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Philips Satinelle Epilator Reviews

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    July 17, 2018
    British Columbia, Canada

    Best purchase ever

    When I was younger my mom had one Satinelli from Philips and it hurted so much that I promised myself I'd never use one ever again.
    Well, as time pass by I decided to try again and I bought this Wet and Dry Philips Epilator... Best decision ever!
    Couldn't be more happy with my purchase!
    It still hurts, but waaaay less then with the old one. Also it doesn't get hot and slightly burn the skin as the old one did.
    We'll I definitely recommend it!

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    4.2/5
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    June 26, 2018

    Does what it's supposed to do

    This was much louder than I was expecting! The cord is not too short but not too long, could stand to be a bit longer in case you don't want to sit down while using it. The size was perfect to hold onto even though it looks like an awkward shape. I used it on my armpits and was told they looked great after!

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    5.0/5
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    April 14, 2018

    Yesss

    Je viens de me procurer le Philips Satinelle Advanced.
    Pour ma part, j'en suis venu à bout du rasoir et il fallait que je trouve une alternative LÀ LÀ 😜 Hésitant entre le bio de la cire orientale faite maison, le tria à la lumière pulsée et l'épilateur, mon coeur balançait entre ces trois alternatives à faire dans le confort de son chez-soi et l'expérience plus à long terme.
    J'ai tout d'abord essayé la cire maison avec le sucre, le miel et le citron. Partout, ça disait que c'était ultra facile et tellement wow, en plus de ne faire aucun déchet. Et bien, j'ai essuyé une défaite fulgurante, en me brûlant intensément. (Oui j'avais attendu et tout, bref.)
    Ensuite, me restait deux options. Le tria se ventait de nous donner une peau exempt de poils après quelques utilisations, avis plus que partagés sur le net. En plus de coûter entre les 350 et 450$ selon le modèle, les internautes critiquaient également que l'appareil devenait moins fonctionnel après quelques séances.
    Enfin, il me restait l'épilateur. Dur de s'y retrouvé parmi les choix abondants. J'y ai été tout d'abord pour une marque connue qui se trouvait au walmart. J'ai choisi le modèle Satinelle Advanced pour son utilisation sur peau sèche ou humide/ avec du gel douche ou sans. Je vous le dit, la douleur est diminuée de 50% lorsque le poils est mou!! Ensuite, je l'ai pris parce qu'il est efficace même sur les petits poils (j'ai un petit duvet sur les doigts que je voulais enlever.)
    Le produit est garanti 2 ans auprès de la compagnie et vous avez 45 jours suivant l'achat pour vous faire rembourser si ça ne vous convient pas. Il se vend 99$+taxes.
    Tout d'abord, comptez une bonne heure poir recharger l'appareil avant la première utilisation.vous pourrez feuilleter le dépliant en attendant. L'appareil a un petit icone de batterie qui flashera lors de la recharge, et une fois pleine, elle s'éteindra. Je crois que la batterie complète dure environ 30 min, mais c'est à valider. J'ai pu faire mes jambes et aisselles, et rien n'indiquait que la batterie était vide.
    Ensuite, le douleur est vraiment supportable, la peau humide! Pour les poils, à certains endroits j'ai du repasser 2 fois, peut-être à cause de l'orientation du poils, mais ça allait bien somme toute. À la fin, j'avais des petits picots rouges à l'endeoit des poils, mais je me suis hydraté et je suis persuadé que demain je n'y verrai plus rien. Je vous réécrirai concernant le délai avant la prochaine utilisation et autres détails!

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    0.7/5
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    May 03, 2017

    I got this on sale at shoppers. I used it, it didn't pick any hair neither fine nor thick hair. I was so disappointed with it. It's better to buy venus razor it shaves better and cheaper.

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    June 10, 2015

    worked great on my legs, hurt too much to use on my under arms.

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    Anonymous
    June 09, 2015

    Excellent produit fini les rasoirs :)

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    3.7/5
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    May 04, 2015

    For years I suffered with ingrown hairs and ensuing infections no matter how much money I spent on razors. I tried home waxes/sugars and the like and never found that they worked as advertised. They took the little blond hairs out and left the darker thicker ones. - I would have been fine if this had been the inverse. I couldn't afford waxing professionally and I couldn't stand the smell of depilatories and they burned my skin a bit. Then I found the Epilator.

    My first was a cheap, and on sale version and it worked decently but I ended up trying a slightly higher end version, this Philips and find it does a very good job. First off, very few ingrown hairs. It takes some getting used to, as it is a pulling sensation and when you let your hairs grow long (like over winter) the first time again is a lot pinchy. Don't believe the marketing that says you don't have to do anything for 4 weeks because that's not how body hair grows. But as opposed to having to shave every day in the summer I find I can go a day or two. You won't get a perfect shave and for some reason I always miss patches on the outside of my calves, but I catch them when they grow longer, but the big bonus for me was that I'm not covered in little infected nicks and red spots from shaving.

    If you're brave you can try on your armpits but it does take some getting used to, but once the hair grows back it isn't blunt so it doesn't poke so much.

    I've had this little unit for several years now. I use the little brushes they include to clean it out from time to time, and when I dropped the plug and the plastic case popped open I just used electrical tape to keep it back together, which is all sorts of elegant I know, but it was a lot less expensive than a new unit!

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