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Confessions of a skincare junkie

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One of these things is not the same…..

I have seen a flurry of at-home facial razors in the beauty section promising dermaplaning results without the spa visit. But is it really the same? Simply put, no. Do some of the results cross yes-ish? Let’s break down the differences.

At home beauty razors

The at-home version ↓🏠

  •  only meant for hair removal 
  • doesn’t exfoliate the skin
  • dull, serrated blade
  • unsanitary
  • doesn’t remove dead skin cell buildup
  • risks causing microtears & irritation

If you want to get rid of your peach fuzz or upper lip hair, shaving may be a good option for you. However, be wary of razor burns, ingrown hairs, and ensure you sterilize the blade between uses!

Dermaplaining ↓🧖🏻‍♀️

  • Sharpe, sterile surgical blades 
  • exfoliates dead skin cells and removes peach fuzz
  • Softens rough skin, leaving your face looking and feeling smooth
  • Brightens your skin tone
  • Improves superficial hyperpigmentation
  • Helps improve the appearance of mild scars
  • Softens the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • allows better product penetration
  • Sterile blades are never reused 
  • trained professional

As you can see, dermaplaning and shaving are very different treatments. Dermaplaning involves exfoliating your epidermis and removing peach fuzz with a sharp surgical blade, performed by trained estheticians. If you have acne or rosacea, skip both dermaplaning & the at-home version, as it can worsen these conditions. 

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