Bellabe Facial Hair Remover Review/Giveaway (Closed)


Do you have facial hair?
As women we all want to look our best and never ever want facial hair. Some of us are blessed with a hairless face, then there are those of us who need to wax, tweeze, use bleach, Nair or even laser.
Recently I had an opportunity to review the Bellabe facial hair remover. Honestly I was a little concerned when I saw it because it looks like a spring rod. I was unsure how to use it or if it would hurt. After reading the instruction sheet that came with Bellabe, I thought to myself 'Ok sounds easy enough.' I was ready to try it! I bent the spring, put it against my face, and started rolling the ends. It was very easy, fast and no need to use harsh chemicals that always burn my sensitive skin. The area I tried it on was my chin (Yes, I think I have a beard growing in my older age HEHE) and to my amazement the hair was caught in the springs and removed, root and all.

Does it hurt you ask?
Well I'm not going to lie, yes it does. However it's just a little pull, no more than when you tweeze or wax. Remember when you first tweezed your eyebrows? Over time you just got used to it, well same goes with the Bellabe, the more I did it the less it hurt.
It was originally based on the the ancient art of threading hair removal used by Asians for centuries, the spring action does not use any thread, but it removes unwanted facial hair from the roots.

The wonderful people at Facial Hair Threading have offered to give one lucky Frugalicious Mommy reader a Bellabe Hair remover and Cleaning Brush of their own.

To Enter:

Visit them at http://www.facialhairthreading.com/ and let us know one thing you learned about the product.
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86 comments:

Shooting Stars Mag said...

I learned this:

Bellabe / Epicare can remove fine peach fuzz as well as thick hair. You know how sometimes we get that few thick shorties, well, Bellabe / Epicare can remove those too. It may take a couple of tries, but Bellabe / Epicare does the job!


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Anonymous said...

was featured on the Rachael Ray show
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Execumama said...

This product utilizes the ancient art of threading (which I get done on my brows, and LOVE IT), and it removes several strands at a time, unlike tweezing.

Sylvia said...

I learned that Hair regrowth varies from person to person, and depends on your hair type. It may take anywhere from 3 days to 4 weeks before you need to use Bellabe / Epicare again.
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Nancy said...

This product was featured on the Rachel Ray Show!

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Nicole said...

you don't need to have experience in threading to do this, it's a simple bend and roll motion so there is no risk of cuts or nicks.

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throuthehaze said...

I learned Regular use of Bellabe / Epicare may result in finer facial hair as hair is removed from the roots.
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amanda said...

I learned that it has been featured on Rachel Ray's show!
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Huguette E. said...

I learnt that regular use of Bellabe / Epicare may result in finer facial hair as hair is removed from the roots.

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Tania said...

The Bellabe uses a precision coil to remove the hairs/

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Bunny B said...

I learned that Bellabe is milder and less painful than waxing or conventional threading. Awesome product! :)


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pennypincher said...

I learned that using this may result in finer hair because it is removed from the roots!
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Andi said...

With Bellabe, threading hair removal expertise is not required, since no thread is involved, therefore there is no risk of cuts and nicks

Anonymous said...

it doesn't have any chemical....so it's natural and very good for sensitive skin.
and i have one already.....and i think it's a must in our lives!

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