We Review The Best Selling Epilators

We provide unbiased ratings and epilator reviews to help you choose the best epilator for your needs. To find the best epilator, we sent one of our researchers to research all of the best selling epilators. We looked at all of the top brands including Braun, Panasonic, and Emjoi. We’ve summarized our overall top picks.

For detailed reviews of all of the epilators that we researched and a breakdown of all the test scores, see our detailed epilator reviews.

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What’s In This Guide
Overall Best Picks For 2014

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Best Selling

We have done the research for you and found the best selling epilators.

Best Epilators For Specific Needs

Find the best epilator for different areas of the body and needs. Picks for  women and men.

How To Choose The Best Epilator

Choosing the best epilator for you depends on your needs.

Choosing the best epilator for you depends on your needs. Every epilator comes with different features and accessories that are designed to meet the needs of different people. Some can be used under water and cordlessly. Here is what you should consider when selecting an epilator.

Wet Or Dry Option
Although we found that epilating works best on dry skin, the newest epilators can be used in the shower and under water. Because this makes epilation less messy and painful, you might still like to have this option.

Some epilators operate on standard batteries. However, if you plan on epilating often, you might want to upgrade to a corded or rechargeable model.

Epilators come with a different amount of tweezers. Epilating can take a long time especially at first. While having more tweezers results in faster epilation, it can be more painful. At the same time, it means that the pain is not drawn out as long.

Amount Of Pain
It’s no secret that epilators can be painful since epilating involves removing hair at the root. Some companies claim that they have created special attachments to make the process less painful.

Areas Of The Body You Want To Use It
Most women use epilators primarily on their legs. However, if you decide you want to use it in other areas, you might want to consider getting an epilator that comes with attachments for various areas of your body. For more hard to reach areas, you may want to consider getting a smaller sized epilator.

Epilators can be noisy. Most can be as loud as an electric razor. Some are louder than others.

Speed Settings
Some epilators come with different speed settings. Depending on your hair type, you might want to have this option available.

The epilators we examined range from about 40 to 100 dollars. While spending more doesn’t necessarily mean that you get better performance, the more features you want, the more it will cost.

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