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Basics Spa Dermaplane Blade Remover

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The Basic Spa Dermaplane Blade Remover is an essential dermaplaning tool designed to safeguard your staff or students by assisting in the secure removal of blades of all sizes (ranging from 6 to 26). With its two-handed mechanism, this blade remover enhances control and stability throughout the blade removal procedure, placing a priority on safety and efficiency.

  • Capacity 100 Blades
  • Comes in a box of 10 or by the each

Our Basics Spa line is the perfect choice for those just starting out or for the seasoned veteran who knows when just the essentials are necessary. The lower cost eliminates a high overhead while still providing clients with solid solutions.

1.) Position the Tool: Hold the plastic blade remover in your hand, positioning it so that the notch or groove on the tool aligns with the junction where the blade and handle meet.

2.) Insert the Blade: Gently insert the blade remover's notch or groove between the blade and the handle where they are attached. Make sure the tool is securely in place, and you have a firm grip on both the handle and the blade remover.

3.) Apply Pressure: While holding the blade remover in place, apply moderate pressure to push and slide the blade away from the handle.

4.) Detachment: As you apply pressure, you will feel the blade start to slide out of the handle's attachment point. Continue to apply pressure until the blade is completely detached.

5.) Dispose of the Blade: Once the blade is removed, carefully place it in a designated sharps container for proper disposal. Make sure not to touch the sharp edge of the blade.

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Our Basics Spa line is the perfect choice for those just starting out or for the seasoned veteran who knows when just the essentials are necessary. The lower cost eliminates a high overhead while still providing clients with solid solutions.

1.) Position the Tool: Hold the plastic blade remover in your hand, positioning it so that the notch or groove on the tool aligns with the junction where the blade and handle meet.

2.) Insert the Blade: Gently insert the blade remover's notch or groove between the blade and the handle where they are attached. Make sure the tool is securely in place, and you have a firm grip on both the handle and the blade remover.

3.) Apply Pressure: While holding the blade remover in place, apply moderate pressure to push and slide the blade away from the handle.

4.) Detachment: As you apply pressure, you will feel the blade start to slide out of the handle's attachment point. Continue to apply pressure until the blade is completely detached.

5.) Dispose of the Blade: Once the blade is removed, carefully place it in a designated sharps container for proper disposal. Make sure not to touch the sharp edge of the blade.