Dermaflannel

(66 Posts)
thedancingboro Thu 02-May-13 18:26:09

I have heard its good (from MN) so was going to get one -- however, on the website the P&P charges are really high (for a flannel!!!) so I was wondering if anyone knows if it is available offline in any shops? Thanks!!

TwinkleSparkleBling Thu 02-May-13 20:54:20

After reading the other thread I decided to get one too....but they were out of stock.

So (again on the advice of the other thread) I got some of the microfibre cloths from the £1 shop. The thinking was if it didn't work I'd only wasted a £1 and could get the dermaflannel when they were back in stock.

Anyway, my microfibre cloths are AMAZING! My skin has never looked better. I'm not sure if the dermaflannel would be better but I'm glowing and have saved ££££s to spend on something else obviously.

HollyBollyBooBoo Thu 02-May-13 22:17:00

Haven't seen it anywhere but wouldn't have thought it is exclusive to them?

I've used it but think it's made my skin go completely bonkers and now it is so greasy, a problem I have never had before.

Deathwatchbeetle Fri 03-May-13 13:20:32

OOh which pound shop is it? Poundland? Poundshop?

Just last week I was looking for cloths but the Bodyshop no oonger do them and despite every message board saying to get them wherever there are baby things I have never seen them. I eventually got some from Amazon.

SoonToBePixie Fri 03-May-13 13:23:53

I've just started using these from Amazon (there's no P&P charge) and I've found them to be fantastic!

And much cheaper than a Dermaflannel. grin

SoftKittyWarmKitty Sat 04-May-13 21:51:00

They look just like the Dermaflannel Soon - have just ordered, thanks!

PullyWoolOver Sun 05-May-13 07:58:07

Thanks Soon - just ordered mine too! Baaaaa grin

FunnyLittleFrog Sun 05-May-13 08:06:51

I have been using a cheap microfibre cloth for 3 weeks and haven't had one single chin spot in that time. It is a miracle!

Marked place

PullyWoolOver Sun 05-May-13 08:46:36

Funnylittlefrog - that is the result I am hoping for - fingers crossed it blasts my pesky chin spots!

FunnyLittleFrog Sun 05-May-13 09:31:13

I am honestly amazed that a 33p cloth is the answer I have been looking for all the years.

When I think of the money I have spent...

Good luck PullWoolOver!

CMOTDibbler Sun 05-May-13 09:34:39

I started using a microfibre cloth too, and my skin looks amazing. No spots at all, no blackheads, and my pores are getting smaller than they've ever been. For less than £1 its fab - and fdoesn't go manky like a flannel

What do you use them with? Just water?

Sugarice Sun 05-May-13 13:56:33

I used mine for the first time last night, it's unbelievable how much softer my skin looks and feels this morning. I'm amazed and thrilled, can't wait til tonight to use it again.

ggirl Sun 05-May-13 14:08:27

I have the dermaflannel from bravura , they sent me the new one free as a thank you for recommending it on mumsnet.
I haven't tried the cheap ones but the bravura one is brilliant.
I have tried one of my microfibre ones on my face but it wasn't as good, may be wrong type though.

HollyBollyBooBoo Sun 05-May-13 16:47:06

Nobody else has found that it's made their skin greasy then?

EmpressMaud Sun 05-May-13 17:00:43

Those cheap waffle cloths do look quite like the Bravura flannels.

I am not finding my dermaflannel absolutely amazing, but am persevering. But I have also used for my hands and think I have noticed a difference there.

HoneyDragon Sun 05-May-13 17:07:30

I have the waffle microfibres cloth and it is brilliant. My pores have shrunk and disappeared. That and Lacara Serum from Aldi have become my perfect skin care combo.

thedancingboro Mon 06-May-13 06:55:09

Thanks everyone. I checked in my local pound shop & they didn't have any, so I ordered a cheapish one from Ebay and will see how it goes!!!!!!

peggotty Mon 06-May-13 08:31:55

D'you think I could do the dermaflannel AND the home acid peel? Not at same time obv - peel once a week, flannel thrice? Or would my face fall off?

Do you just use it with water?

bulletproofgerbil Thu 09-May-13 14:01:09

Have just got my Amazon waffle cloths (thanks for the link soon. I thought/hoped they might come with instructions.

So, it's the end of the day and I want to remove my make-up - what are you meant to do next? Do I use cleanser as per usual to remove make-up and then use the cloth? If so, do I just rub it all over face with a little bit of pressure? For how long? Sorry to sound so dense.

SoftKittyWarmKitty Thu 09-May-13 21:45:21

I've received mine today, too. I've taken my make up off and washed my face as normal, then wet the waffle cloth with warm water and wiped it gently over my face. I didn't rub too hard because I remember posters on the other thread saying they scrubbed a bit much and ended up with raw areas and I don't think that would be a very good look for work tomorrow grin.

DIddled Thu 09-May-13 21:52:50

Buggers! Who has ordered all the cloths from Amazon? All gone!!

TheBuskersDog Netherlands Thu 09-May-13 22:21:37

DIddled, there are some available in cream which I think are exactly the same.

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