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Wet Dry Electric Shavers for women

While history of shaving dates from thousand of years before B.C., the history of shaving for women is much more recent. As a matter of fact, leg shaving was made popular only in the last century. Leg shaving and underarm shaving have become a standard in the Western society. The practice of leg shaving became popular in the early 20th century and are the result of two events: women started wearing shorter dresses and skirts and the apparition of safety razors making leg shaving (shaving in general) much more practical.

Since then, the shaving tools have become more sophisticated and most brands proudly feature innovated shavers that reduce redness, nicks and cuts.

Wet Dry Electric Shavers for women are, with no doubt, big sellers. Nowadays, women's electric shavers often come with many bells and whistles, but for wet dry electric shavers to be considered good, women agree on this : they have to give a close shaving, with no cuts or nicks, no irritation and should be shower-friendly.

The first electric shaver appeared in 1928 and women started using women's electric shavers soon after. The nice advantage of women's electric razors is that, because they use cutters on a floating head which vibrates behind a screen, you are much less likely to get cuts compared to when you are using a manual razor. Also, women's electric shavers are designed to be used wet (shower, bath) or dry, which is very convenient when you need to do a quick touch up for spot you missed in the shower.

There are many wet dry electric shavers on the market. You will find a wide range of prices and models. Some of them will carry more great features, such as the Panasonic ES2216PC Close Curves Wet/Dry Ladies Shaver, a high-end model from Panasonic. The Panasonic ES2216PC can be used in or out the shower and uses a pivoting head, that will follow you body more closely, hence offering a closer shaving. The bikini trimmer attachment allow you to choose from multiple length adjustments. This Panasonic wet dry shaver is liked by many women because it offers an overall good close shaving without a hing of irritation, does not give razor burns or ingrown hairs, and is not loud (a big plus when you are vacationing and staying at your in-laws!).

Another loved product is the Remington Smooth and Silky Rechargeable Women's Shaver - WDF3500. This Remington wet dry shaver is fully rechargeable for more convenience. The Remington's WDF-3500 uses the Ultra Flex Shaving System-hugs that will follow the curves of your body, hence giving close and especially comfortable results. The 2 super-flexing and extra-wide foils will protect your skin from nicks and cuts while giving you great results. This electric shaver also include one floating trimmer which can be used for your bikini line or missed hairs. Plus it can conveniently be used in or out the shower/bath. Many agree that the Remington WDF-3500 will give you fairly smooth skin with no irritation. For less than 30 bucks, the WDF-3500 is sure a product you will recommend to all your friends.

While they are many great wet dry electric shavers on the market, there are also a lot of not so good women's electric shavers. For example, Remington had a total flop with the Remington WDF-1100 Smooth & Silky Women Body Contour Shaver. Similarly, Philips seems to have got it wrong with the Philips Norelco HP6350 Moi for Me Women's Electric Shaver. Revlon did not do too well either with the Revlon RV557C Smooth and Glamorous Ladies Rechargeable Shaver. And the Panasonic ES2291D Ladies Wet/Dry Shaver seems to have had very mixed reviews regarding to the quality of the shaving.

To this date, the technology hasn't been able to compare to a manual razor when it comes to shaving. Women's electric shavers give a decent job, but will not give you the extra smooth leg the manual razor will give you. However, wet dry electric shavers for women have several other advantages which make many women choose them over their manual counterparts. Ease to use, no irritation, less nicks and cuts, less expensive on the long run are all good reasons for women to switch to the electric version of their shaver.
Panasonic ES2216PC Close Curves Wet Dry Ladies Shaver

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