Instructions: Use up to once a week. Beginning at the top of the cheekbone near the hairline, hold your skin taut behind the blade and, holding the blade at a 45¬∞ angle, gently glide the tool towards the chin using short strokes. Continue until you have resurfaced the entire cheek and jaw. Repeat light strokes on the chin, above the lips, and on the forehead. Do not go over any area more than twice
Blade design allows for maximum blade surface. Patented safety guard protects skin from injury
Handle designed to have the perfect weight for easier blade control
Removes dead skin and peach fuzz
Softens skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines, allowing makeup to go on more smoothly
Helps serums and peels penetrate more effectively
Perfect for all skin types and skin conditions except those with active pustular acne
Please note: Do not use on eyelids, eyebrows, hairlines, sides of nose, or lips. Always make sure you have the cap on before removing the blade. Keep out of reach of children
Made in China
Stainless steel, plastic
One dermaplaning tool with one blade
Blades should be replaced monthly with regular use
Dermaplaning at home is made easier thanks to this professional-grade tool. Created by a licensed aesthetician, the stainless steel blade makes quick work of peach fuzz and dead skin cells to leave smooth, bright skin behind. It also makes for better absorption of serums and moisturizer. The handle was designed for maximum control and comfort to help you get the just-right angle, and a safety guard helps protect skin from nicks.
StackedSkincare® founder Kerry Benjamin has made dermaplaning at home possible for women who want to look their best, but don’t want to add a facial appointment to their to-do lists. A licensed aesthetician, Kerry used her skills to create pro-grade facial tools that easily deliver glowing results.
The dermaplaning blade removes dry skin cells and peach fuzz, leaving brighter, smoother skin behind. It’s a popular treatment that is typically done by a pro. But Kerry made the tool easy to handle, and added a safety guard to protect skin from nicks. The micro-exfoliation roller is prickly, like a microneedling experience that can boost skin cell growth and minimize early signs of aging. Both of these tools should not be used on active acne or irritated skin. And though the dermaplaning blade takes a bit of practice, the fresh-faced results are more than worth it. To quell redness and soothe puffiness, the facial ice roller goes from the freezer to your skin to deliver cooling relief.
We appreciate how user-friendly these tools are (thank you, Kerry), and were impressed with how great our skin looked and felt after using them.