The Dermaplaning Cerazor is a tool specially designed for use at home. Even though it is constructed differently than a conventional razor, it looks like your average shaving razor and is just as easy to use. With the Dermaplaning Cerazor, you will achieve perfect results on your first try.
At the heart of the Dermaplaning Cerazor is the patented exfoliator, which consists of three specially shaped and extremely sharp ceramic blades. These blades are designed to deliver optimal dermaplaning each time:
On the skin side, the blades of the exfoliator have flat, supporting surfaces which perform two very important functions. Firstly, the flat surfaces of the blades glide gently on the skin and protect the skin from sharp contact with the sharp edges of the blade and thus from injury. The second function is an important additional ingredient. This ingredient is pure water! The water acts as a glue: it pulls the flat surfaces of the blades very close to the skin and positions the edges of the blades at the optimal distance and angle for perfect dermaplaning. That’s why you need to wet your face with pure water while using the Dermaplaning Cerazor, and that’s also why you do not need prior practice to use it: the Dermaplaning Cerazor will automatically and properly position the blades for you every time and on any spot of the face!
During use, the ultra-sharp edges of the blades remove a very thin layer of the outermost dead skin cells. One passage with the Dermaplaning Cerazor results in a very light peeling of the facial tissue. With additional passages, further skin layers are removed, intensifying the result. After nine or more passages, the peeling intensity rivals that of chemical peels—but, of course, without the harmful chemicals! Multiple passages allow you to precisely control and adjust the intensity of your specific dermaplaning. The exfoliator also removes soft facial hair, instantly making your skin silky and smooth.
How it works:
|A. The patented ceramic blades of the Dermaplaning Cerazor have flat supporting surfaces that glide on the skin and protect the skin from injury.|
|B. The ultra-sharp edges of the blades remove a thin layer of dead skin cells with each passage. With additional passages, further skin layers are removed, intensifying the peeling effect.|
The ceramic exfoliator of the Dermaplaning Cerazor remains sharp for a very long time, never rusts, and can serve you well for several years. Since it has no metal parts, the Dermaplaning Cerazor does not trigger any chromium or nickel allergies, as is the case with conventional metal blades. The swinging head of the Dermaplaning Cerazor is narrow but flexible and works well in difficult areas such as on and around the nose, lips, or eyes.
Cleaning the Dermaplaning Cerazor is very easy: Simply rinse it under running water and the ceramic blade will be clean again. However, be careful not to drop your Dermaplaning Cerazor, not to apply pressure to it, and not to knock it against hard surfaces. These accidents can break the ceramic blade of your Dermaplaning Cerazor.