I finally just got it through the mail and I love it so far. I would really recommend this for beginners and others. Especially if they are a little bit careless. I was a bit careless and made 2 mini cuts, which is surprising because usually, I would have a lot more cuts. But they heal very fast because I know what to do with them.
In the photo, it's not an actual picture of mine. It's like a screenshot of the one provided for us because I'm too lazy to show mine. If you look closely you can see that it has a comb-like blade on top of the knife which is really smart and really helpful because this actually prevents them from actually cutting into your skin usually aestheticians use a scalpel in order to get all the peach fuzz a.k.a. the Vellus hair removed. But if you're a man then this blade is not for you. I'm sorry but men's facial hair is basically terminal hair, a.k.a. permanent hair (please look up the definition I really don't want to explain it ) basically, it's not peach fuzz you guys have instead of thicker hair on your face, like the ones on your eyebrows, your hair and more. If you want to get your face derma plane, you can always go to the nearest barber some of these barbers do provide this service provide the service
of derma-planing, but if you want to do it at home you will need to use a barbers blade and upward strokes, no matter what. Since men have thicker facial skin(and maybe body hair as well)and facial hair than women.
However, if you're a woman that has thicker peach fuzz ordered the few that you have terminal hair say you can also use the barber blades but's it's very sharp, and do not recommend it if you're not a professional, or have not been taught her trained how to use it.
But if you're too careless, and cannot properly dispose of it, do not get scalpels, and barber blades because you can really make deep cuts into the skin. Also, remember that scalpels are used in medical surgeries, and barber blades are been trained and taught by professionals.
And there are even Derma-planing tools that do sell it without the protective blade on top of the blade. If you're not careful, you can really cut yourself and a lot of people have regrets for not doing the proper research. If you decide to get really cheap ones like let's say eyebrow razor notice hold the tooth of it is very wide and sharp because it will make you have micro cuts and you'll have mini micro scars.
But if you use acid exfoliants, not physical ones, then over time it will help with the hyperpigmentation and may help with some scar appearance but if you had like a huge deep scar, you need laser treatment.
I'm not saying this because I'm endorsed or anything but I actually feel like this is one of the best ones we have in the market. So far it like very convenient and beginner-friendly you can even take it out of the handle and use it to just shave or like shape your eyebrows a little bit if you want or that mini mustache you have. Do not at all mean derma-plane before putting on makeup because you're making your skin break out even more you're not letting your skin breeze a bit because remember this is also exfoliating. And if you look carefully at other companies you can see either a similar or differences. If the protection, blade is too wide, sharp, thin, weak, and thick (for example eyebrow razier ) you can have either many mini cuts on your face that of different lengths, deep cuts, or many other problems. Also, if your arguments are like oh I can find cheaper for a bunch of them think carefully you just need to keep the wand and you just need to replace the top in the long run. That's actually safer for you and more convenient for you because I know you don't have enough room to put all those bundles away. Also, those very cheap ones that come with bundles. They're not that safe and they can cut you really badly. I have an experience that I had dealt with that it's not worth it. There's even a derma plane that is being charged $75 right now for being a derma blade with a lightbulb. You still need to replace the blade by the way.
Honestly, buying this product is actually worth your money and if you don't buy it and you don't like it that's fine. I speak this with my personal and professional opinion it's really up to you if you want to take it or not.