Is the Flawless Dermaplane GLŌ a razor?
Dermaplane GLŌ is a revolutionary lighted facial exfoliator that uses a Japanese Stainless Steel exfoliating edge with a patented safety guard to remove dead skin and oils from your pores. GLO also offers the added benefit of removing Vellus Hair (or peach fuzz) from your face.
What is Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a method of exfoliation that gently removes the layer of dull, dead skin cells and vellus hair (or peach fuzz) in order to reveal a smoother, brighter complexion. For makeup lovers, this process allows your products to glide on like a dream.
Will Dermaplaning make my hair grow back thicker and darker?
No hair will not grow back thicker or darker. This is because the Dermaplane GLŌ works on the surface of the skin, not the root. Therefore, hair texture will not change.
Is it safe on sensitive skin?
Dermaplane Glo is gentle enough to use on all skin types. However, you should avoid use on active acne, raised areas like moles, and inflamed skin.
Why are Dermaplane GLŌ Heads single use only?
Dermaplane Glo's exfoliating heads are single use due to hygiene reasons. You should never use an exfoliation tool or device twice. It may reintroduce dead skin and bacteria into your pores after they have been removed.
My Dermaplane GLO isn't vibrating. What’s wrong?
Dermaplane GLO is designed like the professional-grade devices used by Estheticians and board-certified Dermatologists. These professionals do not use vibrating dermaplane devices because they do not yield the same level of precision and control as a static, non-vibrating dermaplaning wand.
To create a gentle and safe do-it-yourself professional-grade exfoliation edge, we wrapped the Japanese Stainless Steele edge with an ultra-fine guard, then fitted it with an LED light-pipe so you never miss a spot.
Flawless Dermaplane GLO has been reviewed nationally by top Dermatologists and earned the esteemed Dermatologist Approved seal for being safe and effective device.
Before Use, watch our Expert Esthetician Tutorial on How to Dermaplane at: https://bit.ly/2luGxMs.