Facial Hair Removal for Women, Shaver & Trimmer, Cordless, Rechargeable

Facial Hair Removal for Women, Shaver & Trimmer, Cordless, Rechargeable

(10 customer reviews)

$200.00

About this item LONG-LASTING RESULTS: epilate once and get smooth skin for up to 4 weeks with America’s #1 epilator brand ALL-IN-ONE: deluxe hair removal beauty set to shave, trim, epilate, and massage with interchangeable heads, plus FaceSpa device for facial epilation and cleansing WORLD’s 1st: epilator with fully flexible head for effortless hair removal EFFICIENT: remove 4x shorter hair than wax, adapts to every contour for an efficient epilation, even in difficult areas like the knee and underarm CONVENIENT: as easy as shaving, as long-lasting as wax for salon-like smooth skin at-home. Cordless and rechargeable 100% WATERPROOF: you can use in the shower or bath, with anti-slip grip for control even when wet. Epilation becomes virtually painless with frequent use in water SAVE MONEY: Never make a hair removal appointment again. Switch to Silk·épil from waxing at the salon and save over $700 a year
MULTIFUNCTIONAL: shave, trim, exfoliate, and epilate with interchangeable heads GIFT: Give the gift of an at-home salon-like experience with the perfect Mothers Day gifts for mom, sister, daughter, or wife Show more

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About this item

  1. LONG-LASTING RESULTS: epilate once and get smooth skin for up to 4 weeks with America’s #1 epilator brand
  2. ALL-IN-ONE: deluxe hair removal beauty set to shave, trim, epilate, and massage with interchangeable heads, plus FaceSpa device for facial epilation and cleansing
  3. WORLD’s 1st: epilator with fully flexible head for effortless hair removal
  4. EFFICIENT: remove 4x shorter hair than wax, adapts to every contour for an efficient epilation, even in difficult areas like the knee and underarm
  5. CONVENIENT: as easy as shaving, as long-lasting as wax for salon-like smooth skin at-home. Cordless and rechargeable
  6. 100% WATERPROOF: you can use in the shower or bath, with anti-slip grip for control even when wet. Epilation becomes virtually painless with frequent use in water
  7. SAVE MONEY: Never make a hair removal appointment again. Switch to Silk·épil from waxing at the salon and save over $700 a year
  8. MULTIFUNCTIONAL: shave, trim, exfoliate, and epilate with interchangeable heads
  9. GIFT: Give the gift of an at-home salon-like experience with the perfect Mothers Day gifts for mom, sister, daughter, or wife

 

10 reviews for Facial Hair Removal for Women, Shaver & Trimmer, Cordless, Rechargeable

  1. Phoenix

    Preamble:I bought an epi 7 in 2015 and have been using it off and on (I should really be more consistent, for less pain…)I did my normal fresh start a few days ago, where I used depilatory cream (Veet, specifically) to start, then epilated every day, to minimise pain. After plucking all of those hairs, usually it doesn’t hurt much at all afterwards, until I stop and have to start over a year or so later. I also did my whole arms with the epilator because I have better pain resistence there.Anyway, I’ve been doing this for about three days now, using the Epi 7, but because it’s older and because I lost a lot of the pieces (including…the charger…Been using a razor’s cord.) I decided to get this.My legs have had prickly stubs since I started, and I was expecting to have 3-4 more days of this left before I was all done. I received this about an hour after doing my session this morning and decided to see if it could pick up some of the stubbies that frankly, the 7 should have been able to get for all of it’s grain of sand claims. I was highly skeptical.Review:It did! I have practically no stubble on my legs left at all, and I think it’ll be one or two more days. Furthermore, this one hurts WAY less, and felt more like those later passes. I could feel the hair being pulled out, but very rarely was there pain. I think the II is faster than the II on the 7, as well. I managed to do a few other parts of my body that I was holding off on due to pain, I also ran it over my arms and there was a lot of hair the 7 had missed! Not all of the pain was gone, but it was DRASTICALLY lowered. I even tried it out on my face because of that (I’ve never tweased or anything but poking it with my electric razor before) and it worked!So it’s faster because it has more surface area, it literally moves faster, and it can bend to the right curvature. It’s less painful, I assume because of the more intense vibrations and probably better design. It hurts less, too!Why didn’t I buy this sooner? This is the first time I’ve ever written a review this soon after getting something, but I HAD to. I’ll update if something bad happens, but for now, I’m impressed.

