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Dermaplaning Facial with LED

  • 1 hour 15 minutes
  • 105 British pounds
  • Bermondsey Street

Service Description

Dermaplaning immediately rejuvenates the skin by removing the top layer of skin cells from the epidermis along with vellus hair (peach fuzz). It is highly effective in minimising the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and acne scars, while leaving skin smooth, supple, and vibrant. It has been utilised in medical practices for over 40 years to prepare the skin for chemical peels and laser treatments. In spas it is often the exfoliation step in anti-ageing facials. Dermaplaning increases the penetration of active ingredients in treatment room and home care products. It creates the perfect canvas for makeup application and is the go-to treatment to prepare for high profile occasions! For additional glow, we have added LED light therapy to this treatment. It works at a cellular level (each colour wavelength reaching differing depths of the skin to act on a range of skin concerns). The soothing, deep penetrating LED lights target deep into cells heightening their internal functions, photo-stimulating dermal blood flow and create faster healing so your skin looks rejuvenated. ​All conditions which require stimulation of collagen can be addressed with LED therapy. In aesthetic and skincare applications, LED light therapy has beneficial effects on: Acne scars, wrinkles, hypertrophic scars, pigmentation, reducing damage from inflammatory diseases such as psoriasis can also benefit.) ​This treatment can be a one off, ready for a special event, or, many clients are so impressed with the outcome that they choose it as their go-to facial every 4-6 weeks. Most frequently asked question: WILL THE HAIR GROW BACK THICKER & DARKER? ABSOLUTELY NOT! What is included?  Double cleanse, tone, dermaplaning, mask, LED Light Therapy, serum, cream, SPF, lip balm

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact our team within 24 hours notice.

Contact Details

  • Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UW, UK


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