Electric tweezer claims seem to be too perfect to be true in a way. If this kind of a so-called permanent hair removal method required no skills and really caused no painful feelings or some electric tweezers side effects together with the result, the market force would easily make it a standard in the industry.
Personal units will usually be sold to home users for only $100.00-$200.00, but in some cases the price can be as high as $3,500.00 and even more.
Accessories, for example, humidifiers, conductive gels, and pre-treatment and post-treatment products that can increase effectiveness, as it is said, can add a big sum to the total price of the service. The so-called professional treatment usually will cost a consumer from about $0.50-$2.00 per minute. The Professional units can usually be sold as some kind of home business opportunity and to beauty salons as an addition to the service.
Then an unsuspecting practitioner will treat his clients who are looking for permanent hair removal. Practitioners often sincerely believe that the device works as claimed and sell treatments without knowing it's quackery. The promoters of electric tweezers mix together facts and invent stories to make their technically shaky explanations seem to be very credible.
They can also cautiously express claims to trick an unwary consumer: "Painless and permanent", "No side effects", "Clinically proven", "More effective than electrolysis, and without the needle", "Hair can conduct enough energy to kill the root", (considerable scientific evidence suggests it is not possible). These devices generate additional victims when they are sold as business opportunities: "Makes a great home business", "Offer your salon clients permanent hair removal". Metal pincers that are used by hand pull singled hairs out by their root, one or sometimes a few at once.
In general, an electrified tweezer may be very helpful for hair removal on eyebrows or stray hair that sometimes appears on face.
But an electrified tweezer shouldn't be applied to pull out hairs in nose. You should always trim hairs in nose in order to avoid potentially unsafe infections. Sometimes it can cause some pain. After using tweezer you may swab your skin with some antiseptic cream or gel to get rid of the pain. Some doctors do not advise to use electric tweezer to remove the hair in bikini area.
The using of an electrified tweezer may be tricky for big areas. For example, for legs, sometimes for underarms area. Sometimes a tweezer might reason ingrown hair. This kind of hair is removed more difficultly than usual hair. It's more painful and uncomfortable.
An electric tweezer may also cause pitting and even scars. Especially if you or your doctor can't use the tweezer in a right way. That's why you mustn't use tweezers until you have it done.
If you don't do it, you may scare your skin so much, because you have some areas of the body that are hard to do by yourself. For example, upper lip area, eyebrow area, underarm and bikini area.
And remember: be very careful when shaping brows.Even one little hair can make a huge difference in your eye-brow shape.
To avoid some more electric tweezers side effects try to do the following:
1) After every use clean your tweezers.
2) Care tips on electric tweezers
3) Swab your tweezer with antiseptic tonic.
4) Use cap to protect the tips of tweezers and keep them stored in a box or a tube.
5) Tension of the spring may be increased. For doing that gently pull both halves of your tweezers apart. When you have increased the spring tension, you can decrease it no longer.
6) Try not to drop your tweezers. Dropping of the tweezers can dull their tips and toss the tweezers out of the alignment.