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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

"Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly." Morticia Addams

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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.

"Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly." Morticia Addams

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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.

"Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly." Morticia Addams

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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.

"Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly." Morticia Addams
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