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Best Epilator For Face and Body

by Camila Jenkins Writer at Care Mafia
Like with any beauty product, there are a number of variables to consider before purchasing a facial epilator.
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  • Purpose
  • Battery or Cord?
  • Budget and Quality
  • Pain
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1. Purpose

When you are researching an epilator to use on your face, be mindful that you purchase one that is designed to remove facial hair. Traditional epilators are often large and bulky, making it difficult to maneuver it in small areas. Since traditional epilators are designed for removing large areas of hair, such as on your legs, the head is wider to maximize surface area covered.

When you are epilating your face, you want to be able to see what you're doing. Using a traditional epilator could lead to accidentally removing half an eyebrow! Facial epilators are smaller with more precise heads to make it easy to remove unwanted hair. Purchasing an epilator for face is also wise due to it being easier on the sensitive skin on your face.

2. Battery or Cord?

Some models of facial epilators have charging cables where the unit can be used while the epilator is plugged in and charging. Some epilators operate in such a way that you must unhook the cord before using the epilator.

And one epilator I reviewed was strictly plugin, with no battery involved at all.

Some models even use disposable batteries. This is a convenience factor, so consider what style epilator best meets your needs.

3. Budget and Quality

Balancing affordability and quality is one of the more difficult parts of purchasing a new product. However, when it comes to beauty products, especially ones that are used on your face, skimping on quality can have severe consequences.

The saying You get what you pay for' is applicable here. Picking up a $10 epilator at a drug store will not create the results that you're aiming for. You don't need to break the bank on the most expensive option, but remember that you're investing in your health as well.

4. Pain

An epilator is a painful method of hair removal at first. Since the epilator rips hair out by the roots, the experience is similar to that of waxing. However, an epilator does not destroy your skin.

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About Camila Jenkins Senior   Writer at Care Mafia

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