What is Epiblade Dermal Leveling?

Epiblade dermal leveling is a special kind of exfoliation that removes both dead skin layers and those fine vellus hairs that don’t respond to laser hair removal treatments.

How Does Epiblade Dermal Leveling Work?

The ‘Epi-blade’ works by sanding the top layer of the skin, removing dead skin cells and stimulating new cell growth. Fine facial hair is also removed in the process, leaving a youthful and vibrant complexion.

What are the Benefits?

  • Increased absorption of active products
  • Increases the firmness and elasticity of the skin
  • Minimises fine lines and wrinkles
  • Corrects sun damage
  • Corrects some forms of acne and rosacea

How Many Sessions are Required for Optimum Results?

Epidermal Leveling should be conducted on a monthly basis to maintain results. It is an ideal procedure prior to a special event for an instant refined and youthful appearance.

Who are the Ideal Candidates for this Treatment?

Epidermal Leveling is suitable for men and women of all skin types and tones. Because no chemicals are used, it is safe for pregnant women or nursing mothers.

Is this Treatment Painful and what is the Recovery Time?

No, Epidermal Leveling is not painful or uncomfortable. The Epi-blade glides over the skin, in a low-pressure sweeping motion similar to shaving. Typically, there is no down-time required following the procedure, you may return to normal activities immediately. Some individuals may experience slight redness which quickly subsides.

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