Product Review: KEDA Epilator

As women, it's perfectly natural for us to be conscious of our physical appearance, and that includes our body hair. In a hot country like the Philippines, it's inevitable not to wear sleeveless clothes; not only are they stylish, but they're also comfortable and easy to move around in. But of course, for us to comfortably wear our sleeveless tops outside, our pits must be hair-free, I'm sure you don't want your underarm hair sticking out while you raise your hand or move your arm at work or in school. With that, I think that the hair removal process is something that should be easy for us.


Before I discovered epilation, I preferred plucking and waxing. Both were affordable ways to get rid of body hair, but both were also time-consuming. Luckily, I've found an inexpensive yet effective product that has saved me time and money.

The Keda KD-190R epilator is an affordable hair removal tool you can easily purchase from various stores online. It's a user-friendly device designed to fit perfectly in your hands for easier removal of unwanted hair. Quick Product Info:

Price: 459.00, ordered online

Type: Dry epilator (not waterproof), cordless and rechargable

Charging Time: 8 hours, good for 30 minutes use

Package Inclusions: 1 epilator, 1 charging cord, 1 user manual, 1 thin pouch, and 1 cleaning brush (all organized in a medium-sized box)

So far, so good. I'm enjoying this product at the moment because it's so easy to use (if anything ever goes wrong, I'll update this post). While there was only one mode of speed available, it was fast enough to remove everything; you just have to go through the same areas at least twice. It's also better to do it at night, as this gives the skin ample time to recover from the epilation. Important reminders:

◆ Avoid this epilator from getting wet; it might cause electric shock. As mentioned earlier, the Keda KD-190R epilator is not a waterproof device, do not use it in the shower.

◆ Use the cleaning brush to clean the device and remove stranded hairs;

◆ It's better if you do not share this product with others for hygienic reasons;

◆ You can use this epilator to remove hair from your bikini line, but please be extra careful in doing so.

What to do before and after epilation?

Avoid ingrown hairs by washing and exfoliating your underarms first, then patting it dry with a towel before you epilate. It will make the whole process less painful. After epilation, use a good moisturizer to prevent your skin from drying. I use Himalaya Herbals Nourishing Skin Cream, the same moisturizer that I use for my face. It's effective, affordable, and can be purchased at almost any drug store. It remains to be my favorite moisturizer because you can use it almost anywhere on your body, and you can still get the same effects.

That would be all for today's post. Thank you for reading! ♥ Andi

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