DermaFlash Exfoliating Facial Hair Remover (Review)


by Philippa Lane

There are so many people who have unwanted facial hair, acne, or uneven skin tones and long to attain clear skin which is highly desirable, but the majority of topical creams and serums have been ineffective in achieving this goal. Acne usually leaves behind visible scars on the dermal layer of the skin and even though scars do fade, it can take quite a few years and for a lot of people that is too long.  

Topical treatments can help superficial scars, but deeper more pronounced scars usually need more effective treatments. One of the best ways to exfoliate and help remove the appearance of acne scars is with dermaplaning, which is similar to dermabrasion, but it uses a small, sharp hand-held instrument to resurface and scrape off upper layers of the skin. It is an invasive surgical scar treatment that produces great results, but it can be expensive and inconvenient. Now, there is a special dermaplaning device called Dermaflash that can be used in the comfort of your own home that is easy to use, effective, and affordable, requiring no visits to a plastic surgeon.

Not too long ago, I received a Dermaflash Exfoliating Device as a gift. It is created by Dara Levy and it gently exfoliates, removing peach fuzz, debris, and fine hairs as well as dead skin from the lip, forehead, jawline, forehead, and cheek areas of the face. It is designed to be used on dry skin and is safe for all skin types. Also, there are no chemicals that need to be applied to the face before, during, or after using Dermaflash and there are immediate results that can be seen and felt.

Applying a razor to your face may seem a little intimidating at first, but it is actually a simple, safe, and painless process, especially when using Dermaflash.

I usually like to remove hair from my upper lip, chin, and part of my facial cheeks. I do not think that it is good to remove unwanted facial hair with a regular razor and I do not use facial wax, but I have previously used depilatories and a very small electric razor. From my personal experience, just using a traditional razor does not exfoliate the skin well or improve the complexion, so to achieve glowy skin,  I would use other means to exfoliate my skin such as scrubs and facial scrunchies that worked well for me, so I was excited to try the Dermaflash device.

The Dermaflash comes kit comes with:
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Owners Manual
  • Soothe 8 fl. Oz.
  • Prep 8 fl. Oz.
  • Power Supply Cord
  • 6 Replaceable Blades
  • Charging Base

The first thing to do is to apply the prep treatment cleanser, then after your skin is dry, you can begin using the Dermaflash device. Slowly glide the device across the cheek, forehead, chin, and lip areas. There will be a slight vibration during the process and after using the device, apply the Soothe product to your face and your skin should feel clean, smooth, and all of the fine hairs should be gone. This procedure should be repeated once a week. If used more than once a week, your skin could become irritated, which is not a good thing.

I know that you can use an exfoliator, such as a scrub or scrunchie and a regular razor to remove the “fuzzies”, but Dermaflash does it all at the same time, which makes things so much easier and faster. In my opinion, Dermaflash is worth trying if you want your skin to be smoother, radiant, and free of unwanted facial hair. Price: $189.00

Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear.....Fuzzy wuzzy had no hair. Get rid of the fuzzy wuzzies with DermaFlash today!

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