How to use:
Hold the dermaplaner blade at a 45-degree angle and gently brush down the skin in the same direction of hair growth.
Do not dermaplane directly over acne or irritated skin.
Repeat every 3/4 weeks or once skin cell rejuvenation has completed.
Dermaplaning helps prep the skin for smoother make up application and stronger product absorption for a beautiful glow that lasts longer.
Blade: stainless steel
Handle: plastic – created out of sustainable plant-based fibres
FAQs on Dermaplaning
What is dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a form of mechanical exfoliation that provides an effective and safe exfoliation treatment to promote deeper product penetration, boost the effects of skin care products while making the skin look and feel smoother. It effectively uses a very sharp blade to remove light “fuzz” hairs from the face, leaving the surface of the skin soft and smooth.
What are the pros and cons?
On the pros side, it is quick and convenient to do at home, and can give skin a natural glow while also allowing makeup to sit more smoothly on the skin. One of the risks with dermaplaning if not performed correctly is damage to the surface of the skin. You should always sterilise the blade before applying to the skin to avoid introducing bacteria which could cause breakouts. Make sure that the blade is shape and that you replace it regularly. If your skin shows any irritation, stop using immediately and seek professional advice.
Always avoid using on broken skin, acne or cold sores.
How often should you use a dermaplaner?
Every 4-6 weeks or once cell rejuvenation has completed.