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DERMAFLASH - Dermapore Ultrasonic Pore Extractor & Serum Infuser is a product worth investing in. I first heard about it from Tati Westbrook when she was still on YouTube. This was at the start of the pandemic when I was starting to get restless and wasn’t budgeting too much. The product itself is a bit pricey but for what it is doing, I wouldn’t recommend a dupe. It works terrific for pushing excess product and any goop outta your pores — especially on and around the nose. I use it on my boyfriend all the time (it’s super satisfying because so much goops comes out that I know it’s really working!) If you’re a self proclaimed face picker like me (sad face) this is a great way to stop picking. I find myself putting my trust and OCD into this powerful pulsator instead of poking my skin. Definitely would recommend!
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EmilyWhitneyRN
Gentle exfoliator for sensitive skin 👌🏻
DERMAFLASH - Dermapore Ultrasonic Pore Extractor & Serum Infuser 𝗪𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐢𝐭 𝐢𝐬:⁣ A two-in-one skincare device that uses ultrasonic waves at 33,000 Hz per second⁣ to unclog pores and infuse your favorite skincare products.⁣ ⁣ Dermapore offers 𝐭𝐰𝐨 𝐦𝐨𝐝𝐞𝐬 for a customized treatment experience: ⁣ 𝐄𝐱𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐜𝐭 𝐌𝐨𝐝𝐞 - cleans your skin by removing dirt, oil, and blackheads.⁣ 𝐈𝐧𝐟𝐮𝐬𝐞 𝐌𝐨𝐝𝐞 - enhances the penetration of active ingredients.⁣ ⁣ 𝐇𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐨 𝐮𝐬𝐞:⁣ 1. Press the Power Button once to activate Extract Mode which is indicated by a steady vibration and white light.⁣ 2. Apply gentle, yet firm pressure as you glide the device over your face and neck. Pay particular attention to congested areas.⁣ 3. After using Extract Mode, wipe the device clean with alcohol or soap and water to prepare the device for use in Infuse Mode.⁣ 4. Apply your favorite serum or moisturizer.⁣ 5. Press the Power Button twice to activate Infuse Mode which is indicated by a tapping vibration and blue light.⁣ 6. Using the flat portion of the spatula, glide dermapore over your serum or moisturizer—the ultrasonic vibration enhances penetration of the active ingredients in your skincare to help them work more effectively.⁣ ⁣ I have been using Dermapore for months now, and I absolutely love it. It took 2-3 runs to figure out how to use it effectively. I was honestly quite surprised by how effective this product was at unclogging my pores. I have a congested and very oily T-zone and this little charm cleans out 90% of the gunk from my nose with ease. I don’t steam my face and straightly just wet my face and it still works great. I keep a small spray bottle at hand and spritz my face to keep my skin wet throughout the process. I like to use a little pressure with the spatula as it helps push the water into the skin and in turn pushing excess dirt/oil buildup out of my pores. It’s kind of gross but incredibly satisfying and gives you the results you’d expect from a professionally done facial.⁣ ⁣ If you have very minimal blackheads or whiteheads, this may not be that worth it. But if you’re someone who has oily skin that constantly deals with comedones, this can be a game-changer for you.
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Melissa
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Hang on to your gosh darn horses, because I have a pretty scathing review today. I’m pretty fricken’ hairy. Kids in elementary school used to call me, “Gorilla Glacys.” In recent years, I’ve taken up dermaplaning since it was the easiest and least painless way to remove my facial hair and it made makeup application so much smoother. In case you were unsure, shaved hair growing back thicker and darker is a myth! Trust me— all of my hair is as thick and dark as can be. That being said, I dermaplane at least once a week with a brow razor, so I was readily on board when I got the opportunity to try out a Dermaflash device. I received a Dermaflash device (In the wrong color— They were supposed to send me one in pink.), four refill cartridges, the Preflash Cleanser, Postflash moisturizer, SPF 50, peeling pads, and a charging base and wall adapter (But no cord.) I’ll be blunt— these products are pretty much useless. The instructions on the cleanser say something about working up a lather, but it doesn’t lather at all. It’s also filmy and takes a lot of effort to wash off, much like Glossier Milk Jelly Cleanser, which I’m not a fan of. Then I got around to actually using the device. It did nothing but irritate my skin. Remember, I dry shave my face on the regular, so it’s not like my skin is unaccustomed to it. I couldn’t get the device to remove any hair unless I went against the grain, and even then, I was lucky if I got anything off. I gave up and used my brow razor instead. I figured I could at least try the rest of the skincare products, so I used a peeling pad. It burned my already agitated skin. I stopped right there, and just to be safe, I rewashed my face and did my skincare routine with my own products. Bottom line, the Dermaflash is utterly useless and overpriced, and you’re better off buying a multipack of brow razors from Marshall’s.
