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Hairless Body And Legs is a shaving device that will enable you to shave your entire body (aside from your face and genitals) without pain. It'll shave both incredibly fine and incredibly thick hair without nicking your skin, and due to its egg-shaped handle, you'll be able to keep a secure hold on this device at all times. It operates by virtue of a rechargeable battery inside, so you won't have to keep sets of replacement batteries on hand for it.
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Each of these devices has three hypoallergenic rotating heads that are powerful but gentle at the same time. Once you hang onto your device with one hand, it'll move gently and smoothly across almost any hair-covered area of skin, removing hair without snagging individual hairs and causing you pain. Its rotating heads will give you a close shave, too, as they float ever-so-slightly above your skin without leaving any traces of stubble behind. Due to their hypoallergenic nature, this device is suitable for any skin type.
The handle of each device is actually bigger than the part that contains the heads, and each handle is shaped similarly to an egg, which makes it fit well into almost any user's hand. Most people will be able to operate this shaving device with just one hand instead of having to use two.
It'll be safe to use your Hairless Body And Legs device on almost any area of your body, including your underarms, bikini line, legs, ankles, and knees. The only places you should refrain from using it are your genitals and your face, especially near the eyes. While it's highly unlikely that the device will nick you in any place, it's best to be on the safe side when it comes to these delicate areas.
This hair removal tool will fit into almost any purse, bag or suitcase if you want to bring yours with you to work, to school, on a trip or anywhere else. Since each one is powered by a rechargeable battery, you won't need to stick to places where you can find a free electrical outlet when you want to pull the device out and use it. If you notice that one leg looks a bit hairy while you're in the car, you can even do a quick touch-up with the tool while sitting in a parking lot.
This tool is water resistant, which means you'll be able to use it in the shower if you're pressed for time and want to clean and shave your body simultaneously. However, since it's water resistant and not 100 percent waterproof, the tool should not be submerged completely in water, such as the water in a bathtub or pool.
Some hair removal devices will only remove the finer hair that's commonly found on women's bodies, but this one will work equally well for women and men. Even men with thick chest hair or hair on their toes will be able to make short work of it with their Hairless Body And Legs tool. If you have hair that's even thicker than the average person's due to your ethnicity or genetics, the tool will also remove it effectively for you.
If you shave your legs or underarms, you'll probably have to use some sort of cream or run the risk of accidentally making small cuts on your skin. Fortunately, though, this tool is gentle enough that you'll be able to use it alone without any messy (possibly stinky) creams that you may have to wash off your skin after you shave. Furthermore, without the need for shaving cream, that's one less beauty item that you'll need to pick up at the drugstore or supermarket.
Once you're experienced with your Hairless Body And Legs tool, you may be able to remove hair from almost your whole body in just several minutes. On the other hand, if you were to wax it all off, that might take you an hour or more. There's virtually no cleanup involved with this tool, either—you'll simply need to shut it off and store it safely.
Eyebrows are a popular place from which many people (especially women) want to remove hair, but this particular tool can't be safely used on the eyebrows. They're too close to the eyes, and if this tool were to somehow enter one of your eyes, you could end up blind in that eye. Therefore, if you want to continue with eyebrow hair removal, you'll have to keep plucking your eyebrows or find some other tool that'll remove stray hairs.
Although the heads attached to each device are gentle in comparison to a shaver's blades, they're still quite powerful, and it's in your best interest not to touch them while your device is on. If you've got an older child or teen under your care who wants to use this hair removal device, you can allow them to, but you should warn them not to touch the heads.
As mentioned, this device shouldn't be completely dunked in water, and there's actually no need to ever wash the heads. The heads continuously rotate as the tool does its job, so any collected hairs should fall out during that process. If you ever notice any stray hairs stuck in the heads, however, turn the device on and let it run for a couple of minutes on its own, instead of cleaning it with water.
To turn on this hair removal tool, use the gold power button that you'll see on the underside of the handle, just below the three heads.
After your device is on, hang onto its handle in one hand and glide the device gently across the first patch of skin you want to shave. You can move the device up and down or from side to side, but the process will be more efficient if you move it in circles, in the same direction as the heads. If you're not sure which way the heads move, quickly remove your device from your skin for a moment and check. Continue this process, without putting a great deal of pressure on your device, until you've removed enough hair.
The next thing you'll need to do, once you're done with your hair removal, is turn off the device by using the gold power button again. After that, you'll need to find a safe place to store your hair removal tool until the next time you use it. This place could be in your bedroom, your bathroom or somewhere else secure, depending on whether you're at home or on the road.
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