DIY Dermaplaning

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Dermaplaning is a process by which you remove that 'peach fuzz' that is on your mush. As generally hairy person (thanks Dad!) peach fuzz is something that I have always had. When I saw this treatment doing the rounds on Youtube, it really interested me as it does affect how my makeup sits and looks. Dermaplaning when done at a salon uses a razor (and a very steady hand) to hold skin taught, and removes the top layer of the skin (epidermis) along with the peach fuzz to leave you with a face as smooth as a baby's bum. In the videos that I watched, these brow razors were used and still had an amazing effect, so I thought I'd give it a go and here at the results.

Before Dermaplaning

After Dermaplaning

Firstly, I cleansed my skin so it was free of any makeup and dirt. Then holding the skin taught, I ran the brow razor in a upwards motion. After a few strokes, I wiped the blade clean and then carried on. It sounds like a really laborious process, but it really isn't. I managed to get my whole face done in around 10-15 mins. Making sure to be really careful not to hurry and nick my skin. 

The results are brilliant and it's a really easy and effective way to remove the peach fuzz. As I write this post, it would have been a week or so since first doing it and there is hardly and regrowth and no stubble or prickly feeling as it's growing back. This is so quick to do and couldn't recommend it highly enough.

Have you tried Dermaplaning? If so, how did you find it?

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