Fasbruy at-Home IPL Hair Removal Device: 6 Month Update

Fasbruy at-Home IPL Hair Removal Device: 6 Month Update

It's a scam. Six months later and my device is broken. It's in a trash pile somewhere. Did I notice any improvement in my targeted area, specifically the hairs in my underarm? No.

See, I went for a professional IPL service for six months in 2013. It worked until I stop going, the unwanted hairs on my underarms grew back, remaining unchanged. I didn't expect an at-home device to work the same in the span of six months. I'm thinking of long-term use. But that's no longer possible since my Fasbruy at-Home IPL Hair Removal Device is broken. What a waste.

If you're contemplating getting this device base on the Amazon Reviews, think twice. That's the reason I bought mine in the first place. I relied too much on the positive reviews. Boo.

Sadly, I didn't apply for its warranty online. So it's my loss.

I got my device in January of this year. Read here. By end of July, it would no longer pulsed light. I diligently used mine 3 times a week because I have thick, vigorous hair growth in that part of my body. Ugh.

The razor included is unusable. It couldn't do its job properly. The googles, for eye protection, is cheaply made.

In short, would I recommend this product? Base on what I've written above, no. 

Still, I wouldn't say no to an at-home hair removal device. I love how convenient it is. After this experience, I'll buy from a reputable brand. I'd suggest you do the same. Spending a little more could be beneficial in the long run.