Disposable Wheat Straw
Biodegradable Dermablades

Disposable Wheat Straw
Biodegradable Dermablades


Removes Peach Fuzz

Suitable for All Skin Types

Sustainable Wheat Straw Handle

Includes 3 Stainless Steel Blades Per Pack

Pain-free Hair & Dead Skin Removal

Improves Look of Makeup

Achieve simple, pain-free hair removal at home with Adorn Biodegradable Dermablades. Avoid expensive, painful treatments with our premium-quality, easy-to-use blades that are suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin.

Dermaplaning removes peach fuzz and unwanted facial hair anywhere on the face or neck while gently removing dead skin for smoother, glossier looking skin.

Dermaplaning will NOT result in thicker and/or darker hair regrowth.

Adorn Dermablades are made from 50% wheat straw composite, making them a more sustainable option for hair removal. Wheat straw is bi-product of wheat farming. The wheat stalks left behind after harvesting cannot be eaten by animals so are normally used as bedding for livestock or left on fields as a way to enrich the soil.


Made from a 50% wheat straw 50% PS plastic composite

Made in China.

How to use Adorn's Biodegradable Wheat Straw Dermablade:

1. On cleansed skin apply Adorn's Borage & Bakuchiol Face Oil. This will give 'slip' so that the blade slides safely over the skin while reducing redness and sensitivity.

2. Pull skin taut and glide the blade at a 45-degree angle to remove dead skin, peach fuzz, and dirt. Use gentle, short strokes in the same direction of hair growth. Avoid acne or cuts.

3. Apply serum to skin, & follow with regular skincare routine. Clean blade with Adorn Antibacterial Sanitiser Spray to keep it free of germs and residue.


Dermaplaning can be done when you need but usually ever 2-4 weeks is ample. To avoid damaging your skin It is important to replace your dermablade after approximately every 2-3 uses or when pressure is required to remove hair. You should not use any pressure to remove hair as this could result in cutting the skin.

As this is considered bio-hazardous waste dermablades must be disposed of in your normal rubbish collection to degrade in landfill.