The waterproof feature allows it to be used both on dry skin and in the shower. They recommend using the coarse or medium filing disc to remove dry skin in circular motions and then the soft disc for 1-2 minutes for final smoothing. I particular like their safety function that prevents you from pushing too hard. The disc stalls if you’re using too much pressure.
The system works pretty well. I had several issues with this unit. The instructions don’t tell you how to change the discs and the discs aren’t labeled so unless you’re a regular beautician, you’d have no clue, which one was coarse vs medium vs fine. I felt them to try to figure out which one they are. It’d be less confusing if they were labeled on the disc itself. If you do get this, let me teach you how to change the discs. By holding the bottom base, it simply pulls off. There are a couple focus points that pop into the holes at the base. See the picture and you’ll know what I mean.
Overall, the machine was easy to use with it’s ergonomic shape. The only issues I had were the ones listed above and well, if you read it, then you’ll have no issues at all.
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