The Aquaperfect epilator combines highly effective hair removal with micro-contact technology, resulting in perfectly smooth skin. For wet or dry use : the soothing action of water makes hair removal a gentler depilation experience every time.
The armpit is a delicate area to remove hair from, because its skin is thin and sensitive (it is common to see red spots in the area after hair removal) and not very accessible to the epilator head. Although it might be easy to guide the epilator on the leg surface, on the armpit it is much more difficult because this is a concave spot and it is sometimes necessary to press the epilator head against the skin for it to be effective.
In the figures below, we show the appropriate movements to achieve armpit hair removal without any inconvenience.
Please remember that the "sensitive areas" accessory which clips on to the epilator head should be used when removing hair from the armpits.
After following the instructions in the user manual for starting the appliance, make sure that your electrical socket is working by plugging another appliance. If it still does not work, do not try to dismantle or repair the appliance yourself, instead, take it to an approved repair centre
It is better to avoid sun exposure and sea bathing immediately after epilating, because the skin is sensitised. And if you are planning to epilate, the same advice applies, do not expose yourself before, so as not to have a too sensitive skin.
Depilation pulls up the hairs which then weakens and can sometimes grow up under the skin. To avoid this, you have to regularly exfoliate using the special exfoliation head of your epilator, 2 days after the depilation for example. You can also use a massage glove or a loofah sponge in the shower to release fine hairs. Remember to moisturise daily with a milk or a suitable cream… except the day of the depilation.