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Verseo eGlide Home Electrolysis Hair Removal Roller

2.4 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Uses proven galvanic electrolysis hair removal technology
  • Has Face roller mode and Body roller modes
  • Safe and painless unlike professional electrolysis
  • Includes Conductive Gel
  • Also includes Tweezers, Carry-on Pouch, and Two AAA batteries.Safe and painless

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Product Description

Ideal for larger areas along the arms, underarms, bikini line, and legs, the electrolysis glider is about the size of an electric razor and just as easy to maneuver. The device's facial hair mode consists of three 20-second cycles and the body hair mode consists of two 5-minute cycles. Includes two AAA batteries, tweezers, 3 oz. of conductive gel, and travel case.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 3 x 8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003ZT67I2
  • UPC: 850210000921
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,976 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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First of all I'd like to say that I also made a review on website and they removed it because I gave them 2 stars, so now I'm giving them 1. The machine is low quality plastic. I had to return the machine once because the hinge came off the roller part and it was also stinging my fingers which can be a little painful. During the return they had lost my order and almost refused to send me another after about 2-3 months, with proof that I had sent it back. I just so happened to find my package number laying around. People rave about this product after just a few days which makes no sense. People are like "OMG I used it once and there's no hair anymore!" Um first of all duh!!! You pulled them out with tweezers. They will not come back over night. It takes weeks for your hair cycle to go back to those hairs you just pulled.

Now the results that I have seen is not worth the product. If you are going to buy it anyway, you need to buy an extra bottle of the gel. You also need to make sure you use the machine a few times a week. It does still sting your fingers, unless both my machines just happen to do that. If you feel a sting happening, quickly switch hands because it does get worse! After over a year of use I'm still seeing about 85-90% of the hair. Small little patches here and there. I am not happy with this product and would never tell someone to try it.

Ok, It has been about 2 months since I posted the other two paragraphs. I used it for well over a year and gave up a few weeks ago. It's useless, time consuming and would now give it 0 stars if possible. Save your money, I wish I did.
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I originally bought an eGlide after doing a report on it on my website, Beauty and Fashion Tech. I had a number of reader questions on it and some reports of people who liked the product and some reports of people who did not care for it or who did not see results. So, I figured I would give it a try on some facial hair. It took about 14 weeks of regular use to really see results, and I saw the most results after 5-6 months or so, when I also quit using it. At that time, I did have what I would say is around maybe 70% or more hair removal. Not too bad. But the product is not the easiest to use, takes time and consistency, and the directions say to pluck the hair after use, which makes it hard for use on large areas. One of my readers reported injury from what I suspect was a defective eglide (I think that person also posted a review here-the person with burnt thumbs). I haven't had problems such as that or problems with the device falling apart the way I have read a few others did, but it isn't the sturdiest looking thing either, which at $80-90 I really didn't expect. I previously did laser hair removal on my legs, which is my preference for that and what I would still recommend there since the eGlide really is better suited for small areas and for me the laser worked much better. But for those who can't use a laser, or who want to remove facial hair, where a laser should not be used, it is an affordable enough option that it might be worth a try. I am seeing reports of it working for perhaps half the people who use it. There definitely are people who do not get results with it. To some extent it is too new for me to completely make up my mind on that too. It is also hard to say if people who don't see results used it long enough or consistently enough. Here is my review of it on my site: "[...Read more ›
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I really wanted this product to work, but it ended up burning my thumbs! I have gone to a professional electrologist and I understand that electrology works but is not a fast process or a quick fix. I wanted to take care of a few stray hairs and do my legs myself. All of my observations were made on the body setting, not on the lower powered face setting.

I followed the directions to the letter. There is no tingling at the point of treatment if you use the conducting gel. The challenge I found is that I was getting painful burns on my thumbs. It took me awhile to figure out what was going on...but here goes.

Electricity runs in a circuit, "circle." The way electrology zaps hairs is by entering your body, moving through the hair folicles, through the skin and back into the E-glide through the hand. At the point of re-entery, my thumbs, there were nasty holes being burned into my flesh as I used the device. Why always my thumbs and not my fingers? Electricity takes the shortest path and my thumb is shorter than any of my fingers. I kept changing hands and hand positions and where ever and how ever I held it I kept getting burned. The rub is that you must complete the circuit with your body or electrology won't work, so wearing a glove or a non-conductor would be a waste of time. I ended up returning the product. It is a lovely idea. I hope they get this glitch fixed.
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I used this device as instructed for six months with absolutely no results. I was using the facial setting to no avail. It is also cheaply constructed and will not run on rechargeable batteries. I would not recommend this product.
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The good news is on my last week of use I dropped it in the toilet and after taking it apart and letting it dry out over night it still worked! Although that probably just tells you how simple and non extensive this thing is and it probably takes alot more than this to permanently remove hair. Any way im a guy with an average amount of chest and stomach hair to get rid of. My stomach I waxed and shaved while my chest I just shaved while using the e-glide. I did contact verso asking if the e-glide would still work if you just stick with shaving, and they said it would it will just may take a little longer. Well after using it on my stomach 3-4days a week and 6 times a week on my chest for 3 months I have.........not noticed a single bare patch of skin while regrowth rate and thickness remained the same. I think they've got a GREAT idea with roller electrolysis however I dont think this flimsy little thing is powerful enough to do much at all for most people. Yes I know it should take more than 3 months to achieve good results but after 3months and nothing at all I think I can safely say this will not work me. If you seriously want at home permanent hair loss I would (and am) look into a more powerful device. People in my case with lots of hair to get rid of might be interested in at home laser or ipl devices such as, the tria laser, or the silk'n senspil, or remington ilight just to name a few. My last words would be keep an eye out for an improved version of roller electrolysis but pass on the e-glide, only giving it 2 stars because it survived a plunge in the toilet.
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