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Review of Electric Hair Removal

I would like to know if anyone has tried any of the electric or battery hair remover devices?

Please let me know how they work and your favorite. It's for those few chin hairs we get when we get older. Thanks

PICO from St. Paul, Alberta


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October 9, 20070 found this helpful

No experience with the newer ones, but the first ones that came out hurt like mad, made terrible sores, and didn't work. Hope this gives you cause to be cautious. I have since been tweezing unwanted hairs, with great success but much labor. I watched my mom tweeze her leg hairs for years until one day, she had only a few left, none of which ever grew back. I have been successful with chin and upper hair tweezing. My mom gave us waxing her lip area and now just lives with the dilemma until someone tweezes the hair for her. Hope this helped someone? : )

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October 11, 20070 found this helpful

The battery operated pencil sized one costs about $9.99 in the drug store. I have one and it's GREAT. Doesn't hurt at all. It's just a little skinny shaver. Uses 1 "A" battery that lasts a long time.

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