The viral $25 skincare hack with 4.9 million views on TikTok

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When a new skincare product has hundreds of five-star reviews, we're immediately intrigued.

Especially when people tell you to "look no further" and "do yourself a favour," it has to be good.

Skincare hack using dermaplaning
Dreamiskin's recent video of their cult derma razor generated over 4.9 million views on TikTok, add this into your skincare routine! Photo: Supplied, Dreamiskin

Introducing Dreamiskin's cult Derma Razor which is quickly becoming the new must-have skincare product.

Over 4.6 million people witnessed the "magic" product this weekend and they can't all be wrong.

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In a recent video, Tik Tok star Nikita Chaithoo showed off the $25 eco-friendly derma razor generating more than 800 comments and 139,000 likes.

"Obsessed," one user commented.

"Omg I neeeeeed," another posted.

But what is dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a relatively new mainstream skincare regime that uses a fine razor to shave vellus hair or 'peach fuzz' from your face.

This works to exfoliate the skin removing dirt, excess oil, and previous makeup build-up, as well as brightening and smoothing the skin.

The treatment has also been known to soften fine lines and wrinkles, and even ease hyperpigmentation.

Skin therapists recommend using the derma razor just once or twice a month to allow the skin's surface to naturally rebuild.

After dermaplaning, your skin becomes the ultimate base for skincare penetration, able to deeply absorb nourishing products, allowing for glowy, plump skin.

How do I use the derma razor?

Dreamiksin recommends starting with a freshly cleansed face with hair tied back to limit hair sticking to the face.

While you can dermaplane dry skin, skincare enthusiasts say you get the best results from using aloe vera gel, facial oil or coconut oil to easily remove impurities.

As Nikita instructs in the video, hold the Derma Razor at a 45-degree angle and gently stroke in the direction of the hair, dermaplaning downwards.

After each stroke, wipe the blade on a cotton pad to see the results, gently washing your face afterwards to remove any remaining hairs.

It's important to only apply a face serum after dermaplaning, not applying makeup for 24 hours to reduce risk of irritation.

Dreamiskin's derma razors sit in their pale pink and white packs against a pale pink background.
Dreamiskin's eco-friendly derma razor's are just $25.99 for a three-pack. Photo: Dreamiskin

Spa treatment at home

Seeing the excess hair and dirt come off your face is "extremely satisfying," and that's why so many people are hailing this as their new favourite skincare secret.

"I used to pay $60 to have my face dermaplaned," one customer wrote on Dermiskin's website, "Easy to use, great results, my skin looks great and I’m saving money by doing it at home!"

"Simply the best!" another said "Leaves your face super soft, and smooth."

Two screenshots of a video side by side, the left of a girl using a derma razor to shave her face with the right image a close up of the peach fuzz from her face on the razor.
Dreamiskin's derma razor's have been described as the "best razors by far." Photo: Dreamiskin

"Best Derma Razors by far," another happy customer said, "I’ve tried a few different derma razors in an effort to find the best quality one. This is it, look no further!!"

Where can I get them?

You can shop the Dreamiskin Eco-friendly Derma Razor in a three-pack from Dreamiskin for just $25.99 and shop their wide range of other cult skincare products like their auto-foaming Cloud Cleansing Brush for $25.

You can also shop Sephora's highly-praised Metal Facial Razor for $18 and Amazon's cult Dermaplaning Tool currently on sale for just $16.47.

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