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    Hiy,

    Okay, so I can make a new thread finally.

    Anyways, what steps should be taken when using an epilator?

    e.g. exfoliating.

    And with what products?

  • epilator?

    where do u buy one from are they any good for sensitive skin?
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    • You can buy them online the braun ones are really good. I know people with sensitive skin like them as they do not hurt as much as other hair removal methods. It gives good results.

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      • Hello,

        I epilated my legs for the first time and after that made the mistake of going to the bath and using exfoliating gloves with soap. I have red marks all over my leg and in some places what looked like whiteheads. I then later found out that I should have used oil instead of exfoliating.

        Please can you give tips for when epilating, what procedures to take etc. Thanks. Your helps is appreciated!

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        • I tried epilators and honestly not a fan it was more hassle than benefit for me and I still had irritation. I am back to just shaving I did find an awesome product called bee luscious shaving cream it is waterless and my skin is really soft google it I have had really great results.

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          • What I do is first exfoliate with a gentle scrub (you can get these like every where) then the epilator I bought came with these neato (yes I know I just said neato) little wipes in a pink packet called pre-epilation wipes and they means the epilator moves smoother over your skin and they help heeeaps

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