REVIEW - Bellabe Facial Hair RemoverFriday, July 10, 2015
Facial hair is such a nuisance, isn't it? I've tried hair removal creams and waxing, but sometimes my skin, especially my upper lip, has a reaction. The Bellabe Facial Hair Remover ($15 each via Nail Polish Canada) offers a solution to this by acting like an epilator, but it's manual. Keep reading for my review and results!
The Bellabe is a long thing spring with handles. It works by trapping hairs between the coils and plucks the hairs out as you roll it onto your skin. The trick is to have it bent so the coils open for the hairs. I recommend practicing on your nose because it already has a slight curve, and rolling upwards toward your eyebrows.
|My little hairs!|
The Bellabe is reusable and is easily cleaned - I just grab a clean town and run it down the Bellabe, pulling the spring to loosen the hairs.
Because the Bellabe removes hair at the roots, it does hurt at first but then you get used to the pain - kind of like waxing, the faster and more you do it the less painful.
Above are my Before and After photos using the Bellabe (excuse the redness in the second photo). I only did my upper lip in this photo, but have used it on my nose, chin and cheeks. That's another great thing about the Bellabe, it's not just for your upper lip, but it can be used on the whole face.
If you're interested in getting a Bellabe of your own, Nail Polish Canada sells them for $15 (+ taxes and free shipping).
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*Product was provided for review