There are few things more frustrating than the process of shaving. It takes up so much time and energy, and worst of all, it never *quite* seems to get the job done. The alternative isn’t much better–waxing and other body hair removal procedures are super expensive and def not an ideal way to spend your time off. Luckily, there’s a great sale right now for a tool that might just solve your seemingly never-ending struggle (if, of course, body hair is something that bothers you.)
The XSoul Permanent Hair Removal Kit is currently a whopping 50% off on Amazon right now (!). Usually priced at $200, you can snag this at-home laser hair removal device for just $99.99. The tool is designed for all genders, and is ideal for upper lip, chin, underarms, legs, arms and your bikini area (unfortunately, it isn’t recommended for eyebrows).
The device, which comes with five different power level, uses IPL, or intense pulsed light, to permanently remove body hair. Typically, these types of treatments by a plastic surgeon can cost around $400.
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The kit also comes with two razors and a pair of protective eyewear. XSoul explains that the tool is completely safe and does not harm the skin in the process of hair removal. It also must work pretty well, considering it has almost about 6,000 5-star ratings on Amazon. Plus, even more positive written reviews to back it up.
One user wrote that their experience using the XSoul was even better than professional treatments they’d paid for.
“This thing is absolutely worth it and more, one of the best purchases I have made on Amazon. It permanently removes body hair and there is no downside. If your body hair is darker than your skin tone, you should absolutely buy it,” wrote another reviewer who bought the XSoul in 2020.
If you’re considering a new hair removal option, this XSoul kit could be a great purchase. It’s currently Amazon’s #1 Best Seller in Light Hair Removal Devices, and it seems like it actually works. BRB, I’ll be adding this to my cart.
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