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"Smooth Away" to buff the leg hair away

Last post Mar 23, 2009 6:36 PM by purselamplady . 37 replies.


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    I saw his on a commercial this morning and ordered it.  I hope it works well.  Anybody else fall for this, ordering it?

     

    https://www.getsmoothaway.com/index.asp?did=&refcode=1002

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    Hope it works...Wished I had seen this before I bought me a new electric shaver....

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    Looks like something I could definitely use.  PLEASE let us know how it works once you try it out.

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     you'll have to let us know how it works!!!

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    Shipping is outrageous.  It was as much as the product+ I got one set free. Ya right.

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     It sounds great. I'm wondering how long each pad lasts. You're going to have to moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. Let us know!

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    I definately want to know how these work please. Since my weight loss my pits have become like concave, if you will, and I have to use a bikini razor to get in there and its very innervating (is that the word?) I could use the smaller pad to get in there really good. Please let us know.

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    I had a set of pads like these in high school, and they did work really well but only when your skin was really dry. The nice thing was that after using the pads your skin was all exfoliated and hoping in the shower and then using lotion made them feel great. However, if the skin was not dry the process did not work very well, and the pads themselves only lasted through 3 to 5 uses.

    Please let us know more! Thanks!

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    Oh I have been wanting to try these.  Please let us know if they work.  I am so tired of shaving or (gasp) waxing and the deplitories dont work on my dark coarse hair.  

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    It really does work.  Just make sure you are not just out of the shower or have just put on lotion.  The area needs to be really dry. 

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    Did it hurt?  It looks painful (she says with a wince)

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  • Re: "Smooth Away" to buff the leg hair away

     Hey they showed this in the View Yesterday!!! Sherry was the guinea pig and said be warned I don't shave my legs in the winter so it is a forest!  I was amazed and she said it did not hurt... Whoopi said she has used it for a while and LOVES it!!! just makes sure you are DRY no lotion...

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    The look similar to something we used to use 45 years ago in England.  They were mitt type pads you just slipped over your hand and you literally 'sanded' your legs with a circular motion.  They are a very fine grit sanding paper and worked terrific and when we came to America in 1966 I was most disappointed that they didn't have them here.

     

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    We're suppose to shave our arms??  Shoot, more to do now!

     

    It looks too good to be true.

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    Sounds great.  I'll give it a try when it comes to a Bed, Bath & Beyond and I'll use a 20% off coupon. Thanks for the reviews.

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