Who sells epilators? I’ve already written about what is the best epilator and reviewed almost all of the most popular models. I just realized that a lot of people may want to know where to buy a hair epilator. Epilators can range from 30 dollars to 150 dollars from popular brands such as Braun, Emjoi, Epilady, Philips, Remington, and Panasonic.
Retailers such as Amazon and Drugstore.com tend to stock a wide range of epilators from several brands. If you happen to live in the United States, there are a number of places that sell epilators locally. You will find the widest selection online, but even local stores sell them. Here are a few stores that I checked where they sell epilators.
Amazon carries just about everything. You can purchase epilators on Amazon too. The company offers most of the popular models. Most of the models are sold directly by Amazon. However, if Amazon doesn’t directly sell the model it is usually available from a 3rd party seller on the marketplace. Looking for the best facial epilator , best epilator for underarms, or best epilator for the bikini? The great thing about Amazon is that you can read reviews from actual customers who have used the epilators on different areas of their body like their legs, face, underarms, and bikini area. Some of the most popular models have thousands of reviews.
Other than Amazon, Drugstore.com has the one of the widest selections of epilators online. You can find almost all of the most popular models here from Braun, Emjoi, Epilady, Panasonic, Philips, and Remington.
If you are in the market for a Braun epilator, check with the main site. Braun doesn’t actually sell epilators but it tells you where to buy them from. Currently, they have the Braun Silk 9, Braun Silk 7 SkinSpa, Braun Silk 7, Braun Silk 5, Braun Silk 3, and Braun Face.
Philips sells its line of epilators on its online store. Current models include the SatinPerfect, SatinSoft, and Satinelle.
Compared to other brands, Emjoi has the widest selection of epilators. All of these models are available for purchase directly on its ecommerce store. Currently, they have the Emjoi Emagine, Emjoi eRase, Emjoi Soft Caress, Emjoi Divine, Emjoi Epi Slim, and the Emjoi Epi Slim+ e18. There is even an epilator for men.
Panasonic has its entire selection of epilators available for purchase on its online store including the Panasonic ES-ED90-P, ES-ED64-S, ES-ED70-G, ES-EU20-P, and ES-ED50-N.
Epilady has 5 epilators for sale on its online store. The company is still selling the Epilady Classic Trio. Additional models available are the Epilady Legend 4, EpiFlex, Epilady Speed, and Epilady Waterproof.
Currently Remington sells both the Smooth & Silky Essential and the Smooth & Silky Wet/Dry Face online.
Almost everyone has a Walmart store near them. If you don’t, you can purchase epilators online from them. They don’t have quiet the selection that Amazon has but you should be able to find the most popular models.
I love shopping at Target because it is so close to my house. I was shopping in Target the other day and noticed that Target has a small selection of epilators in the hair removal section. In the store, they don’t have a lot of epilators to choose from. My Target only had two epilators, the Braun Silk 7 and the Remington Smooth And Silky. Some models are only available online.
Bed Bath And Beyond
The selection of epilators at Bed Bath and Beyond will vary. They don’t have too many available models in stores, but they have a better selection online.
I love Sally’s, but my local Sally’s doesn’t carry a wide selection of epilators. I think I only saw one model from Emjoi.
Walgreens used to carry epilators in the personal care section, but there is no guarantee that it still carries them. I searched the Walgreens website and found that it no longer carries epilators.
I remember I first saw an epilator at my local Long Drugs. Now Long Drugs is CVS. I think their selection is limited but there is a chance you can find the more popular models.