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First, watch the below video (with sound) so you know how to properly load blades (your Dermaplaner does not come with a blade pre-installed, you'll need to load one up to get started).
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Review Before Use
- Before using your Dermaplaner, read through these instructions. If you have any questions about how to load, use, or care for the tool, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
- Exercise caution when handling blades and using Dermaplaner—the blades are sharp, and as with any tool that uses a sharp blade, there is risk of injury.
- Please keep the tool and blades out of reach of children.
- Do not use Leaf Dermaplaner without a blade guard installed.
Getting Started Out of Box
- Your Leaf Dermaplaner comes with two single edge blades and two blade guards.
- One of the blade guards is preinstalled, so you just need to load your first blade and you're ready to go!
- Watch the video below about how to refill blades and blade guards.
- We suggest refilling your Dermaplaner with a new blade and blade guard every one to three uses, or at least once a month. It's important to use fresh, clean blades.
- Between uses, we suggest removing the blade and rinsing it. You can disinfect it if you wish with a quick alcohol wipe.
How to Dermaplane
Before you begin, cleanse your face completely.
Use on either dry skin, or apply a small amount of Leaf Shave Oil. If you’re unsure about which method works best for your skin, we recommend trying both or consulting your dermatologist.
Step 1: Hold your skin taut behind the tool. Place the blade at a 45° angle against your skin.
Step 2: Use light pressure, and move in short, feathery strokes. Start on your cheekbone and move inward along your cheek and jawline.
Step 3: Continue along your forehead, moving downward. Use above your lip and along your chin as desired. Rinse or wipe the blade throughout dermaplaning. Most importantly-take your time.
Step 4: Finish by rinsing your skin and applying Leaf Shave Oil to moisturize and protect your skin.
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After you finish using your Dermaplaner, remove the blade, rinse, and dry it. If desired, you can disinfect it with rubbing alcohol. You can reinstall the blade for next use if you're using the same blade next time.
If your Dermaplaner needs some TLC, we suggest using something like a toothbrush and some dish soap. Scrub a dub-dub.
If you ever feel that you're not getting what you need out of your Dermaplaner, please reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How often should I use Dermaplaner?
We suggest using Dermaplaner every one to four weeks or as needed. Some people luxuriate in the at-home process only a few times a year. So listen to your skin and needs.
How many times can I use the same blade and blade-guard?
We recommend refilling your Dermaplaner every three uses (give or take) or once a month—whatever comes first. It's always best to use clean fresh blades when home dermaplaning.
What is the difference between shaving and dermaplaning?
Though they have very similar methods, dermaplaning uses a single blade and cuts the hair at a different angle than shaving. The purpose is to exfoliate and remove fine hair for smoother, brighter skin, and to achieve a more even skin tone instead of just hair removal.
Will dermaplaning make my hair grow back faster or thicker?
Nope! Just like shaving, dermaplaning will not make your hair grow back thicker or darker.
What does dermaplaning feel like?
Just like shaving, you can feel it but it does not hurt. It is pain-free, easy, and a breezy experience if you are using the tool as directed.
If I have acne, can I dermaplane?
It is generally not recommended to dermaplane if you have any skin irritation such as acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, or sunburn. If you're unsure, please consult with your dermatologist first.