Bye-Bye Peach Fuzz || How to Dermaplane

Bye-Bye Peach Fuzz || How to Dermaplane

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  1. Jenni Jex

    Wow. Didn't know it was so easy! Thanks for the tutorial. 🙂

  2. Erin

    How is this different from shaving?

    1. Morgan@shwinandshwin

      It is very similar to shaving except that dermaplaning also exfoliates the skin (which I love!) Shaving also makes the regrown hair appear thicker and sometimes darker because the razor will cause a blunt edge. I find that my hair grows back slower after dermaplaning versus shaving.

  3. Rachel

    Sounds really easy. Are there any other negative effects to doing this other than skin sensitivity? Does the hair grow back in thicker or darker afterward?

    1. Morgan@shwinandshwin

      Your hair wont grow back thicker or darker. There have been a few times where my skin will redden a little after dermaplaning, it usually subsides after about 15 min. Since it does exfoliate the skin you want to be careful around any blemishes or wounds, but otherwise it is really easy 🙂

  4. Jennifer

    What serum do you apply after you finish dermaplaning? I am 43 & still have oily skin prone to breakouts (that are actually worse than when I was younger). Thank you!

  5. Mandy

    I tried dermaplaning with some “eyebrow razors” I got at CVS. After trying lots of different things, I’m a little frustrated. I can’t get all of the hair to come off completely, so my face is all prickly. Any suggestions?

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