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  • InBeauty

    How to Clean Your Epilator in 5 Simple Steps

    Epilators have definitely made our lives easy, the process of removing body hair has been made effortless with this device. However, when epilator does so much work, it requires cleaning often, it is very simple but must be done thoroughly to ensure proper hygiene.

    Cleaning your device is very important for your body health. Never use any unclean epilator because you might get a skin infection.

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    Let’s go through simple steps of cleaning your epilator.

    1.     Separate the shaving head
    In order to clean your epilator, you need the shaving head to be separated because it’s the main part that requires cleaning. Rest is just the batteries which don’t need cleaning.

    Tip: You can also use the small cleaning brush that comes with the epilator in order to clean it as it is.

    2.     You can use the compressed air
    It is a great option when it comes to removing the hair that is stuck in the sides of the epilator. Air can access the hidden areas and ensure the total cleaning.

    Tip: You can use your hair dryer for blowing air in the epilator head, in some hair dryers you can use the cold air as well. Use some cool air if you feel that warm air is making your hands uncomfortable.

    3.     Run the head under water
    This is the best way to thoroughly clean your epilator. Water removes all the hair stuck insides and insides the shaving head. A little warm water would be better. Please make sure that you are washing each side, not leaving anything by mistake.

    4. Sanitize

    This can be done via various methods. The most widely known is soaking the shaving head into alcohol. However, you can also use alcohol soaked cotton ball to clean the tweezers and blades of shaving head.

    5.     Dry it

    The best way to dry your device is by shaking the shaving head thoroughly so that the water inside can drip out. Use tissue paper or dry towel to soak the rest of the water. Keep the parts open until it is completely dried out. It mostly takes a day for epilator to be dried completely. Don’t use wet epilator because if it isn’t waterproof, batteries will be burned out.

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    Cleaning the device is a very simple process and it doesn’t require a lot of effort, just make sure that you clean it regularly in order to get the best use of it. Epilator goes through a lot of trouble to provide perfectly glamorous skin, we owe at least regular cleaning to them. Just follow the simple steps given above and your device will be as good as new. Also, the feel of the fresh clean shave head is just amazing and the results are even better because a clean device will pluck out even smallest hair as they don’t have anything stuck in them and efficiency also improves. 

  • InWedding

    5 Things To Do Before Your Wedding Day

    After the long months of planning every last detail of your wedding, the day is finally upon you! Being just weeks away can be incredibly exciting, albeit filled with worry about whether or not you’re actually prepared. While you might have the vendors paid and the guests confirmed, what about preparations for yourself? Beyond the dress and shoes, it’s important to consider the beauty details of your big day. To ensure you’re ready, five of the most important things you’ll want to do (and when you’ll want to do them) are listed below.
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  • InHair

    The Evolution of Shaving

    Shaving facial hair is something that men have been doing for thousands of years, cave drawings have shown men to be clean shaven, women started shaving their bodily hair much later. In ancient times men would scrape away their facial hair using stone, flint or shells.


    In the last couple of centuries, the cut throat razor was developed and it is still used by some barbers, using the cut throat takes a lot of skill. The cut throat razor is a dangerous utensil and serious in can occur if it is not wielded properly. Shaving accidents are usually caused insufficient preparation of the skin and hair before the commencement of shaving, dull or dirty razor blades.

    It is estimated that 90% of men shave daily and that most men spend 5 months of their life in front of the bathroom mirror. This daily chore and the injuries it can cause have led to the evolution of shaving products and equipment.

    The Safety Razor
    Before the invention of the safety razor many men would have to visit a barber or get someone else to shave them, a cut throat razor is not particularly easy to use on one’s self. The safety razor saved a lot of palavers, this life changing utensil was first patented by Fredrik and Otto Kampfein 1880 you can learn more its history on Wikipedia. Early safety razors would have had just one blade, today we have multiple blades, disposable razors and all sorts.

    The problem with wet shaving is it still requires a bit of work and entails a little jeopardy, electric shavers are extremely common with men looking to avoid this work and jeopardy. It is estimated that around 25% of men use electric shavers.

    The Electric Shaver
    The first electric shaver came onto the market in the late 1920’s, it was invented by a man called Jacob Schick and it cost $25. The electric shaver has evolved in all kinds of ways much more than the safety razor has, there is only so much that can be done with a handle and a blade I suppose.

    Flexible Shaving Heads
    Among the cons electric shavers had was that wet shaves were always closer. This explains why all major companies started to bring flexible heads in the early 1990s. The main idea here was to acquire the flexibility necessary to get closer to one’s face.

    Battery Life Added
    Visual indicators were first seen in the 90s. These would display the battery’s charging status. The electric razors would last as the battery did. As the battery faded, the blades would progressively weaken. However, razors today can deliver full functionality, even as the battery fades until it completely dies. This ensures consistent charge throughout the battery’s life cycle.

    Waterproof Razors
    Upon entry into the new millennium, electric razors evolved to become waterproof. You’d be good to go if you wanted to clean your unit’s head under running water or if you wished to take it with you into the shower.

    Self-Cleaning Systems
    In 2001, Braun changes the game by introducing the first self-cleaning electric razor. Users would now face-down the shaver’s base, not only to charge but also clean it.

    Braun Series 9
    Recently, Braun released the Braun Series 9. This includes 4 specially designed cutting elements: the direct and cut trimmer (used on long, multi-directional hairs), the hyper-lift and cut trimmer (used on flat hairs) and two Opti-foil elements that finish up the close shave. It’s the most efficient and fastest electric shaver in the world.

    The Evolution Continues
    The shaving game has become unexpectedly competitive. The technology is advancing at a surprisingly rapid pace. We believe there are good reasons why electric shavers that were invented long ago and are still used. What’s next? That’s only for us to guess.

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  • InSkincare

    Shick Hydro Silk Trimstyle Review

    The Shick Hydro Silk Trimstyle for women offers a dual function in an easy-to-use compact tool. It combines a hydrating hydro silk razor with a waterproof bikini trimmer with three length settings that are adjustable to your desire. The bikini trimmer can be used in or out of the shower for a convenient bikini maintenance.

    Shick Hydro Silk Trimstyle

    Shick Hydro Silk Trimstyle

    The five curve sensing blades and skin guards help to reduce irritation and bumps while providing an ultimate close shave. The Hydro Silk Trimstyle has a water-activated moisturizing serum that is hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested and helps to replenish the skin natural moisture. Read more

  • InSkincare

    Influenster Vox Box: Gillette Venus Embrace Sensitive Skin Review

    Gillette Venus Embrace Sensitive Skin

    Gillette Venus Embrace Sensitive Skin

    Shaving for me is like a daily habit, I often times get miserable when I feel that prickly hair growing back within less than a week. I have tried, used and reused several methods of hair removal tools. But is there really a trick to achieve that long lasting smooth skin? Why does the hair always grow back? Some hair removal tools and remedies swear by their name, but it just doesn’t work as how it’s supposed to. Read more

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