Rated 3.95 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.
I used four of the blades and they worked perfectly. But now I have learned my lesson. Yes. Dermaplaning takes, skill, practice, and care to learn how to correctly do, but now I know the NUMBER ONE thing you should do, when opening a new razor is to INSPECT THE BLADE. WITH EVERY NEW RAZOR. This was the fifth one I pulled out of the pack, and I used it without carefully examining the blade. But I don't think that should be up to the end consumer. That is what quality control is for. I scratched my face, and thought it was my fault, but then when I nicked my forehead (which is going to leave a mark) I looked at the blade, and this is what I found. My face didn't do this to the blade. I don't have the facial hair or skin to do this to a blade. I use them mainly for removing any dry, flaky skin. I am truly disappointed here. Kitsch usually makes very well made products. And like I said this was the fifth one I pulled out of the pack. All of the rest were fine, but now I know to inspect every blade before using. For any brand. Disappointed.
Becca from Phx
Im not new to at-home dermaplaning. I tried these because I really do enjoy most Kitsch products. These are just not a winner. They cut my face in multiple places. They're not safe to use!
Over 50 from PNW
These seem cheap in comoarison with other face razors. I tend to cut myself with them and/or these pull on hairs. Buy the ones that come 3 to a pack and more expensive.
Jb from Austin, TX
Not only are these an excellent value, they work so well and I haven't had any cuts or issues with them at all.
Regina from WA
A razor will give a closer result, but this is great for facial areas are not easy or needed to shave.
CynthiaF from United States
The blade is longer than the others I've used. Also much sharper. But I managed to cut myself. I'm not used to it being so sharp. But I do love Kitsch products!!! I use their bar shampoo & conditioner also!!! Less plastic is so much better.
JohnG from United States
I've used a lot of razors and either have had issues cutting me, burning after, or didn't get the job done. I'm in love with this brand after trying hair products from them I was hooked. These take off peach fuzz like no other and they trim your brows like no other if you are looking for a cheap pack I recommend these!
Violeta from undisclosed
I was lured to them because they said eco-friendly. Honestly though, I can't find a single eco-friendly thing about them, which is a shame, because they work great. They're basically little plastic handles, designed to be thrown out. They create additional waste and plastic pollution, which I might not care about if it didn't specifically say eco-friendly in the item title on this very website.
That said, they do work well, and if they were, I don't know, bamboo handles or kitsch had a recycling program where you could send them back, I would like them much more and would actually be interested in buying more.
ShelbyH from United States
The most important thing about derma planing is getting one that does pull and cause issues with folks that have acne! These are the BEST!
Skincare lover from Nashville
The WORST blades i have every tried. First of all these blades are dull and sharp blades are key to a good dermaplane. Second you have to go over the same area multiple times and even after that i can still peach fuzz missed in certain angles.
Ree from RI
I gave a middling review of these before and showed the blade that scratched me and showed the defective blade but gave them the benefit of the doubt. Two blades later, and I did inspect this one, it still left a SLICE in my skin. I have been microblading my face for a couple of years now and even the cheap Schick or AOA blades have never done this to my skin. I am throwing the rest of these away and will not be buying them again. this is literal damage to my face and after all the work I have done to clear it from scarring and it was getting extremely well, now this. I am angry, disappointed and literally hurt. I DO NOT recommend these.
Lexi from Cincinnati
It would be helpful if they provided directions/how to use. Considering it's a blade for your face. It doesn't even state how many uses before tossing it.
Amoreno from Washington,Washington
Cuts all over. Dont buy.
StephanieK from Canada
These do what they say. I've had trouble with other brands not being sharp enough and irritating my skin. Luckily no issues with these ones. If you shave your face and have sensitive skin I recommend you try these.
RachelR from United States
Blades dull very fast after 1-2 uses and gave me some knicks and cuts if I tried to use more than 1-2 times.
Competitor brands I've experienced have a longer life.
America from Tyler,Tx
These make it so easy to not only dermaplane ( please use an oil, it makes it much easier!) but to also control my PCOS hair that constantly happens on my chin and jawline.
Jill from Seattle
While hopeful, the 'holder portion' of the tool left scratches on my face. The dermaplaner had no effect on my peach fuzz.
kmarieme from UT
Please go see an esthetician for dermaplaning. These are horrible for your skin!
Leslie from San Francisco
I do not recommend these razors. A blunt blade is more dangerous than a sharp blade. These snagged on my skin more than a unguarded razor.
Mair from Sequim Wa
These are handy and work well!! A great way to exfoliate and remove hair without spending a fortune!
ChrystalR from United States
These are awesome! They are very gentle on your skin.
calicatmom from socal
while yes there are better razors out there... these are an excellent choice if you're on a budget... these last me a long time even my bf will use them
I use them 2 times max and clean them with alcohol and then put olive oil right after on the blade...
I have gotten some dull ones I'm not gonna lie.. but there are so many in the pack I just grab a different one ... I also have sensitive skin to metal this one doesn't irritate my skin at all like others have... just give them a try
Aleacia from Madison wi
I opened the package and pulled out the first one and started cutting my face! There was a piece of metal rusty was turned and have scratches on my face. I stopped using! These feel very cheap and i wouldn't recommend.
Kim from Woodinville, WA
These are pretty much worthless. Super dull.
Juztamom from Kentucky
These are not the best for facial shaving. It pulls the skin causing nicks and cuts but leaves behind a lot of peach fuzz and hair.