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GoodThoughts
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Dermaplaning?

Has anyone tried dermaplaning? The peach fuzz on my jawline is suddenly noticeable and I’m looking at dermaplaning as an option. Has anyone done it? I’m worried about the regrowth feeling stubbly.

ETA: If you have other suggestions, I’d love to hear them!

Message edited 9/27/2019 6:52:42 PM.

Posted 9/27/19 12:28 PM
 
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BargainMama
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Dermaplaning?

I use something similar on my peach fuzz on my cheeks, doesn't make it stubbly. I started laser hair removal for the stubbly crap, like my upper lip. Hoping that works! I do see improvement after one treatment.

Posted 9/27/19 7:54 PM
 

GoodThoughts
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Re: Dermaplaning?

Posted by BargainMama

I use something similar on my peach fuzz on my cheeks, doesn't make it stubbly. I started laser hair removal for the stubbly crap, like my upper lip. Hoping that works! I do see improvement after one treatment.



What are you using on the peach fuzz?

Posted 9/27/19 10:15 PM
 

BargainMama
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Re: Dermaplaning?

Posted by GoodThoughts

Posted by BargainMama

I use something similar on my peach fuzz on my cheeks, doesn't make it stubbly. I started laser hair removal for the stubbly crap, like my upper lip. Hoping that works! I do see improvement after one treatment.



What are you using on the peach fuzz?



I don't know the name, but it's an electric very skinny shaver thing made for that purpose. I think I got it at Target a few years ago

Posted 9/28/19 5:59 PM
 

Bonsai
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Dermaplaning?

Twinkle razors. Tj max sells them or amazon. No stubble. Makes skin soft and makeup look better.

Posted 9/29/19 9:05 AM
 

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Re: Dermaplaning?

Posted by BargainMama

Posted by GoodThoughts

Posted by BargainMama

I use something similar on my peach fuzz on my cheeks, doesn't make it stubbly. I started laser hair removal for the stubbly crap, like my upper lip. Hoping that works! I do see improvement after one treatment.



What are you using on the peach fuzz?



I don't know the name, but it's an electric very skinny shaver thing made for that purpose. I think I got it at Target a few years ago



Does it grow back ? I would be afraid of “shaving” it and it growing back in like a mans beard

Posted 9/29/19 11:50 AM
 

BargainMama
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Re: Dermaplaning?

Posted by PhyllisNJoe

Posted by BargainMama

Posted by GoodThoughts

Posted by BargainMama

I use something similar on my peach fuzz on my cheeks, doesn't make it stubbly. I started laser hair removal for the stubbly crap, like my upper lip. Hoping that works! I do see improvement after one treatment.



What are you using on the peach fuzz?



I don't know the name, but it's an electric very skinny shaver thing made for that purpose. I think I got it at Target a few years ago



Does it grow back ? I would be afraid of “shaving” it and it growing back in like a mans beard



Peach fuzz grows back as peach fuzz

Posted 9/30/19 9:17 PM
 

MrsE323
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Dermaplaning?

I LOVE dermaplaning but I find it expensive for what it is. I don't do it specifically for the peach fuzz but that is an added benefit that I do enjoy. I love the way it exfoliates my entire face and my skin looks so clean and glowing after. I have not had any trouble with peach fuzz regrowth but I am very blonde so not sure how that plays in.

Posted 10/1/19 7:47 AM
 

liadorbs
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Re: Dermaplaning?

Posted by MrsE323

I LOVE dermaplaning but I find it expensive for what it is. I don't do it specifically for the peach fuzz but that is an added benefit that I do enjoy. I love the way it exfoliates my entire face and my skin looks so clean and glowing after. I have not had any trouble with peach fuzz regrowth but I am very blonde so not sure how that plays in.



I love it too!

It can be cost prohibitive and I found that there was a huge range of prices between spas when I first looked into it but there's so good deals out there.

I'm a brunette and have never had an issue with the peach fuzz growing in any darker than it was before. It was about 4 weeks before the fuzz came back in for me.

Posted 10/14/19 12:07 AM
 

NervousNell
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Re: Dermaplaning?

Posted by liadorbs

Posted by MrsE323

I LOVE dermaplaning but I find it expensive for what it is. I don't do it specifically for the peach fuzz but that is an added benefit that I do enjoy. I love the way it exfoliates my entire face and my skin looks so clean and glowing after. I have not had any trouble with peach fuzz regrowth but I am very blonde so not sure how that plays in.



I love it too!

It can be cost prohibitive and I found that there was a huge range of prices between spas when I first looked into it but there's so good deals out there.

I'm a brunette and have never had an issue with the peach fuzz growing in any darker than it was before. It was about 4 weeks before the fuzz came back in for me.



I've seen commercials for at home tools to do it- do you think those would work as well?

Posted 10/14/19 10:41 AM
 

liadorbs
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Re: Dermaplaning?

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by liadorbs

Posted by MrsE323

I LOVE dermaplaning but I find it expensive for what it is. I don't do it specifically for the peach fuzz but that is an added benefit that I do enjoy. I love the way it exfoliates my entire face and my skin looks so clean and glowing after. I have not had any trouble with peach fuzz regrowth but I am very blonde so not sure how that plays in.



I love it too!

It can be cost prohibitive and I found that there was a huge range of prices between spas when I first looked into it but there's so good deals out there.

I'm a brunette and have never had an issue with the peach fuzz growing in any darker than it was before. It was about 4 weeks before the fuzz came back in for me.



I've seen commercials for at home tools to do it- do you think those would work as well?




I've tried it at home with something from Sephora (can't remember the name) and found that's fine for removing the fuzz, but it didn't remove the dead skin the same way.

Just my two cents, but I found it was just a glorified Tinkle razor.

Posted 10/14/19 11:42 AM
 
 
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