What is it?

Dermaplaning (aka blading or microplaning) is a cosmetic skin treatment that involves using a small, sharp blade to exfoliate your skin. It helps to remove dead skin cells, debris, and peach fuzz from your face. It may help with:

How does it work?

Dermaplaning is sort of similar to shaving. But instead of simply removing hair, it also removes the very top layer of your skin. Your skin cells go through this renewal process naturally, but dermaplaning can help speed up the change.

Your technician will slowly scrape a sterile blade across your skin, holding it at a 45-degree angle. This helps remove any unwanted hair, dead skin cells, and other debris to reveal a newer layer of skin. This can give your face a more even tone, smoother texture, and a brighter glow.

Does it hurt?

Surprisingly, the dermaplaning doesn't hurt at all. It is a very relaxing facial treatment with feather-light strokes across the skin.
It is a brilliant start to a facial when combined with various other treatments.

Sheet Mask Addition

Why not add a sheet face mask to your treatment for that extra little bit of pampering. Here is some information about what each one does.


  • Immediate results
  • Increases absorption of products from approximately 8% to 80%
  • Diminishes fine lines and wrinkles
  • Removes 'peach fuzz'
  • Promotes collagen production
  • Triggers regeneration
  • Prevents breakouts
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Make up will look smoother
  • Primes skin ready for a complimentary treatment
  • A healthier and more radiant appearance
£40 per treatment or £50 per treatment (with mask)


All appointments missed without a minimum of 24-hours notice including 'No Shows' will be charged a cancellation fee of 100% of the treatment cost.
This will need to be paid on or before your next appointment.

Failure to make payment will result in all future booked appointments being cancelled.