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January 29, 2013

{frank about} what's on your face

I was first introduced to dermaplaning by one of my best friends, and was instantly intrigued. I booked a facial at a plastic surgeons office in Milwaukee and was hooked! Dermaplaning is a painless procedure in which a fine blade is run over your skin, getting ride of the epidermis {dry, dull, dead skin} and also taking off any fine hairs in the process. "Dermaplaning is most often used on patients with rough, dry skin, superficial hyperpigmentation, mild acne scarring, or fine lines and wrinkles. The treatment results in a more refined, smooth, “glowing” appearance." When I had the treatment done it was an added on service that cost about $30 extra. Trained specialists are now charging between $90 and $175 for the service. As I don't have disposable income I took measures into my own hands after watching an Michelle Money talk about a little face saver. 

A product thumbnail of Fromm Facial Hair Razor

Makeup naturally sets better on skin when all 'peach fuzz' is removed. And frankly, we all have some! You want your foundation to sit flush with your skin and hair prevents that from happening, it also makes your powder more visible. These are the ones Michelle used and they are about $5.00 at Sally's Beauty Supply. Note: this is not shaving your face. I only do this about once every 3-4 months. It may seem gross and ridiculous, but do yourself a favor and try it! While you are removing hair you are also removing dead skin. In return this will help your products absorb better into your skin! 

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