12/9/13

Pearl Hair Remover - Review


Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Shaving several times a week is a chore. Plucking takes forever and causes me ingrown hairs. Waxing hurts like you-know-what, rips my skin off, and is nearly impossible for me to do on my own. I was more than willing to give the Pearl Hair Remover from Viatek Consumer Products a chance to win me over. The package came with a rechargeable epilator unit, a recharging cord, two interchangeable tips (small for facial hair and large for pretty much everwhere else), small and large buffing pads, and a tube of Soothing Serum to apply to my skin after hair removal.
The Pearl Hair Remover unit charged up pretty quickly and when it lit up green, I unplugged it from the cord. It's lightweight so it's easy to hold. A single push of the round button turns it on and off. I chose the larger tip first, inserted it into the top of the Pearl and tested it first on my leg hairs. The tip warms up a bit so I was prepared for that and braced myself just in case it decided to rip my hairs out. Instead, it has thermotransmitters that radiate heat down into the hair follicle which removes the hair. I could feel the heat on my skin, but it didn't burn my legs at all. The Pearl is designed to be used at a 90 degree angle to the skin and there is a red light that indicates when I'm using it at the correct angle so that I get the best results. I got brave and tried it on my facial hair because I really hate that I've earned an old-woman's light mustache. The heat is a tad more intense on facial skin simply because the skin is thinner and more delicate. I'm thrilled to say that the Pearl Hair Remover works! It is my hope that over time the thinning of the hair means I will never again have to worry about facial hair or leg hair. The only thing that I wasn't really prepared for was the slight smell of burning hair, which of course is going to happen when you apply heat to hair, but the smell is quickly gone even when using it to remove my facial hair. I also think it's a good value for the money because I easily spend $30 just getting my facial hair waxed once at the salon, and I think that tiny little lady smirks with joy when she rips the hairs out.
You can find out more about the Pearl Hair Remover at pearlhairremoval.com. They even have a three-payment option if you wish to spread out your payment. They also offer a 60 day money back guarantee. Plus, you can save 20% when using this special discount code: 20NEXTTIME. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Check it out and be on your way to pain-free, easy hair removal too!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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12 comments:

  1. I was wondering if you've used this on your bikini line? Was it successful?

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    1. I have not. If I muster up the courage, I'll update my post.

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  2. Why this products have so many bad reviews?

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    1. I am not sure. Mine works great for me!

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    2. So you dont have hair in your legs anymore?

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    3. I still grow hair. It comes in lighter and thinner each time though. I'm hoping for a day it no longer grows!

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  3. Ok. How long does it take to grow hair again when you shave?

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  4. And How long have you been using pearl?

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