Derma Flash Facial Exfoliating System || First Impressions

Derma flash review

DERMAFLASH – It’s a spa inspired kit, that helps to gently exfoliated the skin, removes dead skin and even that pesky peach fuzz. Lets just say Fuzzy to fabulous in a flash??

Well, when it comes to skin care I love keeping it simple and super effective at the same time. As much as I would love to get regular facials and fancy treatments done, I always find myself occupied and lazy to make my way to the med spas and salons. So having a device (Dermaflash*) that promises to give the fantastic results of dermaplaning at home is just marvelous.

So what exactly is Dermaflash? 

To be completely honest, when I received the Device I had no idea what it was all about and as a matter of fact didn’t even know it existed until it landed in my hands. And then began the extensive research of what exactly it was. 



“DERMAFLASH is a first-in-class at-home, patented, safe, hygienic, exfoliating device inspired by dermaplaning, a procedure available only in medical spas or doctor’s offices, which refinishes skin by removing dead skin cells and built-up debris. The device also gently removes facial hair for smooth, luminous, and youthful-looking skin. WHAT DOES IT DO? DERMAFLASH was made specifically for women. DERMAFLASH Facial Exfoliating Device comfortably and discreetly sweeps away skin imperfections, dullness, and peach fuzz with a subtle sonic vibration. In just three simple steps, it gently removes dead cells, debris, and fine hair from the cheeks, jawline, lip area, chin, and forehead. It is safe for all skin types, skin colors, and ages. DERMAFLASH immediately unveils smoother, more vibrant, and younger-looking skin in the comfort of your own home. Prep is a pretreatment cleanser and Soothe is a nourishing hydrator for use immediately after using DERMAFLASH”

The set contains :

–  Prep Cleanser  0.8 oz
– Soothe Hydrating Moisturizer 0.8 oz
– DERMAFLASH Facial Exfoliating Device 
– Charging base 
– Line cord 
– 6 x DERMAFLASH Exfoliating Edges – To perform DERMAFLASH 


I didn’t realize I had so much hair on my face until I used this, haha. When I started using it I felt it was more like a ‘fancy’ gentle facial hair trimmer and nothing more than that. But as I progressed with it all over my face I did feel that it kind of exfoliated my face and left it feeling a bit sensitive. Not sensitive in a  bad rashy way but more so sensitive to the touch way if that makes sense. 

Once I was done, I really expected my skin to reveal the hidden glow immediately, which this device promises to brings out. But unlike the demo models who were radiating like a mega watt light bulb there was nothing radiant about my skin that moment. Though it did reveal the hidden scars and spots that were maybe concealed by my peach fuzz. But none the less it did make my skin look a lot clearer and felt super soft the other day. I also felt that the texture of my skin was a lot more even and all that exfoliation made up for a joyful skincare routine experience and makeup application. 

Although the device retails for $189 and the replenish kit retails for $49. It can add up to be a comparatively expensive device. However if compared with the results of one dermaplaning facial session it is definitely worth the investment for a skincare junkie. 


Its a wonderful device for anyone who has a lot of peach fuzz and is conscious of their facial hair. But at the same time I think it is not meant for every one, since it can get a bit harsh, mmm harsh is a strong word, a bit too powerful for someone who has relatively sensitive skin. Also, I feel those small facial razors (like this one) would work almost exactly the same minus the extra safety feature that this device guarantees and those “sonic vibrations”. If you think you can slither down your face without bruising it then you can totally skip this device and get the results in a fraction of a price.  Otherwise it is a wonderful skincare investment.

Shop this post :

*This post contains PR Samples, kindly gifted by influenster

Follow(function(d, s, id) {var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if (d.getElementById(id)) return;js = d.createElement(s); = id;js.src = “”;fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, “script”, “bloglovin-sdk”))