Jenna Unwin, founder of Million Dollar Facial, was one of the first dermaplaners in the UK beauty industry. Ever since she started dermaplaning, she wanted to create a tool to help professionals excel. After years of development and in time for the high client demand for the treatment, Jenna has launched the DermaGlide. We caught up with Jenna, to find out more about the industry’s first professional dermaplaning tool.
What is dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a manual facial exfoliation method which deeply exfoliates the dead skin cells and removes the vellus hair, commonly known as peach fuzz. The dermaplaning treatment is now one of the most popular facial services in the industry, the treatment is minimally invasive and its results have caused its popularity to skyrocket.
What are the benefits of dermaplaning?
There are many benefits of dermaplaning. The exfoliating treatment leaves the client’s skin silky smooth and brighter looking. It will also achieve an even skin tone and texture. The treatment is increasingly popular in the summer, leaving clients with a glowing complexion.
Dermaplaning is now one of the most popular facial treatments available in salons, clinics, and spas worldwide.
Why did you want to create the DermaGlide tool?
After years of feedback from thousands of dermaplaning students around the globe, with reports of frustration working around the contours of the face, I wanted to create a tool that technicians could use that was adjustable and multi-use to deliver an enhanced treatment for their clients. The tool would be specifically designed for dermaplaning professionals to ensure they could achieve the best possible results.
How does the DermaGlide differ from normal dermaplaning tools?
The DermaGlide is a lightweight and ergonomic tool. The adjustable hand tool works around the contours of the face making the treatment a lot easier to do by reaching specific angles to exfoliate the tricky areas of the nose, lip and chin. The DermaGlide is also perfect for both left and right-handed technicians making it accessible for all and its rounded shape not only fits perfectly in the hand but is also easily adjustable between the fingers whilst you work. The DermaGlide handle also tapers to a spatula scoop to help administer balm with ease making it a multi-use tool. This can save time and money when doing the dermaplaning treatment.
If you are wanting to add this popular service as a professional to your treatment list, email firstname.lastname@example.org for training or if trained in dermaplaning head to shop.milliondollarfacial.com for the must-have tool.
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