Hairy Eva Mendes shaves her face: ‘I’m a beast’
Eva Mendes Admits to Dermaplaning Every Other Day Due to Excess Facial Hair
Actress Eva Mendes has been keeping up with her skincare routine and recently revealed to her Instagram followers that she shaves her face every other day due to excess facial hair. The Cuban-American actress disclosed her secret to flawless skin– dermaplaning, in a post this week. An intrigued follower asked via Instagram, “How often should dermaplaning be done? Once a month, biweekly?” to which Mendes, 49, quipped, “I’m a beast so I probably need every other day! Ha.”
What is dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a technique that involves using an oscillating blade to “skim” off the surface layers of the skin, which eliminates the fuzz many people naturally have on their faces. The treatment also minimizes the appearance of acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles.
Why does Eva Mendes shave her face every other day?
Mendes claims that she has excess facial hair, and if she gets chills while shaving her legs in the shower, all her work is undone.
How often should dermaplaning be done?
The frequency of dermaplaning can vary based on your individual needs. Some people prefer a bi-weekly or monthly treatment, but others may need it more frequently. Consult with your aesthetician to determine what works best for you.
What other skin treatments did Eva Mendes receive?
While getting her face pampered, Mendes got a simultaneous pedicure and also did a “diamond peel” (microdermabrasion) followed by “much needed oxygen and a relaxing sheet mask.”
Eva Mendes, with Hairy Face, Admits to Being a “Beast” While Shaving
Actress Eva Mendes recently revealed that she shaves her face “every other day” because she is such a “beast” when it comes to hair growth. Mendes divulged her secret to flawless skin – dermaplaning – in a post via Instagram this week, prompting one curious follower to ask how often they should dermaplane. Mendes jokingly replied, “I’m a beast so I probably need every other day! Ha,” and added that her hair grows back if she gets chills. Dermaplaning involves using an oscillating blade to remove the surface layers of skin and eliminates the fuzz many people naturally have on their faces. The treatment also minimizes the appearance of acne scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. Mendes received some other treatments, including a “diamond peel”, oxygen, and a relaxing sheet mask, at Beauty Villa Vergara in Beverly Hills.