The Allen and Walden dermaplaning course is designed to be used by experienced skin therapists with nationally recognised qualifications in skin care to Level 3 or equivalent. This technique can be used in conjunction with your existing facial treatments and products to create a bespoke facial for your client. Dermaplaning is a skin care treatment that removes dead skin cells and vellus hair, aka peach fuzz, using a small sterile blade. Dermaplaning goes beyond a basic shave. The procedure involves the use of a 10-inch scalpel, which curves into a sharp point. The blade is used on clean, dry skin on the forehead, cheeks, chin, nose and neck. Your clients can expect to see an instant improvement in skin texture and tone, while the long-term effects are increased cell turnover, fewer wrinkles and dark spots, reduction of acne scarring, and the removal of fine facial hair Hairless skin is the cleanest. Removing the peach fuzz is beneficial since the fine hairs trap debris and oils and give skin a dull look. After dermaplaning, skin care products and treatments perform much more efficiently since they can penetrate the skin more easily. Makeup application is also far smoother so great before a special event to enhance makeup application Benefits of Dermaplaning
- Super soft and smooth skin.
- Flawless make up application post treatment.
- Increased penetration of products post treatment.
- Removal of vellus hair (peach fuzz).
- Improves the appearance of fine lines and large pores.
- No downtime post treatment.
- Leaves skin with a healthy glowing appearance.
- Instant results.
- Health and Safety
- Related Anatomy and physiology
- Products and equipment
- practical demonstration
- Working on live models
- After care and marketing
Level 3 Beauty therapy or Level 4 in Microblading techniques or Level 4 in micropigmentation or Medical equivalent
Registration & Fees*
£299 course fee- this course price includes a start-up kit. SPECIAL OFFER OF £275 WHEN BOOKED AS A PACKAGE WITH MICRONEEDLING
* All prices are correct at time of publishing, but are subject to change.
Course Start Dates
March 19, 2020: 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Although this course starts on the date(s) listed above, or if no dates are listed, other dates are available on request.