Okay, this gadget is a revelation in hair removal! It’s been sitting around in a pile of stuff to test for a week or so and I’ve been putting off testing it out – nobody likes their hair pulled out, do they – although I’ll admit to being uber, uber wimpy about it. I’ve used the regular Braun Silk Epil before and although I stuck with it, always found it quite painful. Using this new version, the Wet & Dry in the bath, I can honestly say it was the most painfree hair removal I’ve experienced. There are a couple of downsides – how the heck can you do your bikini line in the bath? I didn’t feel willing (or in fact, able) to do the constricted contortions necessary to achieve this, but I was tempted…maybe I need a bigger bath…even underarms seemed hard to achieve; keeping my underarm underwater but my head still above, plus holding one arm back….am I making it sound more difficult than it really is? The other downside is that as you move the gadget up and down your legs it creates movement in the water that makes it hard to actually see what you are doing. However, I absolutely love it; it gave such a perfect, clean and pain free result that I’m a total convert and will attempt the armpits even if I drown trying. It’s £99.99.
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