Philips HP6481 Satinelle Ice Epilator Reviews
Product Type: Philips Epilator / Lady Shaver
Newest Review: ... easier. Given the horror stories I had heard about the pain of epilation this was quite a factor in the choice to purchase ... more
Price Comparison for Philips HP6481 Satinelle Ice Epilator
Philips HP6481/02 Satinelle Ice Epilator
Soothing ice pack - Cools and relieves your skin while epilatin ...
Last Update 24.05.2013 03:53
by - written on 20/07/10 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I was curious about epilation after reading a bit about it online - it seemed like a better alternative to shaving as results were supposed to last up to 4 weeks, so certainly less time consuming. Also, while some epilators could be quite expensive I managed to get this one for around £30 and figured that it would 'pay for itself' over time considering I would be spending less money on pricey razor blades. The epilator has two speed setting so that those new to it can use the slower setting and it also uses massaging motions to help to reduce the pain of epilation. It also comes with an ice pack to use prior to the epilation in order to numb the area and make ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/09, updated on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 139 readings)
One Saturday afternoon my housemate and I were sitting around lamenting how hair removal is expensive, time-consuming business. We got to the topic of epilators and realized that their two main selling points could reduce our whining on the subject of hair removal: once you've bought one, no further cost (except I guess the electricity to run it) and since they claim to keep hair away for up to a month it would be less time-consuming. So off we toddled to the shopping centre and settled on buying a Phillips epilator as a mid-range, 'safe' option. Back home we unpacked it, admired its smooth lines then plugged it in. It sounded like an instrument of torture. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/09 (Very useful, 294 readings)
Everytime I've got to 50000 dooyoo miles before, i've opted for a cheque payout. Thus far I have received 7 cheques (£350/350000 miles) but the miles seemed to be adding up rather slowly this time so when I got to £20 I decided i'd treat myself to something from Amazon instead. Cue- the epilator. I've read nothing but good things about epilators; minus the pain factor of course but i'm not a wimp so I dared to try! My natural hair colour is darkest brown and I have always shaved my legs before, the hair grows back coarser each time and it seemed I was only going a couple of days between shaves which is extra annoying when you're on holiday and have ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Philips HP6481 Satinelle Ice E ...
Philips Ladyshave Wet & Dry Shaver - Sleek design, floating shaving heads that move to the contours of your body Batteries exhausted after approximately seven uses and it is quite noisy
Philips HP6576 Satin Perfect Body And Face Epilator - Quick and easy Only 40 minutes of battery power
Philips HP6375 Bikini Trimmer 4 in 1 - Different heads are really good and it's pink!! The epilator isn't too good
Philips NT9110 Nose Trimmer - water proof , wont pull the hairs out
Philips HP6345 Wet & Dry Rechargeable Ladyshaver - Affordable, easy and comfortable to use, shaves to perfection A bit difficult to clean
|More products in Epilator / Lady Shaver|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Boots Smooth Skin IPL Hair Reduction System|
Hair is removed, less painful and time consuming than other home lasers
|Remington EP3000 Epilator|
Durable, effective, no water required
You have to get through the pain barrier
30 ultra precise settings, durable
quit clunky, and hard to shape sideburns
|Philips HS8060 Nivea Coolskin||JML Beauty Wand|
quick, easy to use, cheap
does not leave the smoothest finish, too clunky for eyebrow shaping.
|Philips HQ7390 Williams F1 Rechargeable Shaver|
quick charge, lasts well, gives a close shave and saves money in the long run
the trimmer is not too stable but apart from that . . .