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Electric Shaver for Legs


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Posted on Sep 3, 2014 4:53:56 PM PDT
Epilators

Posted on Jun 4, 2012 1:42:02 PM PDT
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In reply to an earlier post on Jun 4, 2012 11:52:31 AM PDT
She had tougher skin when she was younger!Now it is more sensitive!!

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Posted on Jun 1, 2012 11:55:16 AM PDT
I bought my wife a Norelco Triple Head she loves it!She still uses a razor in the shower for under her arms.Now she can sit in a chair/bench and do her legs.As she got older her skin became thinner and she was nicking her legs a lot.

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Posted on May 28, 2012 3:13:50 PM PDT
Do you shave because you want to or because you have been programmed to?

Heh, seriously though a sharp razor works best. If it starts to dull it will be less effective and yep won't give the same results. Solution? Which out your razor and keep doing whatever else you've been doing. I don't shave my legs but electrics I find lacking for the face. They just never get as close as a razor.

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In reply to an earlier post on May 27, 2012 2:01:24 PM PDT
Captain says:
Sam, does it work on your beard as well?

In reply to an earlier post on May 27, 2012 9:48:23 AM PDT
Ulka X says:
I use a loofah to exfoliate too but I still get some bumps. Some of us just have more sensitive skin that way. An electric shaver reduces that issue so my legs look great bare and not have any red bump here and there.

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Initial post: May 26, 2012 2:47:32 PM PDT
Ulka X says:
Sure razors, epilators, and depilatory creams all work the best for smooth legs, but for some of us we get too many bumps from ingrown hairs and an electric shaver makes that more minimal. Over the years I've been frustrated with shavers for legs that either don't shave well or will shave very well for a limited time and then do a horrible job and in a couple cases would actually get painful by pulling hairs.

Then I spent a little more and bought a Norelco shaver that's marketed for shaving a beard put it does a great job of shaving legs and with it's 3 rotary heads it makes quick work of shaving unlike some of these leg shavers that have a small head. My current shaver is an AT810 which I can use in the shower.

Important: To start with, never mix up the head's 3 cutters and combs! They are matched pairs and if you mix them up you'll get a bad shave! If you can stand using it that way everyday for a couple weeks the cutters and combs will wear in and may shave like new again. Norelcos shave great but need a little more attention to cleaning to keep it working like new. If you one day find it doesn't shave very well it's most likely in need of cleaning to get out hair a debris that's clogging the heads enough that the blades can't stay seated right in order to trim the hair. Norelcos can suck in any stray hair strands it shaves over and the hair can get caught in the blades, wrap around the spindles and such in their and cause it to shave very poorly until you pull it apart and pick all the hair strands out of it. I'm careful not to shave where any strands of hair are to avoid having to frequently take the heads apart and clean them. You're more likely to have hair strands on your skin in the shower and that's where my shaver picks up most of the hair that eventually clogs it.
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Initial post:  May 26, 2012
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