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guest2013 Tue 03-Jan-17 11:54:02

I've seen an offer for dermaplaning for £50.. I have for a while wanted to get rid of the peach fuzz, has anyone had it done? Is it worth it? Is this a good price?

TheDevilMadeMeDoIt Tue 03-Jan-17 14:57:18

I'm into every beauty treatment going (I'm a mug grin) but even I wouldn't bother. Basically it's just a very close shave, so it's good at getting rid of dead skin cells on the surface, and it removes all hair including the peach fuzz. BUT..... they come back again very quickly. The dead cells soon accumulate, and the hair grows back as fast as it would if you shaved because it's only been chopped off at the skin's surface.

I would only contemplate it if I had a very, very important event, when I'd maybe have it done on the day. As an event like that is never likely to appear on my horizon, I'll be giving it a miss.

guest2013 Tue 03-Jan-17 15:14:06

Thanks for the advice! So do you think if I started I'd have to continue?
What about doing it at home?

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