The Pearl Hair Remover system says that it can “crystallize” your hair without causing you any physical harm, providing smooth skin, and giving the hair a harder time of growing back. Sounds great if it works, but the hair removal industry is notorious for products that fail. So how about this one?
Getting rid of unwanted body hair is a big problem for both men and women, and one part of our evolutionary process that hasn’t really caught up with everything else. Shaving it off has its obvious disadvantages, and getting waxed is painful and can really add up price-wise. Laser treatments are expensive, require multiple visits, and don’t get rid of hair permanently in many cases. Finding something you can use on your own, at home, that actually works can be a bit tricky.
The makers of the Pearl Hair Remover system say that you won’t have to use harsh chemicals like depilatory creams, or pay for expensive office visits to get your hair removed by lasers. They say their process is safe for all skin types, and that you can use it on multiple parts of the body with the same effect. One thing they don’t claim is that this is permanent hair removal, but they do state that fewer hairs should grow back with repeated use.
Similar to the No No hair remover, this one gets attention because it looks so easy to use, and there’s enough hope built so that it appears like it could actually work. Early feedback on it is slanted towards being positive, which will only add to the hype as it enjoys the word-of-mouth effect. But the
The Pearl Hair Remover totals out at $200 with an option to break it up into three installments of $66. While this may seem like a good chunk of cash, try tallying up how much you spend on razors and shaving cream, or how much it costs to get waxing done on a regular basis. You might be surprised, or perhaps you’ve known all along the high cost of smooth skin, and have just been waiting for something that makes more sense.
This might take a little more of your time up front, but less and less of your time as you continue to use it. The reason is that it’s not a simple 1-2-3 process, and it does take a bit of practice to get the hang of it. It’s not like an electric razor where you just pass it over the hair, and if you miss a spot you just go back over. It’s something that requires using it in the right manner, and repeating the process until it seems natural for you and is providing good results.
The Pearl Hair Removal system is living up to real world trials, and the results look promising. The one thing to keep in mind is that it does take a bit of time to learn the best way to use it for your particular skin and hair combination. But what we’ve seen is that users say it doesn’t hurt to use it, just like they promise. The one thing that you’ll either have to get used to, or have to tolerate is that it emits a smell of burning hair, even though there is no sensation of being burned.
They say that the burning smell goes away over time, because you’ll have less hair the more you use it . Be sure to read the instructions, as there are some particular rules to follow or you won’t get the results you want and will have a false perception of its effectiveness. Those that use it as instructed have a far higher success rate with it, and leave the most positive feedback for it. Some of the negative reviews are from those that obviously rushed into using it, or didn’t get past the learning curve and gave up prematurely.
Final Pearl Hair Remover Review
The Pearl Hair Remover is getting our Solid Try rating, based on positive feedback from users, and for the relatively inexpensive one-time purchase. As long as you’re willing to put the time in to learn how to use it the right way, you should be very happy with it, and the savings will happen over time if you happen to be a waxer or if you are considering going with laser hair reduction.
The 60 day guarantee on this is what earned it the Solid status. With products that involve the skin, especially with hair removal since hair type is also a factor, it’s nice to have a backup in place in case your skin and hair combo isn’t one that is compatible with the gadget. Being able to evaluate it for a full 60 days means they aren’t afraid to let you try it out multiple times. It also increases the chances that you’ll take the time to get to know it, and have more success with it.
Having a solid go-to way to get rid of your hair is a big plus, and this might even be able to replace the need for shaving or waxing if used over a long duration. Similar to laser treatments the hair is supposed to grow slowly and thinner as you go along, reducing the need to shave daily or to use the device all the time. That is a big reason why so many people are interested in this, especially those that have to reach for the razor each day to stay smooth.
113 Customer Reviews on “Does the Pearl Hair Remover Really Work?”
Ordered it a month ago, still haven’t received. There is no customer service number only an email address. Haven’t gotten any response to my emails. don’t waste your money. I calling my credit card company.
I agree Amy. I have been using it my face – for vellus hair removal ( fine white facial hair) – not even thick hair like on legs etc, and all I get is white stubble all over my face – have been using it for 3 years and it has not killed off one hair. Its just better than having long facial hair so I kept using it. The Pearl replacement parts – the bit that has the wire across it breaks really quickly. I had bought a ‘No! No!’ earlier and use their ‘ head’ on the Pearl and the wire has never broken. Now the Pearl is not working so will dig up the No! No! for my ‘shave’. A very expensive disappointment. I think anything bought from those ‘ shopping’ sites are the same- flogging dodgy products
I bought the Pearl earlier this year, hoping to get rid of the vellus hair on my face. It came with a small and a large ‘head’. The wire broke quite quickly on the small head, and broke again on the replacement, so I am using the bigger head now ( possibly better for legs). All I can say is, that I run it over my face 3 times a week and the hair just keeps growing. In fact I am wondering if the heat is actually causing more hair to grow – I already looked like a billy goat so not a good thought. If you think about how much heat is used with say electrolysis, or laser ( you need pain killers for those ), it is just not possible for this product to work. The Buffer pads are a joke. I had bought a No! No! machine earlier, but that one definitely scratches my skin, but I get a closer ‘ shave’..the Pearl has never burnt me or sctached my face…anyway, it is a waste of money, but it keeps my long thck white Vellus hair short and as there is nothing else on the market short of having electrolysis every day for the rest of my life, I am still using the Pearl…even though the short white stubble is quite embarrassing
i am 15 and i want to try the pearl because i have a really bad problem with hair i take after my dads side mostly.