  2. HJ

    Annoyed I’ve spent money on wax services.If you’ve never used one or waxed before, understand hair has 3 growth cycles. This is why you may feel hair start to come in within a week of using this. Hair grows in many directions, so make sure you are running it different directions when you find hairs that are being stubborn. Get something that helps with razor bumps and irritation. Your skin can be irritated after using. The pain isn’t fun at the very beginning, but it gets better. The face tool is amazing! If you’ve never had your face threaded or waxed, the feeling of the bare skin is amazing. Some parts of the face hurt more than others, just power through. Your face can break out afterwards in little bumps, mine goes away in a few days. Don’t use immediately before an event.

  3. Danielle

    So listen up, I NEVER write reviews. I’m not an influencer or professional, I’m just a regular old mom that likes to think I’m still young and occasionally still hot…..so of course, I want smooth hairless legs. As a self-proclaimed Italian girl, smooth legs last all of a few hours post shave, right fellow hairy ladies?!!! Anyway, I bought this epilator in my never ending quest for hotness. Laser just doesn’t seem monetarily worth it to me, I need a guarantee I’ll be smooth as a baby’s bottom for that kind of money. So I search epilators. My mom used to use one back in the 80’s, she called it Chinese hair torture, because it was made in China. I did my research and found this baby. So the question you are all asking, pain? Maybe a little, but have ya birthed a child? Or even less, have you had a tattoo? If you have, you got this. I was wildly surprised how little pain this thing produced. My countless hours of YouTube “research” left me shaken just prior to using this bad mama-jamma. But it was nothing. I kept telling my teenage daughter “this thing rocks!” every time I finished a different part of my body. Truth be told, I haven’t used it on the kitty, that’s going to take some guts… As for smoothness, it’s on par with waxing, except you don’t have to grow yourself into Sasquatch just prior to waxing. Nobody likes that, nobody. So, to sum it all up if you like a 5 o’clock shadow on your legs or to have kids mistake you for Bigfoot, then scroll past this epilator. But if you are looking for an easy way to remove hair with lasting results, buy this thing. You’ll thank me later.

  4. Kali Harrington

    It really is one of the best hair removal options available. As someone that spends most days in yoga bras with their arms overhead being able to remove all of the hair from my underarms, leave no trace of razor burn discoloration, save money, and the planet, this device is a win!I am in the process of totally eliminating single-use plastics from my life (bye disposable razors) and I can’t make my regular waxing appointments because of Covid and it’s expensive.If you use it in the bath with really hot water it really doesn’t hurt. It creates this sensation that you really can not feel it immediately because it is pulsing, your follicles are open, and it happens too quickly to register any pain. I’ve tried it everywhere and it does an amazing job.

  5. DBrady

    I’ve tried nearly everything to remove hair. I’ve had epilators and I’ve thrown them out over the years because they hurt too bad. Lately my home IPL hasn’t been doing anything – it is probably worn out and I just can’t fathom spending another $500 on a replacement when it never really did much. The only thing that has worked in the past for semi-permanent hair removal was laser at a clinic/spa. But eventually as I’ve gotten older it still comes back. This epilator even on high speed- is gentler and removes even the shortest hairs. In the past my experiences with epilators were that they took forever and hurt so bad, I would give up. Just got this in the mail today so I charged it and decided to give it a run on my arm hair. I did this dry even though I know it would hurt less in the shower, but it was practically painless on my first try. I used the massage roller cap. Worth the price, but I do wonder if the non-flex precursers would be just as good. Update: There are definitely areas that hurt more than the arms, but honestly compared to my memories of previous epilators the pain is much less severe.

