Emjoi Epi Slim review

Disclosure:  received this product for no charge from Emjoi's publicists  I was not paid in anyway to write this review, all opinions are my own.

How many times have you been out and about and suddenly notice an embarrassing hair!  Of course you are stuck that way until you get home, but your entire day is pretty much ruined, because all you can think about is that hair.

Well that embarrassing unable to get rid of on the go hair is now a thing of the past thanks to Emjoi Epi Slim!

The new ultra-portable and ultra-affordable Emjoi Epi Slim does everything that its larger Emjoi siblings do—removing unwanted hair from the body and face, while doing so with the absolute minimum of discomfort—but in a smaller, lighter package and at an extremely affordable price.

 The Epi Slim+ e18 will be available online at www.emjoi.com from this coming November 1.
 Ideally timed for the holiday market, Emjoi’s ultra-convenient, ultra-portable, ultra-sleek and superbly effective new battery-operated epilator, the Epi Slim e18, is sure to be a hit both for gifting and for self- purchase this coming holiday season and beyond. 

I mean really who wants to be a grandma's house and suddenly realize that they have a bit of hair on their upper lip!  Now every holiday family photo is going to show case said hair!

 The compact Epi Slim+ features 18 of the same patented 3-disc tweezers that have long made Emjoi products the go- to choice for removing unwanted hair (as short as 0.3mm) from the root from any part of the body (including the most sensitive areas—face, bikini line, underarms, etc.) quickly, with minimum discomfort and for up to six weeks at a time. 
 With eRase glide technology, its disc opening at an optimal 14mm and operating at 540 strokes per second, these tweezers remove the majority of hair at the first pass to keep the possibility of skin irritation to an absolute minimum. Meanwhile skin glide technology lifts up and removes hair by gliding the tweezers over the skin with less irritation. 

I do want to mention though that if you get the angle even slightly wrong it hurts!  I am yet to get cut or have irritation afterward, but if I push to hard and have the angle wrong it really stings.  So when using make sure to hold it just right.

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