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HeartShapedVanity
Hang on to your gosh darn horses, because I have a pretty scathing review today. I’m pretty fricken’ hairy. Kids in elementary school used to call me, “Gorilla Glacys.” In recent years, I’ve taken up dermaplaning since it was the easiest and least painless way to remove my facial hair and it made makeup application so much smoother. In case you were unsure, shaved hair growing back thicker and darker is a myth! Trust me— all of my hair is as thick and dark as can be. That being said, I dermaplane at least once a week with a brow razor, so I was readily on board when I got the opportunity to try out a Dermaflash device. I received a Dermaflash device (In the wrong color— They were supposed to send me one in pink.), four refill cartridges, the Preflash Cleanser, Postflash moisturizer, SPF 50, peeling pads, and a charging base and wall adapter (But no cord.) I’ll be blunt— these products are pretty much useless. The instructions on the cleanser say something about working up a lather, but it doesn’t lather at all. It’s also filmy and takes a lot of effort to wash off, much like Glossier Milk Jelly Cleanser, which I’m not a fan of. Then I got around to actually using the device. It did nothing but irritate my skin. Remember, I dry shave my face on the regular, so it’s not like my skin is unaccustomed to it. I couldn’t get the device to remove any hair unless I went against the grain, and even then, I was lucky if I got anything off. I gave up and used my brow razor instead. I figured I could at least try the rest of the skincare products, so I used a peeling pad. It burned my already agitated skin. I stopped right there, and just to be safe, I rewashed my face and did my skincare routine with my own products. Bottom line, the Dermaflash is utterly useless and overpriced, and you’re better off buying a multipack of brow razors from Marshall’s.
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HeartShapedVanity
Hang on to your gosh darn horses, because I have a pretty scathing review today. I’m pretty fricken’ hairy. Kids in elementary school used to call me, “Gorilla Glacys.” In recent years, I’ve taken up dermaplaning since it was the easiest and least painless way to remove my facial hair and it made makeup application so much smoother. In case you were unsure, shaved hair growing back thicker and darker is a myth! Trust me— all of my hair is as thick and dark as can be. That being said, I dermaplane at least once a week with a brow razor, so I was readily on board when I got the opportunity to try out a Dermaflash device. I received a Dermaflash device (In the wrong color— They were supposed to send me one in pink.), four refill cartridges, the Preflash Cleanser, Postflash moisturizer, SPF 50, peeling pads, and a charging base and wall adapter (But no cord.) I’ll be blunt— these products are pretty much useless. The instructions on the cleanser say something about working up a lather, but it doesn’t lather at all. It’s also filmy and takes a lot of effort to wash off, much like Glossier Milk Jelly Cleanser, which I’m not a fan of. Then I got around to actually using the device. It did nothing but irritate my skin. Remember, I dry shave my face on the regular, so it’s not like my skin is unaccustomed to it. I couldn’t get the device to remove any hair unless I went against the grain, and even then, I was lucky if I got anything off. I gave up and used my brow razor instead. I figured I could at least try the rest of the skincare products, so I used a peeling pad. It burned my already agitated skin. I stopped right there, and just to be safe, I rewashed my face and did my skincare routine with my own products. Bottom line, the Dermaflash is utterly useless and overpriced, and you’re better off buying a multipack of brow razors from Marshall’s.
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HeartShapedVanity

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Hang on to your gosh darn hors
Hang on to your gosh darn horses, because I have a pretty scathing review today. I’m pretty fricken’ hairy. Kids in elementary school used to call me, “Gorilla Glacys.” In recent years, I’ve taken up dermaplaning since it was the easiest and least painless way to remove my facial hair and it made makeup application so much smoother. In case you were unsure, shaved hair growing back thicker and darker is a myth! Trust me— all of my hair is as thick and dark as can be. That being said, I dermaplane at least once a week with a brow razor, so I was readily on board when I got the opportunity to try out a Dermaflash device. I received a Dermaflash device (In the wrong color— They were supposed to send me one in pink.), four refill cartridges, the Preflash Cleanser, Postflash moisturizer, SPF 50, peeling pads, and a charging base and wall adapter (But no cord.) I’ll be blunt— these products are pretty much useless. The instructions on the cleanser say something about working up a lather, but it doesn’t lather at all. It’s also filmy and takes a lot of effort to wash off, much like Glossier Milk Jelly Cleanser, which I’m not a fan of. Then I got around to actually using the device. It did nothing but irritate my skin. Remember, I dry shave my face on the regular, so it’s not like my skin is unaccustomed to it. I couldn’t get the device to remove any hair unless I went against the grain, and even then, I was lucky if I got anything off. I gave up and used my brow razor instead. I figured I could at least try the rest of the skincare products, so I used a peeling pad. It burned my already agitated skin. I stopped right there, and just to be safe, I rewashed my face and did my skincare routine with my own products. Bottom line, the Dermaflash is utterly useless and overpriced, and you’re better off buying a multipack of brow razors from Marshall’s.
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HeartShapedVanity
Dermaprotect Daily Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 50
DERMAFLASH-Dermaprotect Daily Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 50