My Epilator came with a few accessiories which i believe all of them do. From left to right, 1) a shaver, this is like a razor you use when shaving your legs i don't tend to use this as i love the Epilator part, 2) A brush top this can go on the top of the Epilator or shaver it raises the hair to make it easier to grab the hairs, 3) a massage head with little comb, this raises the hair but also when Epilating it stings a little bit so with the massage head it massages blood and it doesnt sting as much and lastly a bursh to clean your little beauty machine.
The reason why i have this Epilator is because the hairs on legs don't come back as quick, i can go a good few days without Epilating or shaving and the hairs are ultra thin, to the point even if i know my legs have needed to be Epilated i get away with not doing it all the time. It works wonders on the bikni line too and i have tried it on my arm pits but it made my eyes sting aa little so that is something i will have to get used to within time i guess.
1)The instrution manual that it came with said it is best Epilate after a bath as the pores are open, but i find before the bath is best as the hair are my slippy and it takes more time to Epilate.
2)It also said to Epilate at night time so the little red bumps you sometimes get settle down, but i find you can do day or night as long as you use a non-perfumed moisturiser afterwards and really massge it in.
3)Pull the skin tight where you are Epilating as this makes it easier it doesnt hurt as much.
4)If the hairs are really long trim them down a little with the shaver as it hurts when they are bigger and sometimes it missess them.
5) Lastly use the Epilator around 2-3 a weeks to begin with until you notice the hairs seems to grown slower and finer and then keep to once a week.