Post # 1
I’ve finally got to experience dermaplaning (google it if you haven’t) Are there any other bees out there who do so, or have facial razors to do so at home? I would love to hear any tips and tricks (I just ordered mine!)
Post # 3
Uhh this looks like something a derm should be doing… not DIY. :S
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2015 - Ketchum, ID
@ylapis: Dude. You need to have a professional do that.
Post # 6
Hi ladies! Yes, I realize this sounds crazy, but I don’t think it is. Yes, I agree that people should not do it unless they know what to do, but take a look around the various information about this. It’s relatively safe and acceptable to do at home (again, given that you’ve been instructed in how to properly do it).
I know that facial shaving for women is a bit taboo, and I too had no clue of the benefits that it could have until I went in and had it done. I was just wondering if there were other bees that have started doing it at home.
I have had it done by a professional, and I loved the results. She suggeted that every 10 days I maintain it with a facial razor (NOT a regular razor).
Post # 7
I have it done every 6 weeks. Love it. But would never do it myself.
Post # 9
@ylapis: I’ve been doing this for YEARS and love the results. I started primarily because I can get eczema around my forehead/hairline and sometimes around my nose. I have noticed a great improvement by doing this and then moisturizing with pure olive oil. The compliments I get on my complexion always surprise me because people would pass out if I explained it’s because I “shave” my face!!! I’ve never had it done professionally, so my home jobby isn’t as deep as the pros go…and I always use a brand new disposable razor. Once a week does the trick for me.
Post # 10
After trying laser hair removal on my chin, I had to shave between sessions instead of my normal waxing or plucking. The laser hair removal helped but def did not completely remove all the hair (at that time I thought that I’d invest in other treatments someday).
anyways, I figured since I shaved during laser treatment maybe I could keep doing it…. Well it’s a year later and I still shaving my chin, upper lip, and lower lip. ( makes me sounds hairy but hey whatever!) I have no issues. I use a mach 3 men’s razor. I do it daily. When I plucked or waxed I would get in grown hairs but never do with shaving.
Post # 11
so it isn’t necessarily to remove hair… more so to exfoliate your skin?? it looks crazy but these before and after photos are convincing.