Is The Veet Infini’Silk Pro Light-Based IPL Hair Removal System The State Of The Art Product Users Desire?
Buyers are always looking to replicate the abilities of a salon experience with any at-home skin or hair care treatment product and the corded Veet Infini’Silk Pro IPL Hair Removal System promises to offer state of the art technology with the same type of system as buyers would find offered by their local professionals.
There are high hopes with this machine, especially when it claims to provide full body hair removal for men and women, but does it deliver?
What benefits have buyers noted in their testimonials for this Veet Infini’Silk Pro?
This product is designed to be easy to use so that buyers can target all the necessary areas with minimal effort and this is seen through the simple handheld design, large 4 cm2 treatment window and 5 different light levels. When used correctly and efficiently, it is a simple case of hold, flash, repeat.
There are also skin colour and skin contact sensors on board to make the experience even safer. On that note, there are buyers saying that they feel little more than heat on the lower setting and it is definitely a pain-free experience up until the point that they bravely attempt bikini zones with a level 5 treatment.
When it comes to the results, it is important to remember that the specification uses the term “permanent hair reduction results” and buyers should therefore not expect to see any permanent removal. Users have observed hair growing back more sporadically, finer and slower – meaning they have to spend less time on their hair removal regime – but it does not disappear completely.
It should take just 5 treatments to see a difference but obviously that varies greatly from person to person. Some will see noticeable changes in this time while others will see the start of improvements and require a couple of months of treatment before they are more satisfied.
Of course one of the key questions that buyers will have with this Veet Infini’Silk Pro Light-Based IPL Hair Removal System is whether or not it can live up to its talk of fully body hair removal.
Reports from users are pretty encouraging in this area because even though bikini zones can be painful, they are able to use the device here, on arms, legs and underarms and each zone has seen some changes. Also, there have been comments regarding surprisingly positive results for hair removal on men’s backs, so this idea of it being a unisex system seems to be justified.
Are there any downsides to owning a Veet Infini’Silk Pro IPL Hair Removal System for at-home hair removal?
What is interesting with the feedback for this machine is that the overall satisfaction rating is a fairly average. For some, this is for little more than slow progress and a poorly written manual but others have seen flaws that could prove to be more of an issue.
Despite the fact that the treatment window is a good size, buyers have found it too easy to miss sections. The time spent going back over their legs and arms makes the session a little more time-consuming than many had hoped for and this is not helped by the fact that the cartridge takes a little while to recharge after each burst of light. Others have mentioned that the light can be pretty bright, especially on level 5, to the point that it is difficult to look at.
Summary: does an average overall rating mean that this Veet IPL Hair Removal System is just an average product?
There are so many good points to the design of this system and it does live up to a lot of its sales promises. It does come down to expectations in many ways; if you expect a fast, high-end experience with perfect results because of that “state of the art” tag, you could be disappointed with the time taken to achieve an efficient process and noticeable hair reduction.
If, however, you are purely looking for a convenient, all-over alternative to the expense of the salon – one where you can be sure of a safe, comfortable experience – you should find that the Veet IPL fulfils its aims with a good result.