Finishing Touch Flawless Review: Does This Facial Hair Remover Work?
Finishing Touch Flawless is a compact facial hair remover with a gold plated head and built-in light. Does it work? Read our Finishing Touch Flawless review.
About Finishing Touch Flawless
Finishing Touch Flawless is a portable hair removal device that is just slightly larger than a tube of lipstick. The head is plated with hypo-allergenic 18-karat gold and contains a built-in light. The product website is finishingtouchflawless.com, which was first registered in June 2016. The screen shot below shows how the product website looked in March 2017.
Claims & Features
- Portable & discreet
- Quick & painless
- Safe for all skin types and tones
- Gold plated head (18-karat) with built-in light
- Thicker hair will not grow back
- Dermatologist approved
Finishing Touch Flawless costs $19.99 + $6.99 P&H for a total of $26.98. Also includes the Flawless Facial Brush. I found Finishing Touch Flawless at a local Walgreens here in Las Vegas for about $20 in July 2017.
Finishing Touch Flawless Review
If the name “Finishing Touch” sounds familiar, you’ve probably seen ads in recent years by other products under that brand, such as “Finishing Touch Yes.”
Previous Finishing Touch products seemed to jump on the bandwagon started by NoNo Pro in the “pain-free hair removal” department. Those items were generally marketed as an alternative to laser hair removal. With Finishing Touch Flawless, we have yet another hair removal device, although something about this one looks quite familiar. That’s because it is essentially an electric rotary shaver. In fact, several years ago I reviewed a product called Shave Bullet (below), which sports a relatively similar design and function to Finishing Touch Flawless.
The commercial seems careful not to use the word “razor” perhaps due to the belief that hair grows back thicker as you shave, a myth which has been repeatedly disproved.
The design of Finishing Touch Flawless is elegant and gives the appearance of a women’s accessory tube of lipstick. You use it as you would an electric shaver, by simply lightly moving it along the area you want to treat. It is compact and can be easily carried in a purse.
Finishing Touch Flawless has an 18-karat gold plating, which is said to be hypoallergenic. The problem that it doesn’t (and perhaps can’t) address is that using an electric shaver on the face can be harsh to some skin types. It is not unusual to develop razor burn with electric shavers, especially with sensitive skin unaccustomed to this sort of treatment. Thus, you’ll want to use it with caution at the outset, perhaps only barely touching it to your skin, or only treating a small area and working your way outward from there.
The commercial and advertising seem to highlight its ability to remove peach fuzz, and I found it is effective at doing this. I was able to remove peach fuzz from my neck, along with additional hairs on my face and hand. Additionally, my wife used it to remove small hairs around her mouth.
The marketing of Finishing Touch Flawless may lead some consumers to think this is a high-tech hair removal device, such as a laser, but that’s not the case. It is a single head electric razor, but one that does a pretty good job.
Overall, I think Finishing Touch Flawless is a useful tool that is priced about right. It has an elegant and discreet appearance, and a proven design. Look for it locally in order to avoid those pesky non-refundable shipping costs.
Below is my full review of Finishing Touch Flawless.
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Updated July 2017.