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Dermaplaning is a simple and safe procedure for exfoliating the epidermis. It has been used for many years and has recently become a popular celebrity must-have treatment. Using a scalpel and a delicate touch, your trained Therapist abrades the surface of the skin, using light feathering stokes. This unique treatment immediately rejuvenates the skin by removing dead skin from the epidermis, as well as vellus hair (peach fuzz). Benefits include reducing the appearance of acne scarring, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles. It also provides a smooth canvas for applying make up at home.


Dermaplane & Mask


Dermaplane, Peel & Mask



Can I have this while pregnant and breast feeding?
We offer 2 versions of this treatment; 'Dermaplaning & Mask' is perfectly safe to do for pregnant and breast feeding clients (If you are after a deep exfoliation, this will be the right treatment for you). However we do have a more intense version of this facial (Dermaplaning, Peel & Mask) and it is strongly advised to not perform this treatment on clients who are pregnant and breastfeeding.

Will my face hairs grow back thicker and darker?
No, this is not the case. As long as the hair is superficial vellus hair, it will grow back at the same rate and texture as before the treatment within 4 weeks. This has been proven with Dermaplane UK Aesthetics Clinic, and records of this are taken on a regular basis.

Is it safe?
Dermaplaning is extremely safe. All of our Therapists who carry out this treatment are professionally trained and all of our equipment are specialised sterile surgical instruments.

How often can I have this treatment?
This can be done every 3- 4 weeks. You should allow your skin to complete its normal cycle of approx. 30 days before repeating.

Is it painful?
No, The technique used with the sterilised scalpel at a 45 degree angle (superficially) causes no pain during the treatment.

*Please contact us for advice on pre and post care*