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As with all new gizmos, it probably requires some practice to get the technique perfect: for example, getting the pressure right to guarantee optimum hair removal, as well as reaching the back-of-knee area. The initial results were good and felt smoother than those from simply shaving, although with repeated use significant improvement could be expected. The application of a good moisturiser after use would be a definite aid towards to getting the same sexy-looking legs as on the packaging. --Hannah Edwards
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Personally forget using this for hair removal... Use it as a pedicure !
This thing is ridiculous for hair removal IMHO unless you are very smooth to begin with. Read more
Fantastic product! I would definately recommend this - its great! Okay, the first time you use this, it is a little patchy and it is best to use the lower setting (as it says in... Read morePublished on 10 Dec 2009 by Amazon Customer
I have found this to be the best little gadget in a long time,much better than waxing or shaving, as long as you don't over do it there should be no problem. Read morePublished on 5 Jun 2009 by C. Houghton
I bought this product not from here but reading the reviews thought that I'd have my say anyway, I read the instructions then ignored them have super silky legs no pain no hurt and... Read morePublished on 18 Jan 2008 by K. Harrison
I have extremely sensitive skin and was very dubious about buying this. i had no choice though considering even shaving leaves my skin raw. Read morePublished on 28 Aug 2007 by Ms. L. F. M. Jones
I bought this after complete boredom with shaving, waxing, creams etc to try out a different solution. Read morePublished on 13 Feb 2007 by C Fox
Simply smooth does give you simply smooth legs but its not really that great as a hair remover. Having said that I am perservering with it so it may just be a case of time. Read morePublished on 12 Jan 2005 by Becky