August 20, 2008

The Epila Personal Laser Hair Remover

epila-silver-SM.gifWhy is there a shortage of sharks with lasers? Most likely because they're all being diverted to the Epila production facility, adjacent to the subterranean lair of one doctor of evil, PhD. And that's good news for you, if you're looking for to rid yourself of unwanted hair, epilation style.

Check out the Epila laser hair removal system. How does it work?

Epila is an 808 nanometer (nm) wavelength diode laser device designed to be used by consumers. Epila conforms with the health and safety requirements set out in International directives and is CE Certified making it safe to use at home. The 808 nm wavelength is currently being used throughout clinics worldwide for permanent hair removal. This technology has been proven to have over 90% effectiveness for permanent hair removal by leading research institutes and universities.

OK, I'm not a marketing guru, but when I click on the "How It Works" link on a website, I expect hyperbole and spin. Not science and reality. Please, just tell me it works better than anything else in the world and include at least one pull quote from some random academic at John's Hopkins.

If you really want to get a feel for the Epila, click over to this eHow link and learn eHow you'd actually use one.

The Epila is normally $299, but for a limited time is only $199. How limited? No idea.

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Posted by Russell Neufeld at August 20, 2008 8:14 AM
Recent Comments

I have one... and I'm utterly disapointed. First it's expensive, second it hurts.

Posted by: sandy at November 10, 2010 5:15 AM

Hey just for all of you wondering if this little gizmo actually works well here's my story. I bought it 3 months ago and have been using it several times a month, now my legs have about 70% less hair and almost no regrowth, you're not gonna get miracles but hey for two hundred bucks ive saved more by buying it! Good luck to you all.

Posted by: Frankie at February 18, 2009 8:27 PM

Epila conforms with the health and safety requirements set out in International directives and is CE Certified making it safe to use at home.

Posted by: Frank at October 25, 2008 1:11 PM
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