Philips HP6414 Epilator Reviews
Product Type: Philips Epilator / Lady Shaver
Description:Brand: Philips / Type: Epilator / Pincette system with 21 rotating discs, designed to remove hairs as short as 0.5mm
Newest Review: ... was hair free for about 8 weeks (Lucky her). I bought this Philips epilator and regardless of the INTENSE pain that I was ... more
by - written on 30/11/07, updated on 15/12/07 (Very useful, 1443 readings)
Not for the first time in my life did my mum burst into my room to find me laid out on my bed screaming with a medium sized buzzing object between my legs. She looked embarrassed and turned to leave. I quickly ripped it off my leg to show her that indeed it was only a epilator! She'd heard the screams and come to complain she couldn't hear Jeremy Kyle! Why oh why?.... Well I bought my epilator in Boots and in search for my quest for eternal beauty I bought it. Normally on sale for £40.00 was reduced to £20.00 , accidentally happened to have a £10.00 sticker on it and they let me have it for the tenner! I'd always wanted one cos I suffer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/05, updated on 13/06/05 (Very useful, 2467 readings)
I think my husband must have been annoyed at me the day he bought me this epilator. I can't think of any other reason he would have bought this instrument of torture, let alone actually expected me to use it more than once in the proverbial blue moon. ~~~The looks~~~ So let's have a look at this hair removing device that would have been quite at home in a torture chamber of days gone by. I actually have the original version and it's a very non-descript ice blue colour (the new version is a pretty pink colour, but otherwise identical), and is mains powered. The power lead is actually pretty long, so I don't actually need to sit on top of a plug ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/03, updated on 04/01/03 (Very useful, 3006 readings)
I gazed longingly at the shelves in boots, perhaps this would be the product that was going to change my life, that would transform me from the ugly duckling that I am into ………… well something a little more presentable. Now I am not adversed to maintaining a certain level of personal hygiene but when it comes to hair removal I just cant be bothered, do not get me wrong I find the concept of bodily hair pretty repulsive but I have yet to find a method of hair removal that suits me. I began with shaving, a nice simple method, that is both easy and cheap to do, the results are good, nice smooth, silky legs (a sensation that I seem to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/02, updated on 31/12/02 (Very useful, 4632 readings)
Hair removal is a very personal matter. Some women have lots of thick, dark hair, others have very little; some find waxing exruciating, others barely notice it. There is also the matter of how far you are bothered, depending mainly on what you wear and whether you're in a relationship. I have to confess that I'm a long skirts girl and don't bother all that often when I'm single, whereas some people want their legs to be completely smooth every day whatever they're up to. I have found that an epilator gives the best result for longest, though. The epilator is a small, handheld machine that plugs into the mains. It contains several ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/02, updated on 19/02/02 (Very useful, 2251 readings)
Fed up of shaving and of the very same day regrowth? The row of rotating tweezers from Satinelle will definitely help you out in this hair removing fight. You are only few zzzzzzzzzzz away from the perfect grooming… Technical aspect: Easy to use Easy to grip Easy to clean 2 speeds Lightweight to fit in the palm of the hand Compact and ergonomic shape Comes with a protective cap, cleaning brush and usually with a soothing lotion Travel pouch Fast rotating discs Two speeds About £30 I have been using Philips epilator for years now and I am absolutely thrilled about it. Well we’ve been ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Philips HP6414 Epilator
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Philips Satinelle Soft Epilator - Legs are left silky smooth for a good couple of weeks! Saves time and money in the long run. Doesn't hold any charge. Pain restricts me to only being able to epilate certain body parts.
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