Forget that mountain of razors, all those hair-removal products and expensive epilation treatments at the beauty salon. We’ve got all the info you need to know to save time and money with effective, affordable hair-removal right in your own home.
Hair removal on your legs
Popularized in the 1920's, hair removal on the legs gained popularity over the years and today, it’s commonplace, with new technologies, devices and techniques to help rid us of unwanted leg hair. Razors, epilators, hot waxing, cold waxing, clippers, and creams... There’s a whole world of choices out there. Thankfully, there are a few affordable, effective ways to get rid of hair on your legs, like the Finishing Touch Flawless Electric Leg Shaver, designed to remove hair from your legs, thighs and other parts of your body.
How does it work?
It’s simple. The Leg Shaver has a metal shaving head covered with a mesh screen that vibrates to help trap hairs, which are then cut by the Shaver blades, without tugging or tearing the hair. It’s all completely painless. The Shaver is also equipped with a built-in LED light that makes it easier to see and remove hair without cutting or irritating those hard-to-reach areas. Once you’ve finished shaving, simply apply a soothing moisturizing lotion or cream.
Facial hair removal
Ever heard of dermaplaning? It's a recent beauty technique that removes fuzz, hair and dead skin from your face and the easiest way to achieve perfect results is with the Finishing Touch Flawless Dermaplaning Exfoliator and Facial Hair Remover.
The dermaplaning technique:
- First, it’s vital that you apply a shaving gel, facial oil, serum or other product to help the dermaplane glide across your skin easily.
- Next, gently draw the razor downward at a 45º angle, using small strokes, one after the other. The blade removes hair and dead skin cells quickly, effectively and most importantly, painlessly.
- Last, apply your favourite serum and/or skin moisturizer.
- To help keep your skin smooth, repeat the process once or twice a month.
Did you know?
Shaving your facial hair doesn’t make it darker and it doesn’t encourage more hair growth.