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DermaplaneGlo

I think Ryan was talking about doing dermaplaning. This looks pretty interesting. I just wonder how it compares to getting it done professionally.

https://www.dermaplaneglo.com/?mid=10813583&msclkid=7425e35fe9ba1106f6a2be135b4e4444

"Miss Edith speaks out of turn. She's a bad example, and will have no cakes today." ~ Drusilla

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A gentle sandpapering of your outer dermis? What happened to oatmeal scrub and that type of exfoliating skin care?

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Lol plus that thing is only $20? Looks cheap and I wouldn't trust it.

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Not trust it how? It’s a shaver.

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I used to use harsh scrubs when I was young because of acne. I stopped using scrubs a long time ago because I don't want to scratch my skin. Oatmeal may be one of the gentler ones though

I use Retin-A, it's been the best for me

Confucius

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It’s ok to scratch your skin on the surface. New cells grow in its place.

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Retin-A helps the skin renew itself, I don't want to overdo it

Confucius

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If you're using Retin-A you can't use other things that could be abrasive because it could wound your skin. A lot of the cheaper scrubs use harsh materials like apricot kernel chunks which abrade the skin.

"Miss Edith speaks out of turn. She's a bad example, and will have no cakes today." ~ Drusilla

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Yes, and I wouldn't dare. I'm fortunate my skin can tolerate Retin-A, not everyone can use it

Confucius

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When you use a scrub, it's random and sometimes can only just loosen the dead skin but not remove it.

Dermal planning has been used for a long time. It's generally more gentle because it's done evenly across the skin to remove the dead layers that build up.

I don't know enough about it, but I've read that it's very popular on menus for spa treatments and facials.

"Miss Edith speaks out of turn. She's a bad example, and will have no cakes today." ~ Drusilla

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That looks just like something that would just give you a shave and they say that is good for your skin. It doesn't hurt men's skin

Confucius

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Ryan is a man's name is it not? Isn't this for woman to use to shave peachfuzz? A man could just use a razor, no?

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Men who are clean shaven get this effect without any of the expense. A shave a day keeps the dullness away.

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Skin care is for men and women, and things like dermal planing are used all over the face, including forehead, cheeks, nose, etc. It's not a "shaver" and not designed to remove a beard. It's just another tool in skin care.

"Miss Edith speaks out of turn. She's a bad example, and will have no cakes today." ~ Drusilla
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