If you're thinking of buying the Rio Forever Free IPL Hair Remover then you're on the right track. We compare prices from all the leading UK shops to help you determine who offers the best value for money. Have a look at the Rio Forever Free IPL Hair Remover price comparison table below, as with it's help you'll definitely not throw away your hard earned cash!.

Stockist Delivery Price Discount Total Price Activity
Tesco Direct £250.00
£250.00
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Achieve satin smooth skin without the hassle of waxing, epilation and shaving. The Rio Forever Free IPL hair remover uses intense pulsed light technology to give you silky skin, everyday. As the gentle pulses of intense light are directed at the hair follicle to disable the hair root, this hair remover works without affecting the surrounding areas. This treatment can be used on your face, underarms, bikini line, legs, back and chest. Not suitable for red, light blonde, grey or white hair and... [More...]

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