Little reminder on the operationThese epilators send micro light pulses which will be absorbed by the melamine. The light will then make its way to get the bad bulb to tear off its head. The epilation is semi-final, that is to say that in the maintenance phase you will only have to epilate 3 or 4 times during the year for an impeccable result. If Calor is one of the last to have designed a pulsed light epilator, it is, according to them, because they have chosen to offer a device more secure than the others. The Derma Perfect is thus equipped with a skin detector because, as you may know, not all skin types are suitable for this type of device, especially the darkest skin types due to melamine. If your skin is too dark, the device will not fire. It can also determine if it is in direct contact with the skin, and if not, the light pulse will also be blocked. Finally the Derma Perfect is equipped with a UV filter to protect your eyes from pulsed light. The Derma Perfect is announced at a price of € 349.49 which makes it cheaper than the Lumea Précison from Philips (around € 500) but at the same price as the Babyliss Homelight.
Since it is still a bit of a hairy war between all these pulsed light epilators, I will create a technical comparison table for the next few days on the different products currently on the market. Calor, Derma Perfect, EP9830, € 349.49