Oh, also, here's an interesting article on the subject (hope the link works):http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/65721/review_of_veet_rasera_bladeless_kit_pg2.html?cat=46
Review of Veet Rasera Bladeless Kit for Shaving
A Friendly Warning
Veet Rasera Bladeless Kit
Credit: CIAOSHOPPING | © CIAOSHOPPING
I noticed the longer the product sat, the warmer my legs became. Suddenly, when the time came to remove the product with the bladeless tool, I was on edge because of the burning sensation. I tried to do a smooth movement with the tool as I normally would with a razor and rinse, but the
grooves are so deep on the tool that it is hard to rinse the cream out. The cream literally gets stuck in the tool and you have to scrub it in hot water with quite a bit of force to clean it out. With a razor, I would normally be able to perform one to four swipes before doing this, but with each of the swipes with this tool I had to scrub and clean it. In addition to the fact that I had to clean with each swipe, this took a lot more time then I would have to spend with a razor. Needless to say, the "3 minute rule" that they suggest, turns into a little while longer.
On top of the deep grooves, the cream getting stuck and it taking more time to thoroughly clean the tool another issue posed itself. The hair was not removing as promised. I had just shaved a couple of days prior to this with a regular razor, so, the hair that I was trying to remove was minimal. I literally had to swipe the tool a few times each swipe to remove all the hair completely. I was not pleased with this at all.
While I am busy with all of this, my legs are almost on fire, so, I moved as quickly as possible to get all the cream off. I ended up having to get a bath sponge and scrub the rest off that still remained because I could not take the pain anymore. After removing the product that remained, my legs throbbed terribly and I had to allow water to run over my legs for a few minutes.
I noticed that my legs were red and nearly swollen. Upon further inspection, it looked as if the bladeless tool literally scratched parts of my skin off where I had used it. I could tell where I had used the tool and where I had used the sponge, and there was damage to my skin. Though I was not bleeding, it looked as if I was close to bleeding.
At this point, I thoroughly regretted this purchase. As for the promise of smooth legs and such, yes, they were smooth in some areas and this was the only positive and accurate point I see with this merchandise. The promise of the results lasting up to four times longer then that of a razor? I think not. The results did not even last the amount of time that it takes to require a new shave with a razor.
I would not recommend this product at all. In my opinion, it was a very painful and disappointing experience. I would just suggest someone stick to the razor, be careful and walk away with no severe injuries in the end than to use this product.