Dermaplaning is basically a fancy way of saying shaving your face with a super sharp blade to remove peach fuzz and dead skin cells, and while it's typically done by an aesthetician or dermatologist, there are a bunch of new products hitting the market that make attempting it at home easy. And though a razor to the face sounds a bit scary at first, aesthetician Mary Schook assures that "dermaplaning is very gentle when done correctly. It doesn’t cause inflammation or disrupt the delicate pH balance of the skin the way that microdermabrasion and peels can."
This kit includes a cleanser to prep with (though your regular one will work just fine, so long as it's not exfoliating), a sonic vibration device with a small blade to painlessly shave off Hair and dull cells, and a calming moisturizer to finish with. Use it once a week, and make sure to switch out the blade each time.
Dermaflash Facial Exfoliating Device, $189, available at Sephora.