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Conair hair removal: Review and rate

There are different hair removal methods available today. From shaving to waxing and all things in between, hair removal is a massive business with more and more products becoming available, all promising to deal with this problem. Today, we are looking at one particular method and finding out just how well it lives up to it's promises. Find more in this article.

Some say 'Yes'

What it does The conair hair removal system is an electric device with discs fitted on the surface that are designed to buff away any unwanted hair and make it less coarse when it eventually grows back.
Benefits This product has had a lot of mixed reviews, and while it's not for everyone a lot of people say it really works. The plus side of using it is that the hair removed eventually grows back a lot finer, so it would appear less noticeable. Also, you are able to use it as many times as you require and the discs are fully washable. Your skin will be exfoliated at the same time as using the system so after a period of around two weeks, you should in theory be seeing all the benefits of using this device. Replacement discs are available for this product and should you want to try it yourself, you can purchase the product on Amazon.co.uk, among others like Argos.

Some say 'No'

Exfoliation burns A lot of customers say that they were really disappointed with this system.
Some warn interested people not to try and buff off every hair the first time they use it as they may end up with exfoliation burns that will not be visible right away, but show up later on when it's too late. Be cautious. For those amongst you that currently use waxing, this system will not be what you're expecting. Dry area necessary You will also have to make sure that the area that you're treating is completely dry or you could end up buffing your skin raw and this can happen really quickly, so be careful.
Final word To be honest, this system will work a lot better for those with fine thin hair.
If you're plagued with thicker, coarser hair stick to waxing or epilation - while they are slightly more painful, the results will be a lot better.

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