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me smooth Hair Removal Device

What it is:A revolutionary at-home professional hair removal device for all skintones. What it does:The mē smooth is the first and only at-home hair removal device that is FDA cleared to be safe and effective for all skintones. Gentle, easy to use, and just minutes a treatment, now you can experience the freedom of silky, smooth skin without the hassles of shaving and waxing. What else you need to know:mē smooth is clinically proven safe and effective for use on the face. It is designed with universal voltage. This package includes one cartridge and accessory protective cap (already installed), a power cord, and a user guide. Replacement cartridge and storage pouch are sold separately.
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Questions & Answers for me smooth Hair Removal Device

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Hi I was wondering if this product works on light blond hair?
I have very fine light blond hair with fair skin. Want to know more about product before spending the money thanks
asked 11 months ago
ajax83
(Alberta, Canada)
on Hair Removal Device
5 answers
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answer 1
1877Sephora's response is wrong. It states in the manual that gray hair and blonde hair are not responsive to me smooth.
answered 9 months ago
fightingage
(Chattanooga, TN)
answer 2
Click the how to use tab on the Spehora page for this device and look under the precautions it clearly states:
-Do not use the device on areas with light hair color.
answered 9 months ago
stillalady
answer 3
If you read the user manual available for download on their official website, it clearly states that this is only for use on dark hair. It may be used on most skin tones and hair types (fine, coarse, medium, etc.) but NOT all hair colors. In the warnings list it says "DO NOT use the device on areas with light hair color".
answered 10 months ago
nelly145
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 4
I have read on other sites that sell this machine, that it is NOT for light or gray hair.
answered 11 months ago
carolsag
(New York)
answer 5
Yes! The Me Smooth Hair Removal Device is designed to work with all skin tones and hair types. More information on the product and how to use it can be found on the product page here> http://www.sephora.com/hair-removal-device-P379018.
answered 11 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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Why can't it be used on the face?
Why exactly can't this be used on the face? Is it because it won't work on finer facial hair, or is it a safety issue? If so what is the issue? I'd like to find something to use on upper lip and hairline, and unless these things have been shown to blind people or cause brain damage or something I don't understand the difference. If they do have adverse effects with use on the face I wish they would list what they are. Anybody have any information? Thanks!
asked 11 months ago
nelly145
(Minneapolis, MN)
on Hair Removal Device
4 answers
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answer 1
I think they had that on there because testing was not complete, but if you take a look at the sephora page for Me Smooth now it says you can use it on the face!
answered 6 months ago
angeet
(Alberta, Canada)
answer 2
I just looked at the mesmooth.com website and it says it take 2 mins to do your face. They even sell an adapter to make it easier to use on your face.
answered 6 months ago
BritinHouston
(Houston, TX.)
answer 3
Okay, I found the user guide on thier website and it says it can cause burning, blistering, and permanent lightening of the skin if used on the face. Also may cause severe migraines and seizures in people with epilepsy.
answered 10 months ago
nelly145
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 4
I'm not sure, but I still use it on the face anyway. One of the main reason's I wanted an at home laser device.
answered 10 months ago
ohyeahSephora
(Houston,TX)
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Is this permanent hair removal or something more akin to waxing?
asked 10 months ago
Sarahleelee
on Hair Removal Device
3 answers
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answer 1
You can shave as often as you like. They recommend shaving before treatment to avoid discomfort. The impulse light cartridge is to reduce hair growth. You remove the hair first and then use the me smooth. I have no hair growth on my legs after 7 weeks.
answered 9 months ago
fightingage
(Chattanooga, TN)
answer 2
It is not a permanent hair removal.
It's more like an epilator but then you have to shave first, then use this device, and after 7 treatments (once a week), you will only have to use the device once a month to maintain the areas hair-free.
I used a Braun b4 with great results. I switched to Me (thinking it was permanent!), I gave up after the 5th treatment as my hair became a forest due to shaving; and to wait 1 week to treat the underarm area during the summer...not an option for me anymore. I now have to return the Me. Is definitely not for me.
answered 9 months ago
allyana
(New York, NY)
answer 3
It is suppose to be a permanent hair removal system over time. The hair is suppose to become less and less as you continue to use the product. I have used it for about 6 weeks and yes I still get hair but I don't have to shave as often. So I will continue to use the ME device and see what happens. I hope this helps!
answered 10 months ago
dawncj1969
(Virginia Beach, VA)
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how many pulses
How many pulses are in the included cartridge? Thanks
asked 8 months ago
kaivalya
(San Francisco)
on Hair Removal Device
3 answers
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answer 1
6000 pulses according to the Sephora page for the replacement cartridge.
answered 6 months ago
angeet
(Alberta, Canada)
answer 2
I m using for my both full legs, under arms, and bikini area, each one last at least 5 weeks, no more than 7 weeks
answered 7 months ago
ShellSS
(Newport Beach, CA)
answer 3
I was able to use it every week for about 3 full months and I just ordered another cartridge, very happy with the product thus far.
answered 8 months ago
chicana90011
(Afghanistan)
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Does it have a universal charger?
