Dermaplaning is a method of manual skin exfoliation using a scalpel.  whilst that might sound scary it is actually incredible safe.  The treatment gently  scrapes off the top layer of dulling dead skin cells whilst also removing the 'vellus' (soft, white) hair often referred to as "Peach Fuzz".  Most clients worry they will grow back as 'bristles' however,  this is not the case as the vellus hair is not the same as 'terminal' hair which is darker and courser - more associated with the male beard. 

Why Dermaplane..?

Dermaplaning removes the soft, white hair or "peach Fuzz' as well as dead skin cells.  this leaves your skin dewy, super soft and wonderfully smooth.  Dermaplaning is a favourite in the entertainment industry, specifically among models and actresses. Why? because it eliminates that annoying peach fuzz that cakes up makeup which can be enhanced by bright production lighting and high-definition cameras. Dermaplaning also allows for greater penetration of skincare products and creates a flawless canvas for makeup to glide on smoothly. In fact, cosmetic dermatologists often use dermaplaning to help prepare skin for other procedures such as laser treatments and chemical peels.

other benefits include removal of 2-3 weeks of dead skin cells

which smooths skin to reveal a brighter, dewy complexion.

Skincare products can penetrate deeper and be more effective. There is a minor risk of nicks or abrasions from the treatment although these are quite rare.

Who is right for...?

Pretty much anyone can have a dermaplaning treatment with a few exceptions.  

• extensive active acne

• Active infection of any type, such as herpes simplex or flat warts. 

• Chemical peel in last 2 weeks

• Active chemotherapy or radiation treatment

• Family history of hypertrophic scarring or keloid formation 

• Haemophilia 

• Hormonal therapy that produces thick pigmentation 

• Blood thinning medications (Aspirin, Clopidogrel, Apixaban, Warfarin)

• Recent use of topical agents such as glycolic acids, alpha-hydroxy acids and Retin-A 

• Active Rosacea 

• Scleroderma 

• Skin Cancer 

• Sunburn 

• Telangiectasia/erythema thats made be worsened by exfoliation 

• Thick, dark facial hair caused by conditions such as Polycystic Ovary       


• Uncontrolled diabetes 

• Use of Roaccutane within the last 6 months

• Vascular lesions 

Dermaplaning Vs. Microdermabrasion

Both are forms of physical exfoliation however, the methods are very different. Whilst microdermabrasion 'sands' the skin to remove dead skin cells which helps to unblock pores.  Dermaplaning safely 'scrapes' off the dead skin cells taking with it the soft, white vellus hair which helps unblock pores and reduce breakouts.



Express Dermaplane (30 minutes)                                                                                          £35

Deluxe Dermaplane (45 minutes) includes epionce or clinicare face mask                     £45

Bio-revita glow (Dermaplane + Fillmed Light Peel, B3 recover cream)                              £65

Boost & Glow (Dermaplane & NCTF via Nanosoft Needle, B3 recovery cream)              £95

Bio-revita glow Pro (Dermaplane, Fillmed Light Peel + NCTF via Nanosoft Needle)     £110


- Mrs J Jones

Absolutely blown away with the results.  Glowing, peachy complexion.  

Thank you so much Amanda.