This anti-aging treatment uses advanced Sonic Edge Technology to instantly and safely remove the oldest layer of dead skin cells and peach fuzz.
Proprietary Safety Features
Award-Winning Sonic Technology
FLASHING doesn’t change the hair follicle, so peach fuzz grows back just as it was—no thicker, no faster.
Sonic dermaplaning is safer, gentler and more effective than using a disposable face razor. Plus, it’s clinically proven to reduce the look of wrinkles.
LUXE+ sonic dermaplaning features a proprietary safety cage so the Edge glides over the curves of your face, navigating effortlessly in any direction. No nicks, cuts or irritation. Zero downtime.
LUXE+ Award-Winning Sonic Technology exfoliates dead skin cells and removes build-up and vellus hair, instantly revealing a fresh layer of smooth, glowing skin. FLASHING 1X per week is clinically proven to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles.Shop now
I have been using DERMAFLASH LUXE+ for 5 months and could not be more pleased with the results! After using, my skin looks instantly radiant, and wrinkles have definitely diminished overtime. Totally lives up to the hype. Highly recommend!
Nope. It’s clinically proven peach fuzz will NOT grow back thicker, darker or faster after you FLASH. In fact, the only thing that can affect hair growth is hormones or hormonal conditions.
LUXE+ award-winning sonic technology provides smoother, safer, anti-aging exfoliation. Proprietary safety features prevent nicks and cuts while delivering med spa quality results and enhanced cellular turnover.
Dermaplaning won’t help with hormonal or cystic acne, but it does promote clear skin by exfoliating dead skin cells and removing debris which can contribute to breakouts. To prevent the spread of acne-causing bacteria, always use a fresh Edge every time you FLASH.
Yes, the NEW Microfine Edges™ can be used in your LUXE or ONE device.
No. While the previous Edges may fit into the NEW LUXE+, they WILL NOT EJECT. You risk damaging your NEW LUXE+ if you attempt to use old Edges in your new device.