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This Flash and Go is the model that has dominated the medium range market for a long time now. That is because it is the least expensive in this list when compared to what you get out of the deal. There are others that are in its family and they work quite well too.
We will look at the whole family in this portion. But first…we look at the main man.
With a shape like a police speed radar, it has everything that you will need to maneuver quickly over the body. This will make it easy for you to finish the process with ease and without having to struggle much.
- FDA Approved
Like all the others, this one is also approved by the FDA for use. You will not have to worry about it being unsafe or anything.
This will mean that you will not have to worry about power unless you don’t have any of that coming out of the sockets in your house.
- Skin Sensor
For safety, this one has a sensor that will make sure you do not use it on the wrong skin and that is why you will find it easy to know when you are supposed to use it. This is standard issue in almost all of them.
With this one, you will have about 5000 flashes before the cartridge runs out. There are the cousins of this one that do not have replacement cartridges but they are more expensive.
This machine can be used on the face. However, the head is a bit big and you will need to use caution when working on yourself. There is also a lifetime upgrade cartridge that can give you 120,000 flashes.
Cousin Number #1- Silk’n Compact & Express Models
When it comes to the kind of skin that you need to have to be able to use one of these machines, the science gets tricky. That was until this company decides to make one of these that works on almost any of the skins that most people have.
These models do not have replacement cartridges though but the compact version will give you 150,000 flashes. The advanced version will give you 300,000 flashes.
Cousin Number #2 Silk’n Infinity 400,000- For Almost All Skins
This one is a miracle! I am exaggerating of course but you can use it on almost any type of skin. There is a chart that will let you know which color you are and if you fall in the category of people that can use this one.
This product is only unusable for people with black skin (Type IV) and white or grey hair on the Fitzpatrick Scale. Probably in a few years, we are going to have one that works on all skins.
The Special Tech of Silk’n Infinity
With this one, they decided to use something called the Galvanic and Optical energy types to disable the hair follicles. That is how you will be able to inhibit the growth of hair over a long period of time.