Panasonic unveils LED foam epilator
Dubai, November 11, 2012
Panasonic has launched the world’s first LED foam epilator featuring an LED light and double disc for smooth, close and comfortable hair removal.
The portable ES-WD74 foam epilator is completely waterproof - fully immiscible and can be used in the bath with lather or used dry, a statement said.
As the discs move, a stream of foam is created (any liquid soap can be used) which lifts the flat lying hair upright and also opens the pores. This helps to remove hair from the roots gently and less painfully than dry epilation, the statement added.
The WD74 comes with the illuminating LED light which makes visible even the shortest hair to naked eyes and does not leave any hair behind. Its new dual wide disc technology offers 40 per cent increase in epilation speed with 48 precise tweezers which capture long and fine hair easily.
As the double discs foam epilator rotates, epilation is performed by catching the hair growth. Moving it in any direction allows one to perform simple and quick epilation, the statement said.
The three discs move up and down according to the contours of the body, easily removing even the shortest hair. It’s “Skin Protector” feature specifically works towards being gentle on the skin.
This epilator comes with a pre-epilation comb and large epilating head for legs and arms, as well as a small head for underarms and bikini line.
With a one hour battery charge, the cordless epilator runs smoothly for a 40 min usage. The ES-WD74 is washable and comes in a travel pouch with four replaceable heads to shave an entire body, according to the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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