Braun SE7280 Silk-Epil Xpressive Epilator Body System, Corded

Braun SE7280 Silk-Epil Xpressive Epilator Body System, Corded

  • Has new pivoting head that ideally adapts to the body contours for maximum thoroughness
  • Stimulates the skin before and soothes it after hair removal
  • Reveals event the finest hairs
  • Comes with shaver head and trimmer, massage system, efficiency cap, beginner cap and pouch

The Braun Silk-epil Xpressive Epilator is a revolutionary hair lift system the lifts, loosens and gently removes even short flat lying hairs at the root for an extra thorough epilation; the result: smooth skin up to 4 weeks in few strokesThese days women are busier than ever! Since shaving is the last thing on your mind, Braun created the Silk-epil Xpressive Body System 7280 — a 40-tweezer epilator with a pivoting head for weeks of smooth skin. Best of all, it significantly reduces the discomfo

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  1. B. Anderson says:
    122 of 122 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome product, June 29, 2008
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    I am in LOVE with this product! I got so tired of shaving EVERY DAY in the summer time just so I can wear shorts, capri’s, or a dress. The first use was VERY painful. For me, it was worth it. I just used it for the third time, and it seems to be less painful with each use. If you go very slowly, and run the epilator over the same spot a few times, you basically get every hair — and I only paid a little over $100 for this item. I tried waxing, but the hair breakage I was left with made the experience a total waste of money and time. I paid $150 for a full leg wax and bikini wax last year before I went on vacation, and still ended up shaving the whole vacation just so I could wear a bathing suit every day. I’m not brave enough to use this on my underarms yet. The best advice I can give is to use this in the late afternoon when you’re not going to leave your house — you are left with tiny red spots where the hair gets pulled out, but this is gone by morning. By the third use, the red spots almost had disappeared before bedtime. I hope you find this review helpful.

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  2. C. Klaassen says:
    99 of 103 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Advice from an epilating virgin, January 8, 2009
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    C. Klaassen (New Jersey, USA) –
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    I am a bit of a body hair-phobe. Shave in all areas (legs, bikini, underarms) daily. Waste lots of time, water, and razors that way, but maintain my sanity. I saw this epilator when it was a gold box deal. Had a Christmas gift certificate, so thought, “why not?”

    In all my years (and there are getting to be distressingly many of them) I have never epilated or waxed in any of the relevant areas. My sister-in-law once described her bikini wax in infinite detail – enough to put me off body waxing for good. I saw a friends epilady years ago and immediately recognized it as an implement of torture. So I slogged along year after year with my daily defoliation. Until I saw this new creation. It looked practical, sounded reasonable and the reviews were good – so I bought it.

    Day one – tried it out on the kids and husband first. (Never said I was a saint.) Kids said that it “tickled” and pinched a bit. Husband screamed in agony. Decided to trust the kids.

    Day two – after a hour of yoga and deep breathing plugged in the device. Several long minutes later, turned it on. Hesitantly applied it to my lower leg. (Leg hair with one days growth, naturally.) In general pain level was very mild, mostly a pinch and a pull, unfortunately I experienced no tickling. Once I a while there was a “YOW” moment, but nothing to go on about. Success, I love my epilator.

    Day three – Legs remain pleasingly smooth, will move on to problematic underarm and bikini areas. How bad can this be? Answer: Very. Did not read review recommending three alcoholic beverages prior to use, now understand the need, would recommend general anesthesia instead.

    Days four, five and six – ponder impending sale of nightmare inducing epilator. Will anyone in their right mind buy an used epilator?

    Day seven – notice offensive leg hair is returning. Eye epilator. Begin yoga and deep breathing sequence. After plugging in epilator have to take break due to spasmodic hand trembling. Contemplate alcoholic beverages, as it is ten in the a.m. consider this ill advised. Tenatively begin use, after first pass regain enthusiasm. Not as bad as first time at all.

    Resolution – will continue to use on leg area. Bikini and underarm areas will remain unmolested.

    Epi-log (Sorry could not resist.): Have been using epilator for about a month now. It has become a good deal less uncomfortable. Have found that using it after soaking in a hot tub is best. The hairs come out easily and with minimal pain. So far have not had any ingrown hairs or other complications! (Note: still limiting use to leg area – wimpish character remains intact.)

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  3. Maria says:
    55 of 57 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Tips for epilating your underarms, August 9, 2008
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    Maria
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    I’ve waxed my underarms every three weeks every summer for the last few years – which adds up money-wise. I bought the Silk Epil as an alternative, figuring I would just have to use it 4 times to make the money back in what I would’ve spent at the salon. The first time I tried it, it was so painful that I screamed. I couldn’t believe how bad it hurt – MUCH more than waxing. I’m happy to say that I just finished my 4th time and the pain is now manageable. Not pain-free, but a similar level to waxing, which I can tolerate. Here’s how I did it:

    1. Start on your legs to get used to the sensation. It’s unlike anything else.
    2. Use it on as short as hair as possible. It really does make a big difference in the pain – the tugging feeling is awful. I shaved and then tried again four days later.
    3. Pull your as skin tight as possible.
    4. For me, turning my head and watching makes it more tolerable than watching it the mirror. Must be a psychological thing, but it is a big difference.
    5. Take a deep breath and just plow through it. I hold my breath and take a pause between each pass. The pain dissipates quickly – within ten seconds.
    6. Don’t wait for all the hair to grow back before epilating again. Hair grows in at vastly different rates, and it is much easier when the hair is sparse. I do it every week, and it gets easier each time.

    Good luck!

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