Due to hormonal imbalances in my body, I am a woman who has struggled with facial hair growth since my teens. This was especially prominent around my chin and upper lip area. I discovered this beautiful lipstick looking, finishing touch hair remover that completely changed the game.
I tried shaving it but that did not help has within a few hours, the hair would be visibly grown back. My skin also felt extreme itchy and ingrown hairs became a problem.
I then turned to waxing. Even as painful as that was, I was desperate. I felt so unfeminine with what looked like a full beard. My self-confidence and self-esteem was at an all-time low since I felt like the facial hair was all people saw when they looked at me.
Despite all it promises to make my skin smooth and hairless, waxing did not give me the relieve I needed. I used the time consuming method for six method before I quit. While the hair took a day or two longer to grow back, my skin was not smooth. It was bumpy with ingrown hairs and a stubble was there where hairs that shot our quickly even after the waxing treatment. My hair also grew back thicker and coarser.
There had to be another way, I told myself and turned my search to the internet. Finally, I stumble on an ad for this finishing touch hair remover device and my life has since been changed.
It removed the facial hair in a few minutes without any pain or cuts. Even peach fuzz got eliminated. My makeup went on flawlessly now, since for the first time in longer than I can remember, my skin really was smooth.
I do not have to wait at the hair salon anymore or shell out ridiculous sums of cash for mediocre results. I can stay in the comfort of my home and get smooth hairless, skin every day.
And you can too!
The product came nicely packaged and impressed me with the thought and detail that went into that. The gold plating of the product itself was a cute touch too.
I inserted one AA battery. Then I was all a set to give this small device a try.
I removed the cap and powered it on. As soon as I turned on the finishing touch hair remover, the light came on and the round top started to oscillate.
The instructions were simple to follow and I applied it to my cheek, moving in a circular motion. I could see the hair fall out but I felt nothing more than a gentle massaging feeling.
I moved it to my upper lip area and chin next and long before I was done, I was already impressed. The skin was smooth and there was no redness or swelling as was normal when I waxed or shaved. It even got rid of all my peach fuzz.
I did not see any new hair growth the next day but I still went in with the finishing touch hair remover and it did not irritate my skin even then. It was definitely gentle on skin as well as doing the finest job of getting rid of unwanted hair.
Since that first use, this little machine has become my ole faithful when it comes to facial hair removal.
Start on thoroughly cleaned your skin. Remove the cap. Turn on the finishing touch hair remover by pushing the power button up. The light comes on with this button as well.
Apply the device to the skin so that the head is flat against the skin and move the device in a circular motion until all the hair is removed in the application area.
To clean, unscrew the head and brush out any lingering hair with the supplied brush. When this is done, simply replace the head.
Having facial hair as a woman is not only a nuisance but it is a confidence killer as well. It is defeminizing to have to shave or wax and it is ultimately a painful, irritating process that does not yield spectacular results.
But luckily this personal touch hair remover has come to save the day with painless, quick hair removal that leaves only beautiful, smooth, hairless skin behind. I highly recommend this product for all women to try.
I am Joyce, founder and the beauty editor behind Biotyful.net. I was born in Texas and currently living Wyoming. If you are wondering what led me into blogging about beauty and beauty products, then my hobbies and interests right from childhood, will be a perfect reflection of why I gravitated towards blogging.