Shaving facial hair!! When dermaplaning first hit the UK most recoiled at the thought but we are a bit further down the line now and dermaplaning is becoming commonplace and is widely available in salons.
If you’re still not exactly sure what dermaplaning is, that’s cool, here’s the low down: it uses a scalpel to exfoliate the top layer of skin, removing dead skin cells and the fluffy blonde facial hair often called peach fuzz or the more technical term vellus hair.
Dermaplaning is designed to remove the superficial fluffy blonde vellus hair on the face, these are fine wispy hairs. Compare this to the hair on our legs or underarms, it’s a totally different texture of hair and will not grow back in the same way that these hairs do.Read More