Prep Your Skin For Spring

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Get Your Skin Ready for Spring with Micheal Todd Beauty Sonicsmooth

Get Your Skin Ready for Spring with Micheal Todd Beauty Sonicsmooth

Get Your Skin Ready for Spring with Micheal Todd Beauty Sonicsmooth

Prep Your Skin For Spring by Dermablading at home.

 We have had the mildest winter even by California standards but I am still looking forward to the cherry blossom trees, daffodils, and baby deer that make it into my yard every year.  It is time to start prepping my skin for minimal makeup and a high glow.  Dermablading has been around for a while now.  We do it at the spa for a pretty hefty price!  So I am excited to see all the new tools to get the same results from home.

I will say this isn’t quite the same as getting it done at the spa.  The blading direction is different and I feel like you get a deeper exfoliation when someone else is doing it.  BUT, this comes really close and is a great alternative for spa treatments and stretching out your treatments.

First off, Dermablading is when you exfoliate using a straight razor or scalpel.  It helps remove the top layer of dead flaky skin and all the soft peach fuzz that grows on the face.  This makes makeup and skincare more effective.  I recommend doing it once a week for normal/oily skin and once every two weeks for sensitive skin.  Dermablading is the best right before bed so your skin has time to breathe and soothe itself before applying makeup.

I don’t recommend dermablading with other exfoliation treatments.  If you use retinol, retinoid or Retin A I would stop for 72 hours before and after dermablading.

Now the protocol:

Start by cleansing the skin.  Your skin needs to be totally clean, dry, and free of oils to get the best results.

Next up, create small workspaces with your free hand.  Keep the skin tight between this space.  I like to use tiny, downward strokes to get the best result.  Move your free hand as you finish the box.  (see the video below) On my cheeks, I do two passes one going towards my nose and the other towards my jawline.   Go slow your first few times.

After, I like to wipe off my skin clean and then feel to make sure I didn’t miss any spots.  The skin will feel rough or flaky on spots that you missed.

I finish with a hydrating water gel and cream before hopping into bed.

Skin is left flawless, glowing, and soft!

Check out the video below for more how-to and let me know if you gave it a try! Shop the dermablading tools now.

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I received the Micheal Todd Sonicsmooth as a PR sample.
All opinions are my own and I was not paid for this review.


  1. February 19, 2018 / 5:44 pm

    Wow! This looks like a great product for skin care! I will definitely be checking this out!

  2. February 20, 2018 / 3:09 pm

    Dermaplaning makes such a huge difference! My skin always looks a lot better and feels amazing afterward. My skincare is also way more affective as a result.

  3. February 21, 2018 / 9:56 am

    Nothing preps your skin like dermablading! I know a lot of women stay away from this out of the fear that their hair will grow back thicker but it won’t!!! I have been doing this for years! My grandmother did this and she looked 20 years younger than she was when she was 80! Excellent post <3

    • February 21, 2018 / 11:27 am

      Thanks for the comment! I agree I hear so many times your hair will grow back thicker. ? Nope. Hair is genetic and dermablading won’t change genetics!

  4. kabernathy
    March 1, 2018 / 7:08 am

    exfoliation.yaaaaas, you get it..

  5. mommyingbabyt
    March 6, 2018 / 9:46 am

    Bwahahahahahaha, 25! Oh how I love you Jodie! The shaving is awesome for exfoliation I think the first person I heard doing it was Caroline Manzo on the Real Housewives of NJ. I”m all about watching educational programming ha!!! xo, Kellyann

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