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Review - Lejel Forever Free

If you watch local TV often, I'm sure you would have seen the advertisements for this particular product called ForeverFree. I first came across this product on Channel U's shopping channel : Lejel Home Shopping Singapore. In case you haven't seen it, here's a video of it(not in Chinese though):
I've wanted to review this product long ago but I kept forgetting to. A few days ago, I received an email regarding this product so I decided to do a quick post before I forget about it again. :p

I bought this directly from Lejel; I sent an SMS to the number that they have posted on TV and they called me the next day regarding the order. The shipment was rather fast, I forgot how long it took but it was cash-on-delivery so you wouldn't have to worry about giving your credit card details through the phone.

I have to say that I was a little disappointed when I received it. The packaging and content of the items were nicely packed and worked well. Then what caused my disappointment? In the advertisements, it shows hair being pulled from the root which resembles an epilator. But in actual fact, it's just a normal electronic shaver. I would say that the price of this is steep for an electronic shaver.

There are some good points though, it works well in shower and is easy to clean. For those who use normal shavers, sometimes you can cut yourself by accident and not get everything cleaned off. This would be useful to you as it gives a close shave without having to worry about cutting yourself.

Overall, I would recommend an epilator; I think you can get one by just topping up some more and removes hairs that will lasts for a longer period!

Straight to the point - for those who are lazy to read everything :p
[What I like about it]
✔ Works well in shower
✔ Easy to clean
✔ Close shave without cutting yourself

[What I dislike about it]
✘ Very expensive✘ Regrowth within a week


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