Perfect for hair removal and dermaplaning especially unwanted facial hair also known as ‘peach fuzz’ and to exfoliate dead skin.
Achieve perfectly shaped eyebrows using our razors for those precision touch ups.
Steps to use:
1. Clean the face 2. You can shave your face whilst dry or use cream. 3. Gently press the knife edge against the skin at a 45-degree angle, and then gently trim the eyebrows in reverse. 4. Use short, gentle strokes going in one direction. Use in the direction of natural hair growth, not against. 5. After trimming the desired brow shape, carefully clean the surrounding fine hair 6. Clean and dry the razor for storing.
How do I get the best results from dermaplaning?
Move the blade over your skin in short, light strokes. You'll get best results if you hold the blade at a 45-degree angle. Try to keep the strokes in a downward motion to avoid irritation. You'll see dead skin cells and hair start to accumulate as you go.
Does your hair grow back thicker when you Dermaplane?
Let's set the record straight here with a simple, NO ❌.
It's a myth that your facial hair will become either thicker or darker after dermaplaning. It just isn't possible for your hair to do this, as dermaplaning is a non-invasive exfoliating treatment. The hair will grow back, but it won't change colour or thickness.