HairDIY Hair Removal Gadgets: A Little Scary, But They Work!
  • Okay this looks a little like a maintenance kit for a car, but don't let the cables scare you! The Vector uses tweezers and an electric current to get rid of unwanted hair. (Folica Vector Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal System,$ 199.95, folica)
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  • This product promises that within 6 months you'll be permanently hair free. (Tria Laser Hair Removal System, $395, triabeauty)
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  • It looks like an old cd player but this product means business—it runs on Home Pulsed Light (HPL) and requires its own lamp cartridges. (Silk'n SensEpil, $499, sephora)
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  •  Safe to use on 'nearly' all body parts and it's aromotherapy based. (Bliss Poetic Waxing At-Home hair Removal Kit, $45, sephora)
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  • This kit comes with a lot of goodies that hopefully you won't have to use it as much. (no! no! 8800 Series Deluxe Professional Hair Removal Kit, $250, HSN)
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DIY Hair Removal Gadgets: A Little Scary, But They Work!




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