should i get my dad to let me try it hes says that it proberly will be oposite to what the add says easy and pain free.
would you recomend trying it at my age when im terning 16 in march late.
I’ve used the pearl and it’s great. I don’t know what others are doing but I’ve only used it a couple times and it works great. My hair is defiantly thinning. While I do admit it does burn a bit and leaves a bit of a rash from the buffer pads but it is no different to waxing (I have sensitive skin as I can’t use removal cream). Maybe some aren’t using it properly or aren’t giving it enough time to start working. As the instructions say it could take some time to take effect. I suggest giving it a try and using the whole trial time before making up your mind.
A little bit late, but trust me, this thing DOESN´T WORK AT ALL, it only removes some hairs but not all, I really regret buying it
Considering taking these people to court after being burnt badly by it. Maybe some of us could do a class action lawsuit.
I bought the Pearl hair removal hoping that it would remove all unwanted hair. I usually wax which leaves my leg hairs quite soft considering I have very dark hair. After using it on my arms the hairs were all spikey THEN the second time I used it the head of the machine piece broke. I was below pleased with this product, it fact it was shithouse. I’m returning it back. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS Y’ALL
I am actually scared to use this product. It definitely is not painfree – it burns! Not only did it not burn off all the hair – it burnt me and left me with scratches and rashes that look like I’ve been attacked by an angry cat. I’m sending mine back…. disappointing as I had high hopes for this product.
I bought it, I tried it, and now I am returning it!
I gave his product a good go, followed instructions, and found that it was not effective. Would not recommend The Pearl Hair Remover.
I bought the pearl 3 days ago. Read the instruction manual all the way through. Started using it after the recommended time of charge. I did everything it said. It seriously did nothing, even after I used the buffing pads and moisturized. It said on the adds it leaves you with silky smooth skin that you would love to touch all the time. It left me with spiky legs and arms. I hadn’t shaved for weeks so my hair was at the recommended length. It did nothing at all except for smoke and smell of burnt hair, which is what is normal, it means it is working when it is doing that, but it did not leave me with smooth skin at all. Far from it. It burnt only the tip of the hairs off.
I tried it on my arms where my hairs on there are much thinner. It worked better on my arms but still had the spiky feel, no matter how many times I went over it! I thought I’d give it another chance the next day because my under arms is one of the main reasons I bought it, my underarms are never smooth. I shave them with a razor and the next morning I have to shave them again. So I tried using the pearl under there, it did nothing at all! It didn’t get anything. It was just uncomfortable felt like scraping plastic under there against my hairs. They were long too. I tried it on my bikini line and it did nothing. It seems it doesn’t work at all on thicker hair. I tried it on my bf’s back who is quite hairy. I went over the one spot of hair patch so many times and it burnt a couple then that was it. And his hair on his body is long. Also when I would use it, it would burn me every now and then. When I first place it on my skin sometimes it would give me a burn zap, which I got scared of and tried being more careful but it stil got me. It says its not meant to be painful? It is everything opposite of what they are selling it for. And they want $300 for it?
I recently purchased a Pearl Hair Remover as I find it hard to get to the Salon for regular waxing. I hate shaving as the rough stubble the next day is annoying. I left the hair long enough to see how great this Pearl works. Yes the smell of burning hair is awful and stinks the house out. I found that it takes many attempts over certain areas to remove the hair and it misses a lot. The next day I could feel the stubble beginning on my legs and now it is day 3 my legs feel like my husbands unshaven face. I think I will send mine back as I would say if you are a shaver then it is not different, & if you like smooth legs and bits for a few weeks at a time then waxing is the way to go. I have also used hair removal cream that has a inhibitor in it which states the more you use it the slower and thinner the hair will be when growing back. Hair removal is a personal choice so I would recommend that trying it yourself is the best thing to do.
I really want to try this. I’ve heard that it does have a pretty intense smell, but it’s burning the hair-what do you expect? People have also told me that it’s not super easy to use, but it IS painless, and it DOES work. The commercial’s balloon bit is kind of ridiculous (how dumb do you think I am?), but I can look past that.
Price-wise, it’s pretty much on par with similar devices, and I’ve heard the hair takes about a week to grow back. It seems like it’s probably similar to using an epilator, meaning it’s a little awkward and pretty time-consuming, but it hurts much less than an epilator.