Dermaplaning is a facial exfoliating treatment that involves removing peach fuzz and dead cells by scraping the skin with a small scalpel.
"If you have a big event or your wedding is coming up, and are interested in what you can do to make your face ZING WITH HEALTH, I rate the following type of treatment for exceptional skin tone and bounce," Zoe writes. "Pre-kids I used to have time for a skin ‘program’ before a big event: now I just book in one VERY EFFECTIVE treatment, pack a Go-To sheet mask for the day, and hire a makeup artist who excels in glow."
The mum-of-two then explained why she loves the practice and answered some FAQs about it.
"So, in my one efficient hour today I had dermaplaning (microblading which exfoliates and remove the hair from face for astonishing makeup application. I've had it a few times and before you ask, no, the hair doesn’t return thicker. That said, if you have sensitive skin or hormonal imbalances leading to excessive facial hair, maybe give it a miss) then some 'active oxygen' to calm the skin and also brighten it after the dermaplaning, followed by Laser Genesis (no downtime, reduces redness, brightens skin and most critically, stimulates collagen and elastin in a few days time. Last time I had this I was shocked and delighted at the delayed onset mega glow, which is why I booked this today, so skin is peaking for the Logies on Sunday) and then a peptide mask to soothe and hydrate."
This isn't the first time Zoe has raved about dermaplaning and going off her results, it won't be the last.