Deep exfoliation

What is it?

Dermaplaning is a deep exfoliation that uses a surgical blade to perform a deep exfoliation.

How does it work?

Dermaplaning uses a surgical blade to perform a deep exfoliation.

The edge of the scalpel is used at a 45-degree angle to scrape the build-up of dirt and oils in and around the skin and vellus hair.

The vellus hair is completely removed during the process leaving skin softer and smoother.

Is the treatment painful?

The treatment is completely pain-free and no downtime is required.

1. Can I have a consultation first?

Yes. Absolutely! For a free no obligation consultation with a qualified professional please.

2. What are anti-wrinkle injections?

Antiwrinkle injections are commonly referred to as ‘Botox’, short for Botulinum toxin. This is a naturally occurring protein that causes the muscles of the face to relax, consequently smoothing out wrinkles. It is the UK’s most popular cosmetic treatment for the removal of wrinkles.

3. Are anti-wrinkle injections safe?

Botulinum toxin has been in medical use for more than four decades, and it is administered in such a way that it only affects your muscles and sweat glands – it does not reach any other part of the body. As long as it is administered by a qualified medical professional, the risks are extremely minimal.​

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Disclaimer: Actual results may vary on an individual