If you’re like me, since I was a teen, shaving has been a part of my daily shower and grooming routine (well, to be honest, maybe not quite every day in the winter). While it’s not the worst problem to have, at some point, you wish you didn’t need to do it every day. The iluminage Precise Touch makes that a reality!
With lots of skin showing during the summer, staying hair-free becomes more of a concern. I’ve been using the iluminage Precise Touch, which is the first and only at-home permanent hair removal device FDA cleared for permanent results on all skin tones and the widest range of hair colors. I really like it! The iluminage Precise Touch is a sleek, permanent hair removal device that uses a combination of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and Radio Frequency (RF) energies. It’s easy to use and effectively works to keep hair removal less of a chore.
The design is elegant and discreet, so I keep my iluminage Precise Touch right on my vanity. To use, I start with a “fresh surface” by shaving my legs. Next, I turn on the Precise Touch and select the level (low, medium or high). I started on low and advanced to high without any problems or pain. One note: I’ve found that I’ve needed to repeatedly press down to get the device to trigger the pulse, especially on my legs. Because of the unique shape of the iluminage Precise Touch, you can treat smaller body parts, such as the underarm area, bikini line and face (upper lip, side burns and chin).
I noticed that with consistent use, the hair regrowth slows, even on my dark hair. That’s one of the main benefits to using the Precise Touch; it’s clinically proven to work on all skin tones. In terms of maintaining results, periodic touch-up treatments are recommended.
You can find the iluminage Precise Touch at Sephora and and iluminageBeauty.com. Have you used an at-home hair removal device? I’d be interested to know your experience!
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