What is dermaplaning?


Dermaplaning is a physical exfoliation procedure to gently ‘shave’ the skin's surface, removing the top layer of dead skin along with fine vellus hair (peach fuzz). It is an excellent treatment to banish the face of excess fine hairs which can hold onto dirt and oil. Also, dermaplaning can dimish fine lines and gives the skin a smoother feel.


This is an effective treatment for those with dry, rough textured or uneven toned skin. Dermaplaning also helps to minimise very superficial acne scarring.


It is recommended to have dermaplaning every 3-4 weeks and is an excellent addition to other aesthetic treatments.


The procedure 


During dermaplaning, the skin surface is gently shaved with a sterile surgical scalpel. This is not painful and the treatment is carried out in around 30 minutes.  In addition, a range of active ingredients can be applied to the skin for maximum benefit.



This treatment has minimal downtime.


Advice after your treatment


Please refer to our aftercare leaflet by clicking here

Please note if you have very thick, dark facial hair, oily skin or have active acne this treatment is best avoided.


Suitable for

  • Removal of vellus hair
  • Removal of dead skin cells
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Better product absorption

All medical treatments are subject to an initial consultation with Dr Taylor. This is a free, no-obligation assessment and is followed by a 'cooling-off' period.

Please contact us if you would like to request more information or make an appointment.