The £8.95 beauty tool that the Love Island lot are obsessed with

Benefits include softer skin and a flawless make-up application

Hollywood Browzer

by Aimee Jakes |
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From the cult £5 concealer dupe to the very #2021 sunset lamps, we are a sucker for a new trend.

So when an £8.95 beauty tool was being used by the entirety of Celebsville, we naturally had to know more.

Enter: dermaplaning.

Hollywood Browzer
©Hollywood Browzer

If you’re not familiar with dermaplaning, it’s a facial treatment that involves gliding a tiny blade over your face, taking off dead skin cells and peach fuzz.

Yup, it's essentially shaving your face.

The Hollywood Browzeris loved by the likes of Love Island’s Alexandra Cane, Laura Anderson and Belle Hassan, as well as TOWIE’s Lauren Pope and Amy Childs (to name a few).

Hollywood Browzer
©Hollywood Browzer

In fact, there isn’t a reality star on social who hasn’t tried the increasingly popular skin care trend of dermaplaning and filmed their themselves whilst doing so…

Talking about the Hollywood Browzer Laura Anderson says, “This tool will give you super smooth skin and a youthful look to your make-up, your skin will literally feel like a baby’s bum once you’re done!”

It helps achieve this season's glow and makes your make-up look absolutely flawless.

The super safe, pocket friendly, multi-functional gadget promises to leave skin fuzz-free and silky smooth, can re-shape overgrown eyebrows, upper lips and even sideburns, whilst simultaneously exfoliating away layers of dead, dull skin cells, giving you with flawless, selfie-worthy skin in seconds, all without having to leave the house.

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The £8.95 beauty tool as loved by celebs

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HOLLWOOD BROWZER Dermaplaning Blade for Face

So what do we think at heat?

Shopping Editor Aimee Jakes tried the Hollywood Browzer and here's how she got on...


Although the thought of shaving my face was a terrifying, I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was. You simply glide the tool over your face and you can see the fuzz that accumulates on the razor. CORR. It's oddly satisfying, but that's probably just me.

My skin also felt exfoliated and glowy, like I had just emerged from a pricey peel.

Honesty hour - I didn't notice a massive difference in how my face looked, but then again, I've never had any problem with face fuzz.

However, I did notice that my skin looked brighter and when I actually bothered to apply make-up, it definitely looks a lot more flawless. It's the Sunday self-care step I didn't realised I needed.

The big question, did the hairs on my face grow back thicker? No! It's a well-told myth, but worry not, I definitely have not grown a beard.

Talking of beards, my boyfriend now has his own and uses it to shape his lockdown-induced facial hair.

Definitely try it and at under a tenner, you really can't go wrong.

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