I’ll be the first to admit it: I’m a hairy woman. Always have been!
Ever since I shaved that first bit of peach fuzz on my legs and it came storming right back 2 days later as dark, rough stubble… I’ve been fighting my rapid body hair growth on all fronts.
Of course, you won’t know it from seeing me in public. I work HARD to keep my legs, arms, back, upper lip and bikini line perfectly smooth…
I get waxed once a month, and in between appointments I shave with a razor every other day. The constant effort is annoying, and the appointments have gotten expensive…
And the worst part? Despite all this effort and money, I STILL get nasty “strawberry legs” and find myself covered in dead skin cells and ingrown hairs after every shave. Ick!
Now, before you say it… yes, I’ve already looked into laser hair removal. However, it costs hundreds of dollars AND it takes a full YEAR to finish! And to be honest, I just didn’t feel safe blasting my body with a high-powered laser beam… so I eventually gave up and just started wearing pants and long-sleeve shirts on my “off days”.
It all started when I came across a viral video about a new hair removal tool called Bleame.
Bleame is a “crystal hair remover”, and the person using it claims that it PAINLESSLY removes hair from pretty much anywhere on your body in just a few seconds…
…while also exfoliating your skin, removing ingrown hairs and preventing “strawberry legs.”
Of course, I was curious. But I was also super skeptical!
Not only did it sound too good to be true, I had actually tried a similar product a few years earlier —and it felt like I was rubbing thin sandpaper on my skin. It wasn’t nearly as effective as they promised… and it hurt!
But as I’ve learned — and experienced for myself — Bleame is totally different.And when I saw that it has a 5-star rating with hundreds of reviews and 10,000+ people already using it, I felt confident enough to give it a try… and I’m so glad I did.
In short, Bleame is the easiest AND most effective hair removal product I’ve ever used. I now use my Bleame instead of my razor — and I carry it with me almost everywhere I go. Once you see how amazing it is, I’m sure you will too!
Bleame is a small handheld hair removal tool that quickly “erases” your unwanted body hair while exfoliating your skin at the same time.
Using Nano-Crystalline Technology, Bleame allows your hair to clump and break from the surface when rubbed gently on your skin. This process also helps exfoliate, revealing baby smooth skin after use.
It works mechanically, meaning it exfoliates without using harsh chemicals that can burn your skin — and it doesn’t require batteries or refills, so you can reuse it over and over again.
Even better, it actually slows down hair growth after a few sessions. That’s right — if you’re worried about hair regrowing darker and faster, forget it… because Bleame's revolutionary materials actually help prevent hair from growing back, so you don’t have to use it as often!
If you shave or wax regularly, then you can surely imagine all the benefits. With Bleame, I never have to worry about cutting myself or “razor burn”...
It’ll save me a few hundred dollars on waxing this year alone…
And it’s much faster and easier to use than both waxing and shaving.
Using Bleame to remove hair and exfoliate is super easy:
That’s all there is to it. The hair is GONE and your skin is smooth, exfoliated, and free from ingrown hairs!
This simple process takes me just a few minutes, and yet it’s just as effective as razors and wax.
My favorite part is how compact and easy it is to bring with you everywhere. So even if you still prefer shaving with a razor, you’ll still get plenty of use out of your Bleame — it’s perfect for removing stubborn hairs or quickly exfoliating on-the-go, and it’s SO useful while traveling!
Unlike other “hair rubbing” tools that have existed in the past, Bleame uses breakthrough Nano-Crystalline Technology in the materials to gently, yet effectively remove even the most stubborn hair without pain.
This Nano-Crystalline Technology does a LOT:
This is a huge breakthrough, and I won’t be surprised when Bleame becomes a household name!
(In fact, I was recently at the beach and noticed a few hairs that I wanted to get rid of on the spot… but I forgot my Bleame. I can’t wait for the day when I can ask one of my girlfriends to borrow hers!)
As you can see, I can’t stop gushing about my Bleame. It really has made my life easier — not only do my legs look and feel better than they ever have, I also feel more confident knowing I’m never far from a quick “spot removal” if I notice a hair popping up.
I’ve personally replaced my razors and stopped waxing, so I can tell you from experience that it can completely replace your current hair removal method. However, it’s worth it even for the mechanical exfoliation alone, and by now most of my girlfriends have one even if they still shave or get waxed.
Bottom line: If you want to stay smooth and hair-free with minimal hassle and cost, Bleame is an AMAZING tool to have in your arsenal. I can’t recommend it enough!
Due to the viral popularity of the original Bleame, there are a LOT of counterfeit knockoffs out there… and as you might expect, NONE of them use the Nano-Crystalline Technology that Bleame has.
That’s why I highly recommend ONLY ordering your Bleame from the official Bleame website. In fact, it looks like they’re even offering a limited time sale: Buy 2 Bleames and get 1 FREE!
Obviously I can’t guarantee that this deal will last long, and although it’s active as I write this, I keep seeing more and more videos on social media about it… so they might take it down soon. I suggest acting quickly if you’d like to try Bleame yourself!
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