin is rhythmically swept in short, gentle strokes. It is also important to note that Dermaplanning is not the same as "shaving" the skin. It is a deep exfoliation treatment performed by a skilled, licensed professional at Fabbar MD. The surgical-grade blade removes up to two weeks of dead skin cell buildup along with removing "peach fuzz". While shaving can remove peach fuzz, it will not achieve the same level of exfoliation that is experienced with dermaplaning.



Who gets Dermaplanning? 

 You may be a candidate for this minimally invasive treatment if you have skin concerns such as:
  • Acne scars
  • Actinic keratosis (scaly skin patches that can lead to skin cancer)
  • Dull or dry skin
  • Light or soft hair on your face aka "peach fuzz"
  • Skin damaged by sun exposure
  • Fine lines + wrinkles


Who should not have Dermaplanning

Some people with preexisting skin concerns shouldn’t have dermaplaning.
Before getting this procedure, consider not booking if you have:
  • An active case of acne or open sores
  • Cold sores or other facial outbreaks
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Skin burns of any sort
  • Skin rashes