epilate


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Synonyms for epilate

remove body hair

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Top tip: "A warm bath before you epilate is a good idea as it opens your pores," says Melanie Hanks, Veet's electrical expert.
The product is 100% waterproof, cordless and safe with a one-hour quick charge, giving you the freedom to epilate wherever and whenever you want.
Even those who forgo the pain and cost of waxing--at 43 lats (60 euros) my own experience did not come cheap -consider it a normal part of life to epilate or shave.
As a general rule, if there is not any corneal staining it is better not to epilate but to prescribe lubrication for comfort.
According to a Panasonic statement, the swirling motion of the heads, plus the increased disc surface area, means that a user can epilate without worrying about the direction of hair growth.
According to the company, only 3% of consumers epilate but, despite this, epilation as a whole has experienced consistent year-on-year growth, up 21.