  6. Abby

    TL;DR: I dig it, recommend it, and here’s some tips:Tips: – Exfoliation is key – Seems to do a better job after a hot shower to open your pores – It seems to pull more hair from dry skin – Use something like Tend or EvaGloss Razor Bump Solution (my recommendation) after to reduce red bumps.Full review———It’s amazing not having to shave daily. It saves SO much time. I used to take 30 minute showers (I’m a hairy lady, okay, don’t judge), but now it’s down to 10 minutes.I’ve used epilators in the past and hated them all. They were inconvenient and a hassle to use because most of them had to be plugged in, or if they claimed to be wireless, you only got about 10-15 minutes out of them, and they weren’t efficient enough to get it done in that time.I just got this one today and I was very impressed with the battery life. I did both legs (they were a bit overgrown so this took some time) but I never even got to the yellow light (meaning there are 10 minutes of charge left). I chose to do it in the shower, with warm water, after exfoliating. This made a huge difference. Much less painful than doing it dry or even after showing. Made cleaning up easier too. I love that this can be taken in the shower—that’s the main win for me.I bought the fancy package, but I haven’t used any of it yet. I will continue using this and report back after a month or so.Update after 1 week———Still dig it. My hair is coarse and grows fast. I use this every day to catch what grows overnight and it’s pretty wonderful to be able to skip shaving time in the shower. I have found that while it’s much less painful in the shower, I have gotten used to it and it doesn’t hurt any more (I mean, it’s not comfortable but it doesn’t hurt when it rips the hair out) to use it while my skin is dry. I find that using it dry actually catches more hair than when my legs are wet.I have yet to try this on my upper lip or underarms (working up the courage first) but will post back when I do.Update after 3 weeks———I don’t need to use it on my legs every day any more. It’s more like once a week now.Also used it on my underarms, and used the smaller facial epilator thing for my upper lip. Definitely recommend doing both after a warm shower to open your pores. Underarms went well once I got used to the feeling. Doesn’t feel great, of course, but doesn’t really hurt either.Upper lip…definitely tender (during, not after)! Still worth it imo (left unchecked, I definitely have a lady ‘stache). The facial epilator is battery operated, which I didn’t realize at first. I think it would be better if it had a rechargeable battery for more consistent operation. The first time I used it, there were consistent speeds. After the first time, speeds varied inconsistently. It still works, so I’m not going to complain too much, but I would definitely want to see this as an improvement in their next version because I don’t want to be swapping batteries ever 2-3 times I use it.

  7. Elisabeth Pitts

    This epilator has changed my life. I hate wax and burning my sensitive skin with all that mess, and this is basically like shaving anyways, but with longer lasting results.The small epilator works amazingly for fine/thick hairs and working in small areas. The large one with the skin level attachment works great for my legs and arms. Pain is like a 4/10 for me personally, still very tolerable.Epilating on the bikini line for me is like a 7/10 pain, For thicker hairs, it’s like arguably worse than wax. Just use the attachment for sensitive areas. It gets really close to the skin, and feels almost completely skin smooth. I’ll practice with it more to see if I can achieve a closer cut, but so far I’m not mad about the results.Underarms are harder to epilate, but it’s possible, just keep the skin taut.The massage and exfoliant attachments are nice, nothing special, massager is useful for helping the skin absorb moisturizer. Skin feels a bit more clean!

  8. Pierson

    I got this because it looked like the best Epilator after about an hour of research, and I trust Braun because I’ve been using an electric shaver from them for over a year with great resultsLet me start off by saying that it does hurt a little; but not that bad, and she felt no pain in her armpits which were used to the sensation.It makes a once hour+ beauty ritual take 20 minutes or less; way fewer awkward positions to hold, no more tedious concentration for a long stretch, getting the pain over with quickly rather than death by a thousand plucks.Now she doesn’t need to get embarrassed that I might walk in on her (not that it bothered me) because it is so much faster, and easier that its now a less shameful experience (it shouldn’t have been but I’m glad it’s not any more!)She even called it fun, and talked about it for a couple days, and looks forward to using it; it’s one of the best gifts I could have gotten her because of how useful it is to her; and the added attachments were useful tools. She hasn’t tried out the exfoliator yet but is excited to try it, and is happy with the results after a couple daysOverall a great product so far

