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Dermaplaning facial?

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Dalesgirl16 · 03/11/2018 20:32

Has anyone had a dermaplaning facial? What are the benefits other than removing baby hairs from face?

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Dalesgirl16 · 04/11/2018 20:15

Bump?

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SugarMiceInTheRain · 05/11/2018 14:45

I had one last week. Was really excited as the fine hairs on my face catch the light and don't look great. Bit disappointed to be honest. Hasn't removed all of the fine hairs - there are still some round my jaw and mouth, and the dermaplaning seemed to take the top off some spots which had almost healed so now my spots look angrier than before. Won't be having another in a hurry...

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Dalesgirl16 · 05/11/2018 19:16

When I see beauticians post online they just show the hair that's come off. I have rosacea so don't think it will help my redness! Seems to be quite 'in' at the moment.

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nancybelle · 05/11/2018 19:45

I do it myself and quite like the effect but wouldn’t pay £50 every month for it. I use eyebrow trimmer blades.

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Dalesgirl16 · 06/11/2018 12:15

Does it make hair grow back thicker?

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nancybelle · 06/11/2018 17:08

No, the difference is that the ends of the hairs are blunt rather than tapered but I haven’t noticed any real difference

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Zebrasmummy · 06/11/2018 22:32

No idea about dermaplaning etc, but if it's hair removal that's wanted I'd go with threading. I'm fair haired, but still love getting my top lip done when I have my brows done. Just leaves it all feeling and looking really smooth.

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Ollivander84 · 06/11/2018 22:33

I do it myself. Gets rid of all the peach fuzz and any dry skin so my makeup goes on smoother. I use a scalpel, you have to do it on dry (not even damp!) skin with no product on
Then I use a hydrating toner and moisturiser as usual

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MayCup · 06/11/2018 22:42

@Ollivander84 that's interesting you do it dry, why?

I always slather cleansing oil or balm on first!

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Ollivander84 · 06/11/2018 22:44

Works SO much better. I watched an instruction video on YouTube before I ordered scalpels and if it's dry it gets more skin and hair off

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MayCup · 06/11/2018 22:48

@Ollivander84 well you're obviously an expert 😀😀😀
Care to share the link please? And the scalpels?
I just got some med grade ones from amazon 🙊🙊🙊

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Ollivander84 · 06/11/2018 22:56

I can't remember which video I used but I went on YouTube and looked for dermaplaning at home! Scalpels are off eBay, size 10 ones

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Etino · 06/11/2018 23:10

I’ve got a very furry face and lots of ‘blind’ bumps. They’re not white heads more tiny sebaceous lumps. Would dermaplaning help?

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