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DERMA FLASH, a best-seller and award-winning device, has quickly become a “must have” among many celebrity makeup artists. This revolutionary at-home facial exfoliation tool is credited for its ability to safely remove the oldest layer of skin cells, built-up debris and vellus hair (aka peach fuzz).

Women especially love DERMAFLASH because it instantly creates a flawless canvas for their skincare and makeup. The device works by using a subtle sonic vibration and proprietary Edge.

Celebrity makeup artists Patrick Ta and Daniel Martin call DERMAFLASH 2.0 their new favorite red carpet prep tool. “The device differentiates itself from traditional peach fuzz removers because it also eliminates the oldest layer of dead skin cells, revealing stunning skin directly beneath the surface,” says Daniel Martin, celebrity makeup artist. “It’s my go-to starting point for delivering impeccable skincare and makeup application to my clients.”

Created by a woman for all women, the new and improved 2.0 version has a fresh look and feel, multiple speeds and instantly achieves even better skin-smoothing results. Smooth, radiant, camera-ready skin is instantly revealed in three simple steps.

“As a female entrepreneur, I am constantly striving to create products that empower women to look and feel their best. I am so passionate about the new and improved DERMAFLASH 2.0 as it continues to deliver the unparalleled results that have propelled our success over the last two years with enhanced features and a brilliant new design that make feeling beautiful that much easier,” says Dara Levy, founder of DERMAFLASH.

DERMAFLASH 2.0 is easier to use than ever before. Intuitive design, ergonomic shape and multiple speeds achieve radiant results instantly. DERMAFLASH 2.0 comes pre-charged and loaded with a complimentary Edge.

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