If you are new to epilation or have not used an epilator in a long time, it may take a short while for your skin to adapt to epilation. Initial discomfort felt will decrease over time. While using you may find that quantity and density of hair growth lessen.
EPILATION NOTE: Using an epilator may cause reddening or irritation of the skin. This is a normal reaction that will disappear shortly. If the irritation does not disappear within a few days, you should consult your doctor.
- Be sure the unit is plugged in.
- Make sure your skin is clean, dry, and free of any creams, greases or oils.
- Choose your desired speed: Low speed for sensitive areas and high speed for your legs and arms.
- With your free hand, hold the skin tight to ensure that the hairs stand up straight.
- Place flat against the skin, with the epilation head forming a 90 degree angle to the skin.
- With a slow, continuous movement, pass the unit in the direction of hair growth across the skin. If results are not optimal when passing the unit in the direction of the hair growth, small circular movements along the skin will also produce desired results.
- Repeat this process over desired areas until unwanted hair is removed.
- Once complete, turn off the epilator and remove the adapter if corded.
SENSITIVE AREA ATTACHMENT: For hair removal on your most sensitive areas, remove the full-size epilation attachment and replace it with the sensitive-area attachment as follows.
- Ensure that the epilator is turned off.
- Press the epilation attachment release button located on the side of the unit.
- Remove the full-size epilation attachment.
- Position the sensitive-area attachment in the correct location covering the top of the unit.
- Press gently until the attachment clicks into position.