what should be done to avoid any problems with epilators

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    1. 1) Any side effect from using an epilator would be the exact same side effect as getting waxed. (If you are prone to getting ingrown hairs, this will be the case with either method of hair removal.)The effect in terms of effectiveness of hair removal is exactly the same, since they both pull out the hair.2) Using an epilator is easier to do at home than doing your own waxing at home, and more economical than having regular waxings at an aesthetician’s. Epilators eventually discourage the re-growth of hair.3) To avoid any problems, just bear in mind that this is an electrical device and shouldn’t be used while in the bath or shower. My personal recommendations for using an epilator: 1) Use over a dry sink (the hair that gets pulled out just falls, and the sink will help with easy clean-up). 2) After using, rub in some aloe to soothe the skin3) Clean off the hair on the epilator with the included brush after use; occasionally, you may also use a cotton swab dipped in isoproponyl alcohol.4) The first time using one (esp. if you have a lot of body hair) will be rather harsh/painful, so take your time and maybe do part of the area one day and finish the next. It gets easier with each use, since less and less hair will grow in.I’ve used this one for years (and so does my sister), so I highly recommend it: [external link] Wikipedia: [external link] epilator is an electrical device used to remove hair by mechanically grasping multiple hairs simultaneously and pulling them out. The way in which epilators pull out hair is similar to waxing.