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Fact: You need to be exfoliating, and often. Any beauty lover knows by now the importance of exfoliation. Doing so regularly helps with all things necessary to have a near-perfect complexion. Think: treating acne, smoothing wrinkles and skin texture, and stimulating collagen production over time. However, sometimes an at-home chemical peel or serum just doesn’t give the satisfying tangible results needed to feel as though we’re *actually* doing something good for our skin. Enter: The Dermaflash Luxe+ Anti-Aging Exfoliation Device ($160) that removes dead skin cells and build-up that you can physically see being removed as the device works its magic. A skincare device that has satisfying results and effortlessly exfoliates the skin? And it’s currently on sale? Sign us up.


Dermaflash Luxe+

Originally $228, now $160

Pros:

  • Easy to clean
  • User-friendly
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Simultaneously adds a sculpted effect

Cons:

  • Pricey but on sale

About the Dermaflash Luxe+

The Dermaflash exfoliates through dermaplaning, which is just the fancy name for removing the top layer of dead skin cells, peach fuzz, and everything else you don’t want sitting on your skin. It sort of looks like a high-tech razor and uses a small, gentle (emphasis on gentle) blade. It’s much more effective and better for the environment than using a one-time disposable blade that you can find at the drugstore and has a sonic technology that helps glide across the face with much more ease.

Plus, the benefits of physically exfoliating with the device can improve the efficacy of your skincare and makeup routine. By removing the top layer of build-up, your favorite serums can sink in better and your foundation and concealer will appear more airbrushed.

If you already use disposable razors, this is a sign to make the investment now while the Dermaflash device is on sale. Normally, it’s $228, but from May 19 to May 27, it’s available for $160 at QVC, which is still pricey, but if you plan on using it once per week, the cost per use is only $3 with the sale (that’s elite girl math for you!).

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