1) What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is an exfoliation process that utilized a single blade to glide across skin to remove vellus hair (aka peach fuzz) and dead skin cells from the skin surface.

2) Will my hair grow back thicker than earlier?

It has been proven that vellus hair is formed and grown differently than other hair on the body. It will only grow back to its original state, not any thicker.

3) How many times can I use an Eco-Friendly Derma-Ri Razor?

2-4 uses per razor when cared for properly. It is recommended to be cleaned using an alcohol wipe or under running warm water. Patted dry and store in a dry place with its protective cap on.

4) How is it environmentally friendly?

Once the blade has been safely removed, the handle can be disposed of as recyclable trash. The fibers used in making Derma-Ri razors are 100% biodegradable.

5) What is Vellus hair?

Vellus hair which is also known as peach fuzz are very fine hairs seen on your face and skin. Everyone has this hair; however, it may be darker and more noticeable for some people, particularly after a layer of foundation is applied.

6) What are the benefits of Dermaplaning at home?

Dermaplaning at home is extremely hygienic, cost efficient and also very simple and easy while being pain free. You will notice the change in the appearance and texture of your skin almost instantly. This also helps other skincare products to better penetrate and be absorbed into your skin.

7) Are there any side effects?

After dermaplaning redness can occur but your normal skin tone will return within 10 minutes. It is important that you use a clean blade.

Remember not to skip on your skincare routine after your dermaplaning session.

If you suffer from severe acne or any other hormonal imbalance, please refrain from dermaplaning as this may cause irritation. Seek medical expertise.

8) What should be applied prior to Dermaplaning?

Facial oil, olive oil or aloe gel

9) Can it be used on acne prone or active acne skin?

No, it’s not recommended.

10) Can it be used on dry skin?

Yes, it can be done on dry skin

11) What is the best time to dermaplane?

At night

12) How to take care of the blade?

Wash it with Luke warm water or wipe it down with an alcohol pad, make sure there’s no residue left. Pat dry fully and make sure it’s fully dry before closing the protective cap and store in a cool dry place.