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We all Tried This At-Home Dermaplaning Device, Here’s What Happened

Through shaving our legs, waxing our underarms to everlasting awkward sessions attending to our bikini area, we function diligently  to keep unwanted hair at bay. But what about the particular unwanted hair on our face? Before you start to panic, this really is NOT  a tutorial on how to shave your face with a razor blade! Like you, we wanted to find an alternative solution to peach felt without having to wax, thread or use a razor. That’ t when we stumbled upon DERMAFLASH .


In case you missed our  Q& A  with founder Dara Levy ,   DERMAFLASH  is touted as the ONLY  at-home the peeling off treatment designed to gently remove the outermost layer of the epidermis, including peach fuzz. Powered by a subtle sonic gerüttel, this device works like dermaplaning, which is a medical-grade exfoliating therapy available only at a doctor’ s office or healthcare spa.

Considering all the horror tales we heard  about our hair growing back heavier, we were initially  hesitant about using this device. But based on Dara, such is not the case. It turns out that while men develop terminal hair, women grow vellus hair, which is gentle and fluffy— and shaving it actually won’ t make it grow back thicker . Keep in mind DERMAFLASH is actually NOT a shaver. What sets this particular apart from a shaver  is that DERMAFLASH uses a  cutter specifically designed for the delicate skin on a woman’ s encounter. So there’ s no need to worry about cuts, nicks, stubbles or growing a beard anytime soon. And because DERMAFLASH is  primarily designed to exfoliate (removing unwanted hair is just a bonus), you also get to buff away dead cells that make your own complexion dull and keep your skin care products from getting utilized by your skin.

What Happened When We Used DERMAFLASH

To see how it works across different skin shades, we asked two Dermstore team members to participate in this particular latest installment of   “ Dermstore Tries. ”   Here’ s what happened:

Step 1 : Charge

The package includes the device, 6 exfoliating blades (Edge), a face cleanser  (Prep Cleanser), a moisturizer (Soothe Hydrating Moisturizer), a charging base and a line cord. Per the particular instructions, before we did anything, we made sure in order to charge our DERMAFLASH for at least 5 hours. We all literally had to set a reminder on our phones to help make sure  we allotted enough time. Do not, we repeat, put in the Edge (blade) before the device is fully charged. This won’ t turn on, plus, you’ ll render that will new blade useless.

Step two. Prep

Once our gadget was fully charged, we washed our face along with Prep.   While you can use any facial cleanser with this gadget, it is recommended that you use Prep to thoroughly remove extra oil and dirt that might interfere with the exfoliation process.

Step 3. Edge

Don’ t judge us, but this was the action we struggled with the most. After referencing the instructions  once or twice, we were successfully able to insert a new Edge into the DERMAFLASH by slowly sliding the device in the cartridge tray. Another common error? Inserting a  used Edge into the device— the device know this and won’ t turn on unless you insert  a brand new one.

Step 4. Begin

To power on our device, all of us simply had to hold the hummingbird button for two seconds. The particular hummingbird will illuminate once it’ s on. Later on, we began  gliding it over our skin in short, feathery-light strokes while holding our skin taut with our free hands. We recommend starting at the front of your ear at the cheekbone and then gliding the device along the contours of your face. Keep on with the same strokes on the chin, below and over the lip and finish with the forehead.

True to the product claims, DERMAFLASH does not hurt. It’ s very gentle and almost feels like taking a comb to the face. On the other hand, if you’ re new to this such as we were, this might take some time getting used to. As Kaitlin through the Content team pointed out,   “ This was a bit more difficult to use than I had expected. I found it relatively hard to get parts of my face at the right position, while holding the skin tight enough to make it work.

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Step 5. Calm

After we finished DERMAFLASHING, we applied the Soothe Hydrating Moisturizer to our encounter. This definitely left our skin feeling soft and smooth. In addition to by using this product, we recommend following up your treatment with a mixture of oils and moisturizers. Kaitlin suggests using a “ moisturizer at night after using DERMAFLASH— especially if you have dried out skin. The Soothe moisturizer definitely made my epidermis look great for a few hours, but later in the day, I actually needed some extra hydration.

Our Verdict

Though it initially required some time familiarizing ourselves with the device, we definitely observed a healthy glow to our skin afterwards. While Kaitlin noticed an immediate difference in the amount of peach fuzz left on her behalf skin, Joann from Marketing commented, “ The skin is definitely smoother and soft to the touch, but since I don’ t have that much peach fuzz, I actually don’ t see a visible difference in my jawline becoming more defined.

In our experience, this device is especially beneficial if you have adequate unwanted facial hair. The more peach fuzz you have, the greater  difference this device can make.

DERMAFLASH Before and Afters

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Note: These pictures have not been re-touched or edited.  

What’ s Next?  

While we don’ t think it’ s quite necessary to use on the weekly basis (although that’ s what the brand recommends for long-term results) this might be something you want to make use of before a special occasion. As noted by Joann, “ I may use it before doing a full face associated with makeup for an event, since I heard it allows for  a smoother makeup application.

Additional Tips 

Although you can completely do this by yourself, it doesn’ t hurt to have a 2nd pair of eyes (and in our case, hands) to help you get individuals hard to reach  areas. As best explained  by Kaitlin, “ If you have a friend willing to help you out, I would definitely advise that. I wasn’ t able to see some spots which i had missed as clearly as another set of eyes can. Just make sure you’ re both comfortable with him/her holding the blade to your face. ”  

Have you tried DERMAFLASH? What did you like about it? Tell us in the comments below!

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