A Little Background

Dermaplaning is an easy yet super effective way to remove fine hair and dead skin cells from your face to make your skin smooth and refreshed in no time. Not just that, the process also increases the absorption power of your skin, improving the rate at which skincare products get soaked into your skin. If you’re reading this, then it’s obvious that you’re considering the procedure but need better clarity on all the aspects of dermaplaning. 

You’ve come to the right place. So, without any ado, here’s everything you need to know about DERMAPLANING! 

Dermaplaning in a nutshell

  • It removes the top layer of the skin and not from the roots

  • It reduces the appearance of wrinkles, and makes your skin look smoother 

  • It reduces acne scarring

  • It's a pretty safe and convenient procedure

  • It has little to no side effects

  • For most people the results last for three weeks

What is Dermaplaning

To put it in simple terms, dermaplaning is super exfoliation for your skin with removal of hair at the centre of it. The procedure gently removes the peach fuzz and dead skin cells from the top layer of your face with the help of a small, sharp blade.  

What is Dermaplaning

So many benefits with one simple, painless, and quick procedure is what makes it extremely popular. As soon as you’re done with the procedure, it can make your skin feel super smooth and radiant. Besides Hair Removal, the biggest upside of this procedure is that it helps with better absorption of products in the skin. 

One thing you need to remember is that dermaplaning is something that you’d need to keep doing over and over again to maintain that smooth skin look all the time.

Is it for you? Check here

It is for everyone who wants to achieve that smooth, baby-like skin. There are a few instances when dermaplaning becomes a necessity. If any of them concern you to a certain degree, dermaplaning is your next stop:

  • Scars from acne

  • Scaly skin patches

  • Fine, light, and soft hair on your face (peach fuzz)

  • Damaged skin from sun

  • Wrinkles and fine lines

Is It Expensive? 

The average cost in India for dermaplaning varies between ₹1000-₹4000 per session. Factors like your location and the place you’re opting for affect the costs of dermaplaning.

Additionally, for better results, some clines will advise you to get an add-on for chemical peel so that your skin can absorb the benefits of it. This chemical peel will be charged as well.

Apart from being quick, convenient, and pain-free, there’s no downtime after the procedure as well.

But, How does it work?

The procedure is similar to shaving. The tool looks like a straight razor but Bombae’s GlamUp Beauty Razor also do the trick well.

It works by slowly gliding down that sharp blade across your skin. This removes the dead skin cells, acne scar tissues, and other debris on the top layer of your skin that makes your skin look uneven.

Additionally, for some, this procedure isn’t painless, but there might be a slight tingling sensation during the procedure.

This procedure take anywhere between 7-10 minutes, as it takes attention and precision to perform this.

Here is how Dermaplaning Works


Post the treatment, your provider will soothe your skin, followed by sunscreen to add a layer of protection to your skin.

How Does It Feel Like

Immediately after the procedure, you will notice that your complexion looks brighter than before. People with sensitive skin might feel redness on their skin, but it takes a few days to see the full results. With time, you will notice your skin getting clearer. Infact dermaplaning with Face Razor boosts collagen production. 

The results are not permanent. As a precautionary measure, stay away from the sun. Damage from the sun can create pigment on your skin after the procedure. 

Risks and Side Effects

This is a low-risk procedure, and it rarely has a negative aftermath. Listing some of the possible side effects of dermaplaning below; 

  • Slight redness

  • Development of whiteheads

  • Infection and scarring. Rare, but it can happen

  • Skin pigmentation

Can You Do It Yourself At Home?

You can easily do it yourself at home. Here’s how you do it yourself:

Step 1: Cleanse your skin before starting

Step 2: Apply a dermaplaning oil on your skin. This makes it easy to glide the blade on your face easily.

Step 3: Hold the blade at a 45-degree angle for best results.

Step 4: Pull your skin, and glide your sanitised blades in a downward motion.

how to do dermaplaning at home


Step 5: You'll notice small puffs of hair accumulating as you shave. Clean it as you follow along the process.

Step 6: Clean your face and hydrate it with your regular moisturiser 

NOTE: Avoid areas like the hairline, eyelids, the nose.


Dermaplaning is a low-risk procedure as it promises smoother skin while being completely painless. If you look closely, it merges the concept of shaving and exfoliating, bringing in the best of both worlds. It is so effective that you will see the results after the first session. The best part is that you get all this without any downtime after the procedure or using any harsh chemicals on your face. 

Frequently Asked Question

Q. Is dermaplaning good for Indian skin?

A. Dermaplaning is suitable for all skin types, except those with acne. If you have acne-prone skin, it's best to wait till the breakouts subside and then go for dermaplaning.

Q. Dermaplaning increases the chance of breakouts.

A. Dermaplaning does not increase your chances of breakout. In fact, dermaplaning for some people helps prevent breakouts as it clears your pores and dead skin cells from building up.

Q. How often should I do it?

A. Do it once a month at home around once a month. It's super important to give your skin breathing space to keep your skin in good health.

Q. What are the sections covered in this procedure?

  • Forehead

  • Temples

  • Cheeks

  • Jawline

  • Eyebrow Area

  • Sideburns

  • Upper Lips

  • Chin