Do I need a converter when I use it while traveling?
Can I use it in other countries besides Canada?
asked 11 months ago
Alice03
on Hair Removal Device
2 answers
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answer 1
I would recommend getting a universal charger to go along with this set :).
answered 11 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
You just need the right adaptor, no convertor needed
answered 11 months ago
IngKor
(NJ)
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is this permanent hair removal and can it be used in bikini area
asked 11 months ago
uggles
(New York, NY)
on Hair Removal Device
2 answers
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answer 1
Actually, I have to rectify my previous answer. As someone pointed out this device is not advertised as a "permanent hair removal", and obviously it doesn't have the results of one (which explains my disappointment with it). It's just a new technology epilator. To understand better, the quick reference guide says: " For best results, use Me on the same area once a week for 7 weeks. Performing additional monthly treatments, after completing the first 7 treatments, will help you maintain your smooth, silky, hair-free results". Maintaing is one thing and permanent removal another thing.
answered 9 months ago
allyana
(New York, NY)
answer 2
Yes, it' s a permanent hair removal device and it can be used on the bikini area. In fact it can be used on all areas except the face. As for permanently removing the hair, yes, it is supposed to do so, but be aware that hair growth is also connected to hormonal activity and through out our life our body keeps changing; therefore, no device will guarantee you will be totally hairless for the rest of your life. You may need to repeat the procedure whenever is necessary. Personally, ME Smooth didn't work out for me at all, but maybe it works for others.
answered 9 months ago
allyana
(New York, NY)
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Is it okay to use this device after waxing?
asked 10 months ago
Anonymous
on Hair Removal Device
2 answers
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answer 1
I actually prefer to wax for longer results! I'm on my 5th week of treatments.
answered 10 months ago
ohyeahSephora
(Houston,TX)
answer 2
The device is best used on skin after shaving. You may want to contact Me Smooth directly for specifics and troubleshooting.
answered 10 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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Is this marketed for permanent hair removal?
I see that it's an @home hair removal but was wondering if it leads to permanent hair removal? I thought I read somewhere it did but, then I read Sephora's description it's not mentioned... just curious..
asked 10 months ago
RoseElf
(Fort Worth, Tx)
on Hair Removal Device
2 answers
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answer 1
Correction to my previous post: it is NOT marketed as a permanent hair removal.
What is implied is that Me achieves permanent hair removal results over time, in the sense that you'll need to use the device less & less.
"For best results, use me on the same area once a week for 7 weeks. Performing additional monthly treatments, after completing the first 7 treatments, will help you maintain your smooth, silky, hair-free results".
answered 9 months ago
allyana
(New York, NY)
answer 2
It is marketed for permanent hair removal.
Personally, it didn't remove anything for me :)), but other people seem to give positive results, so I guess you can only try it out and see how it goes. If you don't like it you can always return it to Sephora.
answered 9 months ago
allyana
(New York, NY)
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Is hair removal permanent?
If this device CAN achieve permanent hair removal, how many treatments are required/recommended for the permanent removal of unwanted body hair (specifically on both legs - I have a medium complexion with thick, blonde leg hair that grows ridiculously fast)?
asked 9 months ago
Anonymous
(Akron, OH)
on Hair Removal Device
2 answers
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answer 1
Correction to my previous post:
1) This device is not marketed as a permanent hair removal. However it states that over time you will have less & less hair.
"For best results, use me on the same area once a week for 7 weeks. Performing additional monthly treatments, after completing the first 7 treatments, will help maintain your smooth, silky, hair-free results".
answered 9 months ago
allyana
(New York, NY)
answer 2
1) This device is supposed to achieve permanent hair removal, but it didn't remove my hair at all, so I guess you'll have to try it and pray it works for you.
2) It is stated in the user guide that you need 1 treatment per week, for 7 weeks, then you can use the device whenever is needed (this depends on hormonal activity, hair growth cycle etc. which is different from person to person)
answered 9 months ago
allyana
(New York, NY)
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Does this cause ingrown hairs?
I typically have a problem with getting a lot of ingrown hairs when shaving and using Nair. I've tried lotions, pre-scrubs, etc. to prevent ingrown hairs but still tend to get them. Does this product also cause ingrown hairs?
asked 11 months ago
Dianees2
(Milwaukee, WI)
on Hair Removal Device
2 answers
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answer 1
I found my ingrown hairs disappeared while using me smooth. I am not sure if it is because the hair follicle is no longer creating hair or what, but I no longer have ingrowns under my arms or on my legs.
answered 9 months ago
fightingage
(Chattanooga, TN)
answer 2
I'm on my 5th week of treatment and I have not gotten an ingrown hair with this product. Normally I get them occasionally from shaving. The flashes probably kill the bacteria that help cause ingrown hairs.
answered 10 months ago
ohyeahSephora
(Houston,TX)
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