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Microdermabrasion & Dermaplaning

Microdermabrasion and Dermaplaning are two treatments that will instantly brighten and smooth your skin. They can be done once a month as part of a normal skin care regimen or before special events to give you a movie star glow.

Microdermabrasion (Hydrafacial)Microdermabrasion & Dermaplaning in New Orleans, LA

HydraFacial removes dead skin cells and extracts impurities while simultaneously bathing the new skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturizing serums. It offers instant, noticeable results with no downtime or irritation, and can be done over your lunch hour. The smooth results and hydration may last 5 to 7 days or even longer.  We recommend one treatment per month for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, oily and congested skin.

Signature Hydrafacial 30 Minutes: Includes microdermabrasion with a personalized hydrating serum infused into the skin.

Radiance Hydrafacial 45 Minutes: Includes the Signature Hydrafacial with an added chemical peel and light therapy. This treatment can be personalized for all skin types.

Restorative Hydrafacial 60 Minutes: Includes the Radiance Hydrafacial, and your choice of lymphatic drainage or a brightening, peptide, or growth factor infusion.


Dermaplaning is a physical exfoliation that gently takes off the dry dull skin as well as the fuzzy facial hair. A popular combination is Dermaplaning with a light chemical peel or microdermabrasion. There is no down time with Dermaplaning.

Before & After Photos


Dermaplaning Before and After Pictures New Orleans, LA

We are grateful to be back in the office serving our patients. We continue offering the highest standards of cleanliness, safety and sanitation including: Prescreening phone calls prior to appointments, temperature checks and screening upon arrival, and seeing patients on a limited basis only to minimize occupancy.

The safety of our patients and staff continues to be a top priority. Please call us at 504-895-3376 to schedule an appointment today.