Easy right, just pop in the battery, slide the button to the on position and then remove hair by using small circular motions. This hair remover will set you back about $20.00, not bad if the thing really works.
PROS: It’s easy enough to use and the pre prep is easy as well. I tried it out on fine facial hair that I unfortunately have and when I cleaned it afterward (recommended after each use), surprisingly there was hair in it so it must have removed some.
CONS: Everywhere I tried this hair remover I could feel stubble! So while it does work somewhat, it also doesn’t seem to completely remove the hair that you’re trying to remove with it, in all fairness though I might mention that it states that hair should ideally be a 1/4 of an inch in length for optimal results! I don’t know about you but I am certainly not going to allow any hair to grow to that length on my body, except for the hair on my head of course! not really sure what to say about this one ladies because it does remove some hair, it just leaves stubble so I’m afraid that this particular review is going to be a draw! Twenty bucks isn’t exactly cheap if it isn’t going to completely remove the hair but by the same token, I’m not going to allow my hair to pop out a quarter of an inch just to see if it works any better!