Many women now wish to have hair removal done through many different ways.
Tweezing is just one way of doing it, and aside from the standard pair of tweezers that you can buy at your local drug store or department store, there is the Emjoi Tweeze, a product that promotes a new way of tweezing and is another way of removing unwanted hair from your body.
The Emjoi Tweeze Epilator Review
The Emjoi Tweeze is a small, battery powered, hand held tweezing device which claims to make tweezing easy and painless.
It is also more efficient and faster than the manual pair of tweezers, and removes even the smaller, finer hairs that tweezers often find difficult to catch.
It can be used anywhere on the body save for the eyebrows, and is good for travel as well because of its size and because it is battery powered.
It is easy to clean as well, and can be used anyone as it is designed for any age.
It is also suggested that you use Emjoi After Epilation Cream.
This cream is used after epilation in order to soothe your skin and open pores, as well as inhibit hair growth.
It is infused with lanolin and aloe vera to help moisturize your skin, as well as a hair growth inhibitor that is also helpful for softening the skin but also at the same time slowing down the hairs’ regrowth.
It is a good complement to the use of Emjoi Tweeze in order to lessen the times you need to epilate as well as keep your legs smooth, hair free, and gorgeous.
Customer Feedback on the Emjoi Tweeze
Customer feedback is mixed, with some people loving it, while others hating it.
Others have enjoyed how it is quick it was to use and its efficiency for the $20 they had to shell out for it, though some note that to get at the finer hairs, it is necessary for one to “circle” around the area for the Emjoi Tweeze to catch all the hairs.
However, after using the Emjoi Tweeze, customers have found their skin smooth as silk. They also say it works particularly well on the face, compared to the legs.
Others however complained that it was not as efficient, and resulted also in acne or rash.
Some also noted that hairs were not pulled completely but simply broken.
Some also still note that is not altogether painless, and can still result in some pain from use.
Because of the issue on rash or acne breaking out due to tweezing, it may also be best to use a protective cap when using an epilator, or to use warm water on the skin in order to prep it and open the pores and thus loosen the hair for tweezing or epilating.
Also, it may have to do with how one uses the unit, and so practice and patience when using an epilator will help you get accustomed to using it and thus give you better results as well.