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I have something called a Finishing Touch. I love it and used it about every three days.
Finishing Touch Flawless Women's Painless Hair Remover https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071KW9GTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_WZIuCbJBZZQYX
Seriously it's like magic, I've never even nicked myself once.
My favorite review on Amazon goes "I shave my balls with one side and my face with the other. Its probably gross, and I don't care. It works well."
Okay, I got you, fam: the Finishing Touch Flawless is what you need! (Non-AB, sorry)
I was like you, plucking every freaking hair, occasionally using a depilatory cream, both of which irritated the heck out of my sensitive skin. Then I saw this cheesy as-seen-on-tv device on Amazon with all these crazy amazing reviews. Since it's been out a while, I noticed there are more negative reviews now, but I still think it is a gamechanger. It has a teeny tiny rotating razor of some sort, and it shaves superclose. I know shaving doesn't sound that revolutionary (and the description of the device never used the word shave) but it somehow makes the hair grow back slower and a little softer! It doesn't make any sense, but it's amazing. No pain whatsoever! And, it's the size of a fat mascara tube so you can keep it in your makeup bag for quick touchups. Note that it doesn't work on coarse hair like underarms, but regular shaving is much faster for that anyways. With this thing, you have to move in a circular, overlapping motion to get all the hairs, but only takes a minute or two to do my lip.
Sorry if I sound like a shill, but I just love this thing! It's made my life so much easier.
Is it actually harsh stubble or just darker peach fuzz? 1 id actually probably go to a doctor about to make sure your hormones are okay. Where as if its just darker peach fuzz I feel ya, and I use this
It works well. Painless and has lasted me like 2ish years so far no battery changes even lol. They also make a brow one with a little light and I find it pretty helpful for them too. Been trying to get my bushy natural brows back but not have them look terrible in the long haul.
As someone who also suffers from back hair, buy this. You will thank me later.
>https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Bodygroom-7100-BG2040/dp/B0037HP9OA/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 - Here's one razor I've been looking at. It seems good, but it apparently has a crummy battery.
I actually have this exact razor. The battery is fine, assuming you don't try to cover too large an area in a single session. However, if you have thick hairs like I do, you may find the cartridges getting dull much quicker than they should. I've been having trouble finding replacements lately, too, so I'll probably need to order them from Amazon or something.
Not a female, but my mom asked me to order this from Amazon and she’s very impressed with it. She used to get waxed every month but has stopped waxing since she got it. For how cheap it is, it’s worth a shot. Plus can you always return if it doesn’t work for you.
I love how Amazon lets me look at years of purchases.
Here is the one I bought. I doubt I paid the current asking price.
The one I was gifted had a bunch of additional accessories. I was tempted to keep it as it would be an upgrade. But again, I hardly use the one I have.
I ended up buying this Philips Multigroom Series 7000 Cordless Wet & Dry with 19 Trimming Accessories and Storage Bag, MG7770/18 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B073RHH2NG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_KzxibkUYU5hSr
Works great for the price and I’ve used almost half the attachments already. Some of the smaller guards work great for pubes.
I googled epilators to try and remember what they usually look like and found what looks like that exact one, so yeah, that's what it is
I've never tried this brand but I have a very similar one from Flawless (see below). It works well and is around the same price
I use an electric guy like this - I have PCOS and it's really helpful.
It does not last a couple of days unfortunately. But still, this is the easiest and quickest way for me to take care of it.
http://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-BG2040-34-Bodygroom/dp/B0037HP9OA/ref=sr_1_9?s=videogames&rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1441946675&sr=8-9&keywords=mens+trimmer when you can get this. It's literally the best never had any issues with it.
Philips Norelco Bodygroom
MAKE SURE to FOLLOW the charging-cycles correctly. I've seen a number of complaints about dud batteries after months to a year. Mine's 2-3y/o and holds a charge for like a month+ of every 2-3 day usage. It's showerproof, too, I love the damn thing.
As others have said, growing back thicker after a shave is a total myth.
Although not perfect I've found something like this to be the easiest outside of getting it lasered:
Wife and razor is a good option but not everybody has that option.
I've used the bakblade and each time it looked like I was attacked by Freddy Krueger. LOL.
The overall easiest I've found is a back trimmer like this:
It's still aggravatingly tedious though so I recently started getting it lasered to (hopefully) be done with it.
I have this one:
It really only looks way worse than what it is because of the tinted moisturizer honestly. The color of the cream is stuck under the lifted dead skin making it look patchy. I say don’t use tinted cosmetics until your skin is repaired. I suggest only using a daily unscented moisturizer for your face in the morning. At night you should wipe your face with a miceller cleansing water and put a facial oil before you do to bed. Dont exfoliate your face more than once a week if you really have the need to.
I don’t exfoliate at all but we have different skin types lol. You can try and invest in a facial hair remover like this one:
Your hairs DO NOT come back thicker as its a myth in case that crosses your mind. I only suggest this since when you remove your hair and put product on your face, the face with make more use of the product. I have this remover and use it every other day
Yeah you gotta do it properly though.
This is what I use
I have one of those things from Walmart… it’s called the Flawless. It also works on belly button and nipple hair.
I always use it for my upper lip and chin hairs.
Flawless Painless Hair Remover
Have you tried something like this? Finishing Touch Flawless Women's Painless Hair Remover , White/Rose Gold https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071KW9GTT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_SH0W6FV634RQV45C0RSV They’re meant for women in a cosmetics context. I have had horribly excoriated skin and these just don’t hurt. Could be worth a try
Answering in regards to hygiene only: I’d shave or wax it, personally. My elementary aged kids have a solid unibrow if left unkept. I bought one of [these](www.amazon.com/dp/B07F9CS38P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_N3FTE95705NXF296D6HZ?_encoding=UTF8&amp;psc=1) that I use on them after bath or shower. I tell them it’s to just part of hygiene upkeep, similar to how we cut our finger and toe nails after both too.
The hourglass looking attachment? Do you mind pointing that out? Thanks.
Hey! I use this. Honestly, it’s one of the best painless facial hair removing tool I have ever used. It’s so much quicker and less painful than waxing! Just gently roll it over your fuzzy areas and that’s it. One thing I would advise is to make sure you moisturize after use.
So I have one of those spinning hair remover things. It was a Christmas gift years ago. Works great for toe hair. Painless and quick.
I have very sensitive skin and use this Conair tool for bikini, eyebrows, whatever. Highly recommend, no issues. Waxing is not your friend.
I’d recommend this tiny electric shaver by flawless it’s super gentle on the skin. I’ve never gotten razor burns or a cut from it and I use it aggressively. Might be better than rubbing your skin with a blade especially if swollen or scabby.
Well it’s not masculine, but I use one of those women’s hair removal tools (my mom got it). It’s pretty painless and I just do it every week or so. It takes a couple of seconds to use it too. Here’s the Amazon link if you want https://www.amazon.com/Finishing-Touch-Flawless-Painless-Remover/dp/B071KW9GTT