Welcome to a new week, Mes Amies!

I’m sorry that we are getting off to a later than normal start today. My hubs and I spent a super fun weekend in Newport, RI. By the time we got back, I was ready to hit the hay!

Anyhow, I have a beauty gadget that I’m positively giddy to share with you all. It’s the Dermaflah Dermapore , pore extractor.

You might remember a few months back, I talked about another tool that I love, the Dermaflash dermaplaning tool  (READ THAT HERE).

This is by the same company. This little tool makes it so that you can have a Dermalinfusion facial at home. The results truly are almost as good as what you’d get from a trip to the med-spa.

What this does is remove anything that is clogging your pores. Blackheads, whiteheads, cosmetic build up…. It ALL comes out. Then, it infuses your favorite serum into your skin.


Now is one of those times that I am so glad that this blog is a hobby, and not income generating. If I share a product on here and you purchase it, I get nothing from it.  So, you know if I am sharing something its because its terrific, not because I am hoping g to get a commission.

Why does this matter? Well, because if I was hoping to sell this to you, I’d feel compelled to take close up photos of all of the junk that this extracted for my skin in hopes of proving to you that this works.

You do not want to see that, trust me.


Even though my skin is very dry, the pores on my nose and chin are perpetually clogged with sebaceous filaments. (Gross, I know.) I’ve tried every pore strip, exfoliator, AHA/BHA on the market.  I’ve been let down by each and every one of them.

After seeing how great Dermaflash’s dermaplaining tool was, I decided to give this a try.

Truth be told, the first time I used it, I thought it was okay. However, from the 2nd time on, I was blown away by the results. (First time I used it, I didn’t have the right angle).

Its so simple to use. It is pain free.  The most important part of this process is that your skin is wet. I keep my spray bottle handy during the process.


How it works is simple. On your wet face, hold the tool at a 45 degree angle with the bent side up. Push it along the areas of congested pores. The pressure you apply, along with the ultrasonic waves push the dirt, oil and other junk right out of your pores.  Seeing them look like mini geysers was beyond satisfying.

Each pore went from having a sebaceous filament to being an open, tiny hole. After every few passes, I’d stop to wipe the spatula clean.

After I got through with this, it was time to use the infusing aspect. I got my favorite serum and put in on all over.  (When using this, one push of the power button turns on the extractor feature, two pushes turns on the infusion feature.)


This little do-dad costs $99.00 at the time of writing. I mention this now because starting next week Sephora is starting their VIB sale.

Even if you miss the sale, its still a bargain. Seeing a dermalinfusion facial costs between $150-$200.

This produces results that are darn close to getting that facial.


This is 100% SheShe approved!





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