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Synonyms for epilate

remove body hair

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Epilating allows you to reach all areas of the skin easily with the stretch of one arm, so the other hand can be used to hold skin taught to ease the pain some experience as they first start to epilate.
With Epilady, when you see slight stubble, you are ready to epilate.
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.