REVIEW: Emjoi eRase e60

12:00 AM


Shaving! It's a must for us women! The armpits, the bikini line, the legs, the mustache...it can be a pain. Especially when you get cuts and ingrown hairs!

I was sent the eRase bu Emjoi and at first all I thought was "Pain! Pain! Pain!" 60 tweezer discs didn't sound so appealing but I have never used one and I thought, "This could be painful and interesting!" Lord knows I was right!


The Emjoi eRase e60 has 60 tweezer actions discs arranged in skin-tautening dual opposing heads. This little hair miracle is compact size so when you travel, you can just pack it and go! This exciting model features innovative Erase Glide Technology, which helps you to guide it either back, forth, or in a circular motion over the skin to remove hair in seconds, all while being gentle enough to remove individual facial on the chin, upper lip, armpits, legs and bikini area! 



The eRase e60 also comes with a sensitive attachment for the epilator head, which is designed to help you remove hair in the most sensitive areas like your armpits! Score!

The eRase is able to remove the hair in one glide, this reduces possible skin irritation and saving you're time all while achieving smooth and sensual skin!

So with that said! I grew out my leg hair to test this baby!




Hairy right? So the first time, I am not gonna lie, I yelled. It hurt. After a while of using it though, I got used to it and it removed the hair! 

It gave my legs a smooth feel and didn't irritate my skin! Not to mention, NO HAIR! 


The Emjoi eRase e60 retails for $79.95 and can be found at www.emjoi.com as well as saavvy retailers. 

Every woman needs one!

Disclosure: Lipton Publicity provided a road test sample



2 comments:

B said...

You are a trooper, chica! I used an epilator a few years ago and wanted to DIE from the pain. I have a high pain tolerance but those things are sooooo painful. I'd rather have a migraine while giving birth than use one of those things. LOL!! So yeah...you are one strong mama.

Anonymous said...

Are there blades or filters or anything that needs replacing over time? Thanks.