Verseo eGlide Electrolysis Hair Removal Roller Review

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Beauty and Technology come together in the amazing Verseo eGlide Electrolysis Roller! The eGlide Electrolysis Roller uses the most advanced patented technology for hair reduction at home! eGlide Electrolysis Roller permanently removes unwanted hair on larger areas of the body unlike professional electrolysis, which only focuses on one hair at a time.

 

How does Verseo eGlide Hair Removal Roller work?
It is so simple and easy to use; you can use it on your face, underarms, and bikiniline legs and even in problem areas like your chin and upper lip. The procedure is painless, non-invasive and works for all skin types. There’s no danger of scarring or any other side effects, so you can now avoid any waxing, shaving or painful needle electrolysis at expensive salons and use the eGlide in the comfort of your home.

Verseo eGlide uses the more effective galvanic electrolysis method. The advanced microglide circuitry of the eGlide generates galvanic electronic pulses, which then travel from the roller to the skin through the body and back to the metal strips on each side of the eGlide.

You have to apply conductive gel that transmits the pulses to the hair follicles to produce a natural electrolytic reaction with the fleshy tissues saline to produce sodium hydroxide (lye), a caustic agent that in turn kills the hair follicle and the dermal papilla. Once this happens the follicle can never grow hair again. eGlide has proven to be as effective as needle electrolysis with 60 per cent hair reduction, in just 90 days, on using it for 10 minutes per week!

 

 

What do I get? (Official Website Offer – www.Verseo.com)

  • 1 Verseo eGlide Hair Removal
  • 2 AAA batteries
  • All this for just $89.95

 

 

Reviews and Complaints
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Verseo eGlide Hair Removal Roller Video

 

4 thoughts on “Verseo eGlide Electrolysis Hair Removal Roller Review

  1. This “review” sounds bogus. It’s probably a press release instead of a real review.

    Has anyone tried it? Does it work on coarse, dark hair?

    It’s followed by an ad for NO!NO!, which has already been reviewed, and it doesn’t do what I need it to do.

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