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Skip the razors and use this at-home laser hair remover on sale for just $50

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TL;DR: Through Nov. 23, you can get the Face To Feet Laser Hair Remover for just $49.99 instead of $189.99 — that’s a 74% discount.

Between the time it takes and the potential for painful nicks, shaving is just plain exhausting. If you want to limit how often you have to shave, you could try this at-home laser hair treatment. Normally, this laser hair remover would cost $189, but this sale is celebrating the holidays by dropping the price early. Until November 23, 11:59 PM Pacific, you can get the Face to Feet Laser Hair Remover for just $49.99. 

No need to shave during winter 

Stop trading the feeling of smooth skin for the hassle of shaving. If you want to reduce the amount of hair almost anywhere on your body, an at-home laser hair removal gets you out of a hairy situation. 

Even at a salon, laser hair removal may not be permanent. What it can do is reduce the amount of hair in a given area over several treatments. This handheld device takes about 45 seconds to heat up and start safely removing hair. You may feel a light pain, but a few uncomfortable sessions isn’t much when you consider the average woman spends 72 full days shaving over the course of her life. 

Laser hair removal works by zapping the hair right at the follicle. After a few treatments, the hair could stop growing without causing any damage to the skin. This laser device even has a 360-degree rotating handle to make it easier to hit those hard-to-reach areas like the armpits. Just make sure not to overdo it. Most salons recommend a laser treatment every four weeks until the area is bare. 

Ready for bikini season, even in sweater weather

Save time shaving by getting it all done at once. For a limited time, get the Face To Feet Laser Hair Remover on sale for $49.99 (reg. $189). No code needed. Sale ends November 23, 11:59 PM Pacific.

Prices subject to change.

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