Remington EP7010 Women’s Total Coverage, Epilation, Tweezing Hair Removal System

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Amazon Price: $34.99 $27.49 You save: $7.50 (21%). (as of June 30, 2017 10:04 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Achieve long-lasting hair removal and beautifully smooth skin with the Remington smooth and silky epilator. The total coverage epilation system easily removes hair in one pass, making epilation faster than ever. It was developed with an ergonomic design and an angled cap to ensure optimal hair removal effectively catching even the shortest hairs. Whether you need hair removal on your legs, arms or sensitive areas, you can have smooth and silky skin for up to 6 weeks.

3 Simple steps to long-lasting silkiness:

1. Clean, exfoliate and dry skin prior to use.
2. Hold epilator at a 90 degree angle and your skin taut, using small circular steady motions gently glide the epilator over the skin against the direction of hair growth.
3. After epilation, apply a mild soothing cream or lotion to help with any irritation for smooth, silky skin!

Tip: Regularly exfoliate after epilation to reduce ingrown hairs.

Whether you need hair removal on your legs, arms or sensitive areas, you can have smooth and silky skin for up to 6 weeks*.

*Versus shaving with a razor

What is Epilation?

Epilation is the removal of hair from the root, for long lasting smooth skin, with the use of an electric tweezing system. Using an epilator, which removes hair from the roots, may cause reddening or irritation of the skin. This is a normal reaction that will quickly disappear.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 8.2 x 3.9 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • UPC: 787734764919 885659971570 885275653133 074590523270
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  • Item model number: EP7010

Customer Reviews

Detailed review

89 people found this helpful.
 on July 28, 2016
This is my first and only epilator so far, so I don’t have much to compare it with. I bought this to use mainly on my neck and chin hair that is particularly tenacious. I am not new to hair removal and have tried everything on this area so far. Depilatory creams work, but I get a rash and they smell. Threading hurts A LOT, shaving didn’t last longer than a day, and waxing was just getting expensive to do on a weekly basis. I decided to try epilation. I am new to that.

Great product. I am not experienced with epilation

28 people found this helpful.
 on December 18, 2016
By Annedrea
Great product. I am not experienced with epilation. I have researched it on the web but this is my first time using one. My advice is do read the instructions. I figured that it was self explanatory so the first time I used it a few days ago I just ran it across my leg like a razor. The instructions recommend using small circular motions. I would say that I have fairly thick hair that grows on my legs. When I initially did it with the same motion I use for a razor I did indeed notice that the hair was being cut off and not pulled from the root. This in turn left me with a wicked ingrown hair on one of my legs. I am a single mother of 2 with a hectic daily agenda so I did not have enough time to do more then the one leg that day. I later read the directions and when I found some time tackled my other leg. This time, with the more precise small circular motions, I noticed that I would say over 90 percent of the hairs came out with roots intact. As far as pain, as I said I have 2 kids and a few tattoos therefore the pain was not as bad as child birth but I can easily compare it getting a tattoo. It has a pinch feeling with a mild burning sensation afterwards. As most people using hair removal products know beauty comes at a price, small amount of pain to endure with the possibility of only having to use it once a month or so. So I would give this product 5 stars and recommend to a friend. Great product, great style.

Great product. Just start off slowly

61 people found this helpful.
 on February 20, 2016
By Miss F
I found out about epilators about eight months ago and thought I would try one before my vacation. I have been using this for that long, and have had a positive experience, but epilating is not the same as shaving. I have seen some negative reviews, and I think they are mostly because people jump straight into the deep end and don’t prep first.

Effective! (with a learning curve)

11 people found this helpful.
 on March 18, 2017
By Amy B.
I bought this last week after reading tons of reviews on epilators and watching what seemed like 100 YouTube videos on how to use them. I bought this primarily to use on my legs and underarms, and while I know that epilators won’t give you that silky, “freshly-shaved” feeling, I feel that being hairless for a few weeks at a time is worth the trade off. Anyway, upon first use, I hated this thing. It was painful and it wasn’t removing many hairs. I considered returning it. However, I gave it another try, this time following instructions from the packaging (I know, duh, right?) and also some from online reviews. To make this thing work (and it DOES work), be sure to use it right after a bath or shower, BUT YOUR SKIN HAS TO BE DRY AND FREE FROM OILS/LOTIONS/CREAMS. Also, while in the shower, EXFOLIATE. Use a loofah, scrubbie, whatever. It will prep your skin for the epilator. When epilating, hold the machine at a 90 degree angle with your skin. Pulling skin “taut” can help with the pain of it’s too painful. Honestly, my legs weren’t painful at all. My underarms, however, were. But if I keep consistent with using it (1x per week, I’d say), then it really won’t be painful at all because the initial, coarse hairs have already been removed. After epilation, MOISTURIZE!! That’s super important. I’d say overall, I’m really happy with this purchase. It works and it’s super compact (great for storage and travel). The price was right, too!

I couldn’t bear to use on my legs because WOW was it ever painful, and I have a pretty high pain tolerance

3 people found this helpful.
 on March 26, 2017
By BunnyJ
I had an epilator that I bought years ago from Amazon. That one, however, I couldn’t bear to use on my legs because WOW was it ever painful, and I have a pretty high pain tolerance! Due to nerve/neurological issues, this time around I can barely feel it on my legs now. So far I’ve used it on my arms and legs with very little pain/discomfort. I did have a few ingrown hairs pop up on my arms though, but I think that more vigorous exfoliation beforehand will take care of that. Plus, I use vitamin E oil afterward for moisturizing purposes.

It seemed like a cheap

5 people found this helpful.
 on August 6, 2016
By Amazon Customer
It seemed like a cheap, watered down version of an epilator to me, but I guess that’s because I’ve tried more advanced 80+ tweezer epilators and I’ve tried a waterproof epilator and there is no going back. But if you’re on a budget and trying to get a first epilator or trying to stop shaving and get into removing hair from the roots, then this is definitely a good product for you and it costs way less than waxing. You really can’t beat the price!

Trying all different angles works best. It does hurt

3 people found this helpful.
 on September 15, 2016
By Nikki
I’ve found this to be quite effective. I often have to pass over an area multiple times before it’s clear of hair, but that’s expected. Trying all different angles works best. It does hurt, but not intolerably so most of the time. This fits in my hand well and is easy to use. Hair does sort of get everywhere, so you’ll want to lay a towel down. All in all, this does what it says it does and I’ve had no problems with it.

Great for hairy armpits

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 6, 2017
By madmaxx
I use this for my under arm hair and it works great. The design is small for easy storage. There’s two settings on it, fast or medium. It does have to be plugged in for it to work. For best results for underarms use this after you shower to prevent ingrown hairs. I can go about a full week without having to pluck my underarms with this tool. Seriously don’t know what I would do without this product. I took away a star because of the plug in cord.