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The Kitsch Pro Dermaplaner Set gently exfoliates facial skin by removing dead skin cells and unwanted hair that can trap dirt and oil.
Rated 4.23 out of 5 stars
I'm a trained esthetician but am not working in a spa. I bought these so I could remove my peach fuzz and dead skin. They work great. You have to hold skin tight and do short sweeping motions at a 45 degree angle. I pull my skin tight at my cheekbone and move down from there at an angle towards my nose to do my cheeks. On my forehead I pull my skin tight at my hairline. On my chin I pull it tight from the sides. If you don't hold the skin tight you're not going to get results. I had a good amount of dead skin left on the razor. I do chemical peels once a month and use products with glycolic acid so those get rid of dead skin too. I don't have a trace of blonde peach fuzz on my face. These should only be used once a month. In the mean time to get rid of the peach fuzz I use the little razors meant for eyebrows and do my cheeks, chin and forehead with those. These are really good. I don't understand the poor ratings. If you aren't getting results it's likely you aren't using them correctly.
Used for full face dermaplaning. While it was easy to use and did remove peach fuzz, it did not exfoliative at all but caused severe irritation of my skin, particularly over bony prominences. Will use for brow shaping, but will not use over my entire face again. Will not repurchase.
Isra from Bellevue
These work but I had a blade just slide off in my hand, they're cheap and not my favorite
vje403 from Oklahoma
These are great!! I love that they're disposable & they work better than the electric dermaplaners I have tried (and subsequently returned). BE CAREFUL though & go slow or you will end up with knicks on your skin. I love these & will continue to purchase when I run out.
Li from portland
I don't usually leave bad reviews of things but ive used multiple different brands of dermaplaners with no issues. with these i ended up with nicks and cuts all over my face :( I do have sensitive skin so if you do too I would steer clear ouch ouch ouch
D from Orange county, CA
I wouldn't suggest these. They look cute but the blades are dull & irritate your skin. The only way to get a clean swipe would be to require to go over the small areas multiple times, which is not something you typically want to do with dermaplaning
Julie from Ohio
I've had other brands of this item that work so much better. These don't remove anything. They aren't sharp and won't remove hair.
Natalie from Illinois
This is so perfect to give to your friends who are obsessed with skincare plus it makes your faces looked so good when you use it right. I use it at least once a month and is in all my bags.
Kayla from US
These are great! I'm assuming the bad reviews are people using them wrong! These are by far the most inexpensive but most effective derma planers I've used
Allie from Kentucky
I dont know why there are any bad reviews. This is literally the best at home dermaplanning I've ever used!
Laffy Taffy from Colorado Springs
I have been using various blades for years. I purchased this set based on the reviews and I would not recommend them at all. The are quite full compared to all the other blades I have tried. I gave two stars because they did work just enough for me to not throw them in the trash, but look forward to the day when I have used them all and can purchase sharper blade that do the job.
Lizzee from Detroit area
These are awful! The first one didn't work well. The second one broke apart and the edge cut my face. I will be tossing the rest out because I won't walk around with cuts on my face a second time! Don't waste your money. They are either not assembled correctly or weren't glued together.
Suddy from LancCo PA
I have used other brands of this type of product with zero issue. I decided to try this brand based on price. It's true…you get what you pay for. I used these 2 times and both times it basically skinned my face! It left microcuts everywhere I used it that bled. Please don't use these.
Kathryn from Undisclosed
I loved them so much I bought a pack as a gift for a friend. Great quality!
Skinglow from Illinois
These are really good and affordable! If you are having trouble taking the hair off your face with oil try doing it with an Aloe Vera gel. I tried it out with the gel and an oil and I liked both.
Sparkly eyeballs from US
These aren't sharp and tug at the skin and rip hair out. Not very good, will return
M from WI
This is a great starter dermaplaner and you can't beat getting 12 in the package. It's very safe for anyone to learn to dermaplane their own face. For those having problems with this product - rinse off the buildup from the blade as you go over your face.
Madison from Wisconsin
Was looking forward to using these, as I love the KITSCH brand, but disappointed when I finally used these and are the dullest face razor I have ever used. Practically kill your skin trying to use these things.
Ashley from Texas
The dullest razor I've ever used, I recommend the schich razors over this.
Kris from MD
I bought this in a pinch. They are not good just feel so dull. Do not remotely compare to tinkle razors
kinana from Alaska
I'm not an esthetician or anything, so when I first looked up how to use facial razors, most people were using them with a facial oil. I tried it out and was not happy with my experience or results, and was tempted to return them until I watched an actual esthetician use them. She used hers dry and made sure the skin was completely dry before starting. I washed my face, toned, shaved, toned, and applied vit c+moisturizer and my face has never felt better. My skin was a bit irritated the second time, but way less than the first time. I would highly recommend using them this way :))
Hal from Ohio
Some of the most dull razors I've ever used. I do not recommend. You'll cut your face before you get any hair off.
kells from indiana
these don't work!
Ale from —
It does its job decently but the blades are a bit too dull for my liking and so doesn't remove the hair as well/requires more drags across the skin and so causes the areas to be a bit more irritated than when I use other razors. It's cheap though so...it's alright.
Gala from PA, US
They skip, drag, pull at and irritated my skin, even when used with a facial oil. I've had better performance with random facial razors from TJ Maxx, honestly.
Kim from San Diego, CA
These did not scratch me at all and removed all the peach fuzz off my face without any irritation.