  9. Lindsey DuggerLindsey Dugger

    Ok- so my neighbor recommended this to me while at the neighborhood pool. She got the $40 one that you have to have plugged in. I did my research, and thought- hmmm…if I’m going to do this- I’m going to do it right.So I got this one. And I am SO GLAD I INVESTED IN THIS.First- it’s cordless. You can use it in the tub/shower. Whatever.Second- the charge holds for almost 2 hours.Third- it comes with an adapter to use for your facial areas- like btwn brows or lip line/chin. I used this some on my underarm and it helped dramatically bc it’s so sensitive there- and I was able to get less at a time and it was more bearable and precise.(I plan on trying this in my super sensitive Netherlands area too.)I’m about 2-3 done with that area, and I did my bikini line Tuesday, and still no hairs as of Sunday. I’m smooth as a whistle.My legs- I almost forgot about them because in comparison to pain of the others, the legs were nothing…except around the ankle.Just apply some creme or gold bonds healing lotion afterwards on these areas and you’ll be good to go.The armpits have been the most “angry” at me afterwards. But again- the lotion helped tons. Wouldn’t recommend deodorant right after- it might sting.Overall- this thing is definitely worth it from my experience so far.(It has a light too)Not only are you silky smooth- but you feel like a bad A because you know what type of pain you are capable of going through. Ha. Voluntarily. I’d imagine it being like forcing yourself to stitch a wound up or something. It’s pretty brutal, so don’t go for it if pain isn’t your thing. You’ll box it up and send it back and say this thing sucks. But if you can tolerate a little hair growing for a week to get it to a good length, and then grit and bear it- you’ll be so proud of yourself. Beats having to go get waxed, or pluck them all.

  10. Genevieve Love

    We’re on month 2/3 of the quarantine and my legs were looking like the wolfman’s!! I live in LA and it’s getting hot here already so I didn’t want to wear pants and my years of waxing (mostly from terrible irritation from shaving) I didn’t want to undo with shaving. I have tried all home waxing – I have a little wax pot with both soft wax and hard wax – and sugar wax and prewaxed strips and I love this so much more than all those. Waxing at home is so messy and I am not a professional so it’s so hard for me to spread the wax! It’s incredibly messy and the prewaxed strips are okay but I was never in love. So I decided since it’s starting to get hot, I needed to do something so I ordered this!I had to wait about a week after I ordered this to actually receive it – so I had the whole week to stress and read about epilator pain. All of which is way overdramatized! I was super worried but hopeful!First of all, whoever said this is worse than childbirth is crazy. I haven’t had a child but since this just pinches a little – and once you get used to it it’s nothing – I find this hard to believe.I do not have a high pain tolerance but I have been getting my lower legs waxed for maybe 5 years now. (I’ve also had them sugared which I hated and thought was way more painful than this). (I did do my thighs as well which I both wax and shave and the hair is thicker and it did sting more there – just fyi – but definitely not much.)They recommend trimming the hair on your legs and I should have because the hair on my legs was super long – it was probably closer to 3 months that I had last had them waxed with the lockdowns – and the hair was probably an inch long (ick but let’s be honest it probably was).So I charged it up – and my boyfriend did a tiny bit on his leg. He made a face and I said – let me try this – and guess what?! It pinched a little but no more than getting waxed. Yes – waxing is faster but you’re doing this yourself. You control the speed. Also, I had super long leg hair (again ick but it is what it is).Here are my tips:- trim the hair down if it’s long – they recommend this so it doesn’t yank as much and just pulls from the root. I was lazy and didn’t do this and it was still fine.- use the gentle option. I started with this but by the end of my legs (on the first try – I bumped it up a little) – Start slow.- make sure and hold the skin taunt. I used a table (and ottoman when I switched legs and watched tv while doing this). Keeping your leg straight and taunt and using the other hand and tightening above the area you are doing is how you do this. If you don’t use the other hand and just go like you do with a razor – it will hurt more. The tighter you keep the skin the better.- make sure you go in the opposite direction that the hair grows. It seems like it all grows in one direction – it doesn’t – especially on the backs of your legs.- I haven’t seen this mentioned anywhere but this is what I did to start! Use small strokes!!! Don’t go from one part of your leg to the other. I am sure you can do this in the future but when you first start – I recommend taking small strokes. You’ll get used to it and start taking longer and longer strokes. Trust me.- As with waxing, you probably want to put something on after to soothe them. I have sensitive skin and when waxing I get red bumps that go away in a couple hours. Same with this device.- Also, it not familiar with waxing – you usually get more ingrowns than with shaving. I imagine this is the case too with these. Use a scrub on your legs when you shower.I LOVE this thing! I love being able to do this myself and it’s pretty much painless (yes there is some pain but it’s definitely bearable and no more than waxing – in fact maybe even less). I saw someone say it stings and it does a little. And you get used to it. And you barely feel it at all. Seriously.I feel bad for my wax girl – because I’m not going back to waxing after this. I LOVE being able to do this myself (and you can touch up and not have to grow it out for as long) with the same results as waxing. My legs are so smooth!! I was seriously sooooo happy with this!

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