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Weekly Must-Have: DermaFlash

Weekly Must-Have: DermaFlash

The sun can take a toll on skin, making it look especially dull and just rather…blah.  If your usual manual and chemical exfoliation products aren’t resolving the problem, it may be time to whip out the big guns.  Namely, the DermaFlash 2.0 Luxe Facial Exfoliation & Peach Fuzz Removal.

Dermaplaning, previously only available in a doctor’s office or medical spa, is a celeb-favorite because of its ability to refresh and revitalize skin by literally shaving away dead cells and debris.  In addition to removing surface gunk and grime, dermaplaning also removes unnecessary facial hair.  Even if peach fuzz never bothered you before, you won’t know how you lived with it once you remove it.  Seriously!  The complexion looks smoother and more luminous, meaning your makeup will sit better, as well.

DermaFlash is best used once a week.  After cleansing the skin, insert a new blade before each use to keep things hygienic (duh!).  Lightly and gently run the device over your entire face at a 45-degree angle by following its natural contours.  Steer clear of your hairline and eyebrows to avoid any tragic mishaps.  Finish with a soothing and non-active lotion to moisturize, just like you would after any deep exfoliation.

If you have any active acne, psoriasis, or rosacea, opt out of this treatment.  Otherwise, after just one use, you’ll find your skin is more vibrant with a healthy glow. Trust us, you’ll be using this device all summer long. Looks like shaving your face isn’t just for guys after all!

PRICE TAG: $189  (Buy here)

-Casey Sharbaugh is the blogger behind www.comfortablycasey.com

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