What is the usual price range for a dermaplaning treatment?
How Much Does Dermaplaning Cost?
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Cost of Dermaplaning
For the most dermaplaning is one of the mainstays of the Biomedic (now La Roche Posay) skin care regimen. The vast majority of these procedures are performed by aestheticians and therefore not as costly as physician administered treatments.
These sessions generally run from $75-150 per session with discounts offered when a packaged set of treatments are scheduled.
Dermaplaning and cost
Dermaplaning -Great Exfoliation with a Great Price
Dermaplaning anti aging treatment, performed in our office by an Esthetician is great exfoliation with a great price of $75 per treatment.
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The cost of dermaplaning
Dermaplaning is an effective technique where the outer layers of skin removed with the use of a sharp blade. This is a very aggressive exfoliation that should be done only by a physician or by a physician extender with direct physician supervision. The cost of this procedure depends on the number of areas that are treated and the setting where this is performed. Dermaplaning is commonly performed in a physician's office.
Dermaplaning is reasonably affordable
Dermaplaning typically ranges from $125 to $150 per treatment, depending on the size of the area and the geographic are you live in. Currently in our practice we charge $130.
Best to you,
Dermaplaning is usually in the same price range as microdermabrasion.
Dermaplaning is a great anti-aging treatment for the face for only $50! Dermaplaning helps to refine the skin through a method of controlled surgical scraping. The treatment gives the skin a smoother appearance by removing the top layer of skin. Best of all, no downtime or pain is involved! This works well in combination with using other aesthetic lasers, particularly Laser Genesis. A popular package of Laser Genesis and Dermaplaning on the same day gives you beautiful results to have your skin sparkling for the holidays for only $160 total!
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