First impressions were good. A quality device supplied with a number of attachments, a carry bag (good size but a bit cheap looking,) a charging cord, Olay wipes, a cleaning brush and a battery powered facial cleansing brush. The device charged up quickly with a green flashing light when charging that goes steady when fully charged. It is not to noisy and has a built in "Smart Light," a bright LED to you and me to light up the area to be worked on.
My wife tried an epilator many years ago and still remembers the pain but was willing to give this a try with the benefit of 20 years of advances. Unfortunately the process is still ripping the hairs out of your leg so despite using the supplied wipes and the high frequency massage feature she could only manage a part of her leg before she screamed enough. "Try the second speed?" I suggested but this only made the pain worse. I told her to stick with and it will be easier next time but she just swore at me and tried to attack me with it! So if you use an epilator this works well but if you have tried it and not liked it this is unlikely to convert you.
The facial cleansing brush is powered by AAs and can be used wet or dry. The bristles are soft but the motor seems quite weak and there seems to be little benefit over manual cleansing so not really convinced of its value.
However this is not a dead loss as there is also a shaving attachment and this works well providing a smooth close shave with a comb cover provided. It is water resistant as well as being easy to dismantle to clean.
This package seems quite expensive and the epilator is available without the facial cleaning brush and looks much better value. So if epilating is your thing then this should be fine but I would leave the final word to the Q&As in the product description where the question is asked "Is epilation painful?" The response given never really answers the question and should be replaced by a simple "YES!"