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Emjoi Light Caress Corded Epilator

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Emjoi Light Caress Corded Epilator is a luxurious hair removal system with new pain reduction technology that removes unwanted hair gently and effectively, give...
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  • Irl
    After It
    so do u get ingrown hair or anything like razor burn or other things like that from the hair coming back? or any other forms of irritation like what you get after waxing?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Karen
    Which Product Is Best For Facial Hair Removal
    I have extremely sensitive facial skin and am interested in finding an epilator product that is safe and effective for removing facial hair (cheeks, chin and lip). Any recommendations will be appreciated

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Jane Smith
    How Long Does The Device Last?
    Im really worried about paying a lot and then having the epilator stop working. Can anyone tell me how long theyve been using it for and does it stop working as well as it did when you first bought it?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Cate
    Better Choice?
    Im trying to decide rather to buy the rechargeable version or stick to cord... Which one has better performance and longevity? I dont want to spend extra money on a cordless if its not worth it.
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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • K`
      Only Get Rechargeable If It Also Has A Cord
      I had a different brand which had both a cord and took batteries. Using just the batteries it wasn't as effective as with the cord. It was slower and so took longer, but still got the job done. However it was beneficial when traveling especially out of the country.

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      Oct 29, 2013
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  • Erin
    Ingrown Hairs
    Ive found that I have a lot of trouble with ingrown hairs after epilating. Does anyone have a sure-fire remedy to keep them from forming?
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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Catalina (business Owner And Esthetician)
      Hi, For ingrown hairs or to prevent ingrown hair, I would suggest exfoliating with a salt scrub and moisturizing your skin a lot. I Dont like the idea of a pumice stone to exfoliate as it it can collect skin cells and surface dirt form your skin and is now trapped in the stone since it has little holes. You are risking getting infections. Fungus likes to grow in dark,warm,and moist places and a pumice stone fits that. You can even just go to the dollar store get a bag of sugar and use that it is cheaper as well. Ideally a good sea salt body scrub would be best. That is what I use and it is great because it has oils in it as well so you get the moisturizing at the same time. Good Luck.

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      Feb 25, 2010
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    • Marvin Marshall
      Omaha, Nebraska
      I found that a product like Olay Facial clenser works well to stop the ingrown hairs. Actually, Lava hand soap and a washcloth does a better job of cleaning off dead skin and leaving it smooth. Dont over do it and scrub off all your skin. Go lightly with face and body lotions afterwards.

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      Feb 25, 2010
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