"First time I've ever had dermaplaning, my face felt fresh and alive! Quite scary when you see what comes off the face!"
Jill, January 2018
First, eye makeup is removed and the skin is deep cleansed. Toner is used to remove any excess oils and to restore the skin's natural pH balance. Dermaplaning is performed and then a replenishing, collagen-boosting mask is applied in order to calm and hydrate the skin. The treatment is finished with a nourishing moisturiser.
Please read our Facials Pre and Post Care before your Dermaplaning appointment!
45 minutes £42.00
Anyone who has facial waxing must wait a minimum of 48 hours before having this treatment.
Please be aware, we may need a GP note if you suffer from any of the following: severe active acne, diabetes, on heart medication, sensitive skin such as rosacea, eczema or psoriasis, contagious skin disorders, roaccutane users, those using RetinA, taking blood thinners and some oral antibiotics for skin concerns.
This treatment is not suitable during pregnancy.
Please call the salon and read our Terms and Conditions for further information.
LED Phototherapy for visibly radiant, rejuvenated and refined skin.
Dermalux LED Phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses clinically proven therapeutic light energy to trigger the skins natural rejuvenation and repair processes without pain or downtime.
Add to any of our facials for an extra boost!
Please read our Facials Pre and Post Care before your LED Add-On appointment!
This treatment may not be suitable for the following and/or we may need a GP note:
Pregnancy; glaucoma; light induced migraines; St John’s Wort or other herbal remedies which may cause a sensitivity to light; nervous or psychotic conditions; anti-arrythmic drugs; HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors; anti-inflammatory medication, gels or creams; epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitors; antibiotics; non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; diuretics; retinoids; anti-arthritic; anti-cancer medication; antifungals; anti-psychotic medications; contagious diseases such as impetigo, scabies, chicken pox, mumps; under the influence of alcohol or drugs; epilepsy or seizures triggered by light; photosensitive disorders such as porphyria, lupus erythematosus, photosensitive eczema and albinism; discoid lupus; auto-immune and metabolic disorders; anti-arthritic medication.
Please check if you have any condition currently being treated by a GP or other practitioner, or if you are taking any medications that may have an effect on skin sensitivity.
Please contact the salon and read our Terms and Conditions for further information.
To get the best out of your treatment, please read the below instructions carefully and follow them as strictly as possible to ensure your own health and safety.
We advise you avoid exposure to sun and excessive heat for two weeks prior to treatment, including the day of your appointment and for three days after. This includes the use of sunbeds, sunbathing, steam rooms, hot tubs, saunas and heavy workouts. This is to ensure your skin is not overly sensitised.
In some facials, the top layer of dead skin cells has been removed which can make your skin sensitive to light. SPF is your friend!
We are happy to advise you on the right skincare to use, however it is not going to be one that you can buy on the high street as it may be counterproductive to the treatment you have had. We will recommend what we use as this is what we are highly trained in, and feel that if we don’t give you the correct information you cannot make an informed decision on how to invest in your skin! But please remember that there is no pressure to buy!
If, as part of your treatment, you have been given a treatment moisturiser and SPF please ensure that you use it. This isn’t just your therapist being nice (although they are lovely!), you’ve been given it because your skin needs the further protection and hydration after your facial. We are all about prolonging the benefits for you as best we can, but you will also need to play your part too.
If you are taking medications that are to treat skin conditions or medications that will make your skin sensitive, please make sure to speak to your therapist before the treatment commences.
Please do not arrive to your appointment with wet or damp hair.
Avoid chlorine for twenty-four hours.
Avoid facial waxing for seven days. Facial waxing may be performed up to a fourty-eight hours prior to Dermaplaning.
Avoid dermal fillers and Botox/Xeomin for two to three weeks, both prior and post treatment.
Do not pick, scratch or aggressively rub the treated areas and try your best to avoid touching your face.
Sun protection must be worn for three days prior to treatment.
No scrubs or cleansing brushes should be used for seven days post treatment.
You may experience a slight windburn sensation, blotchiness and/or peeling for the first few days. This is normal.
Skincare products may tingle for the first day. Your therapist will advise you on which products to avoid.
Up your intake of water! Yes, we know it's not as tasty as coffee, tea etc but water will keep you hydrated and is actually great for improving your skin's complexion. You've just had a facial - reap the benefits!
After your facial, it is recommended that you do not wear make up for a minimum of 12 hours. However, if you use a pure mineral brand, or would like us to apply a base application of Jane Iredale Mineral Make up, this would be fine.