Lash On Wax Off are extremely excited to be able to offer this amazing treatment to new and existing clients of Cambridge.

Dermaplaning is a safe, simple and effective method of exfoliating the skin, removing dead skin cells, and also fine vellus hair (peach fuzz).  This gives an immediate luminous glow, dewy skin, faster cell turnover and a smoother texture. It also allows any products you apply, to penetrate deeper!


Dermaplaning is an alternative to chemical peels or microdermabrasion and is a good choice for anyone with fine facial hair, extremely sensitive skin, redness or mild rosacea or fine lines. 

Using a sterile, disposable surgical scalpel, we will gently and safely exfoliate and remove unwanted facial hair on your face and neck area surface. The blade is held at a 45-degree angle on the surface of your skin using light feathery strokes. Each area of the face is carefully and gently scraped until all the dead skin has been removed. There is no swelling or pain associated with the Dermaplaning treatment, and no.... your hair does not grow back thicker or darker..

We are currently REALLY busy which is fabulous and gives us a warm happy buzz.

But if you can't make your appointment time PLEASE do call us with at least 48 hours' notice or as soon as you can.


Missed appointments with little or no notice are not only disappointing us, but also frustrating as we have waiting lists of clients who want those times.

Please see our cancellation policy for full details


A consultation is an opportunity for us to fully discuss your specific skin concerns, run through a health questionnaire to ensure you are suitable for treatment, and answer any questions you may have. We will also discuss the treatment itself and if a course of treatments is needed for the desired effect.

Double Cleanse

Throughout the day, airborne bacteria and pollution is attracted to your skin, and if they aren't washed away properly, they could potentially contribute to ageing, pigmentation and breakouts. 


The first cleanse removes make-up, oil, dirt & SPF from the surface. The second cleanse will clean much deeper into the pores to remove any impurities. Always use that first cleanse to thoroughly remove make up. This may take a further 2-3 goes depending on how much you have used. 


The second cleanse you want to be working the cleanser into your skin for at least a minute to ensure your pores are free from impurities.


Evening cleanses will allow serums, moisturises and any clever night-time leave-on’s to work their magic more efficiently. If you double cleanse in the evening, it isn’t always necessary to do the following morning. 


A well designed face toner helps rebalance the skins natural PH levels to healthy. Very healthy skin has a PH between 4 & 5.... a level very easily upset by cleansing products


Dermaplaning is a safe, simple and effective method of exfoliating the skin, removing dead skin cells, and also fine vellus hair (peach fuzz).  This gives an immediate luminous glow, dewy skin, faster cell turnover and a smoother texture. It also allows any products you apply, to penetrate deeper!


Following either steam or hot towels on the face, safe extraction of blackheads, whiteheads and comedones is performed (if required). 


Exfoliating not only helps to unclog blocked pores, remove dead/dry skin but also helps increase blood circulation which in turn helps you to achieve healthy glowing skin.

However, exfoliating every day can strip the skin of its natural oils, which can cause breakouts. Over-exfoliating can cause chronic skin irritation and inflammation, which can lead to accelerated ageing. Two to three times a week for normal and combination skin, and once a week for sensitive skin.

You want to avoid facial scrubs with large grains. Think of a sandpaper surface, if you look closely it has scratch marks and that is what will happen to your skin. Instead, opt for a softer more paste-like grained exfoliate which is less likely to irritate your skin.

Enzyme Peel

The Instant Painless peel is a natural enzymatic peeling gel, that visibly removes dead skin cells. Revealing brighter, softer skin, with no downtime associated with chemical peels. 

Chemical Peel

The chemical peel is one of the oldest cosmetic procedures in the world. Today chemical peels are among the most popular and widely recognised methods of improving the health and appearance of skin by removing dead skin cells and encouraging new ones to grow.

Chemical peel depth can range from very superficial to deep, although several light depth peels can often achieve similar results to one deeper peel treatment, with less risk and shorter recovery time.

* AHA - alpha hydroxy acid / BHA - beta hydroxy acid


Micro needling is a method of skin rejuvenation that uses micro needles to penetrate the surface of the skin to stimulate natural cellular regeneration. Microscopic perforations are made within the skin and they trigger the natural wound healing process of the body and the consequent cellular renewal, collagen, elastin, keratin and melanin.

LED Light Therapy

LED Light Therapy is a non-invasive hand and facial treatment that uses narrow band, non-thermal LED light energy to trigger your body’s natural cell processes to accelerate rejuvenation and repair of the skin. It’s recommended for skin rejuvenation, sun damage, acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, sensitive and inflammatory conditions, wound healing and scarring as well as anyone looking to restore skin’s radiance.


Not only do face masks feel utterly pampering and feel amazing, but with the right mask, they can can help hydrate your skin, remove excess oils and improve the appearance of your pores.

There are a lot of face masks on the market at the moment; from clay masks, sheet masks, mud masks and setting masks. So choosing the right one for your skin will depend on how often you can use it, some you can use every day but in general you should be using a mask 1-3 times per week. .


Serums are packed full of moisturising ingredients such as hyaluronic acid. They’re super absorbent, much more than your moisturiser as they have a lipid-soluble base. Because of this, it allows the active ingredients to penetrate deeper through the epidermis, instead of sitting on the top like regular moisturisers. 

Moisturise & SPF

In this step, you ideally want to be applying moisturiser first. If you have used a serum, the moisturiser will help to lock in all the goodness and will help keep you hydrated and maintain its balance. Your SPF (sunscreen) or moisturiser with SPF can then be applied.


To SPF or not to SPF?

SPF!! Every day. But you need to apply it evenly and all over your face otherwise you will not get the SPF desired. Your foundation may very well ‘contain’ spf, but this is not enough to protect you from premature ageing or skin damage. But obviously some SPF is better than non.


Tip: Use gentle upward strokes, especially on the neck.