Silk'n

Silk'n

Silk'n is a personal care brand founded in 2010. They offer hair-removal products, as well as anti-aging and acne treatments for skin. They sold the first pulsed-light home hair removal product. Other hair-removal technologies utilized by the brand include radio frequency, infrared heat, LED red light and blue light technologies.The CEO is Moishe Mizrahy.

https://silkn.com/
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4.0
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74%
would repurchase
4.0
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Overall rating
74%
would repurchase

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Recent Silk'n Reviews

Flash & Go Hair Removal Device
5.0
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13 days ago

With patience/diligence, I'm getting great results from this product. I've been using it for approximately 3-4 months, so 7-8 rounds per area, and I have started seeing bare patches and very slowed growth (this means the hair is falling out AFAIK) after usage #5. Sure, it's pricey ~$250 &, frankly, time-consuming, but much cheaper than multiple laser treatments (and shaving or waxing takes time, too). All in all, I am a big fan of the Silk'n Flash 'n' Go! I have very fair skin (MAC NW15/PPP) and dark brown hair, for reference.

Flash & Go Hair Removal Device
5.0
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13 days ago

With patience/diligence, I'm getting great results from this product. I've been using it for approximately 3-4 months, so 7-8 rounds per area, and I have started seeing bare patches and very slowed growth (this means the hair is falling out AFAIK) after usage #5. Sure, it's pricey ~$250 &, frankly, time-consuming, but much cheaper than multiple laser treatments (and shaving or waxing takes time, too). All in all, I am a big fan of the Silk'n Flash 'n' Go! I have very fair skin (MAC NW15/PPP) and dark brown hair, for reference.


BellaFlash Hair Removal System

Straight up: I bought this at Costco with the full intention of trying it, finding it didn't work, & returning it. While I am the "ideal candidate" with pale skin & dark hair, I have not had success with hair removal in the past, including 8 session of professional laser hair removal in the mid-2000's. I have coarse, black leg hair that I can shave in the morning & feel stubble at the first sign of goosebumps or at least by 3pm. Directions say to use this, on freshly shaved skin, every two weeks. I understand about the growth cycle of hair, but I am on a different time line people, my body hair is something else. I decided to do it every week. I used it on underarms, bikini line, & full leg. PROS: At the 6 week mark, I noticed that only some of my leg hair was growing back! There were large strips where there was no hair. Underarm & bikini line hair are notably reducing. This is definitely working for me. If it broke right now, I would buy another & keep going as I've already gotten better results than I would have through pro laser for less cost. I expect at some point less frequent treatments will be necessary, but at the rate I'm going, I will only need to shave once a week, instead of daily, this summer. WHAT!?!?!. As it is right now: the stubble I could feel by 3pm the day of shaving the same day isn't even there the next day, & then after that, only some is there. I'm hoping this is also soon to mean I won't have the little dots where the hairs were, showing even after a fresh shave. Perhaps sensitivity varies, I don't really feel anything other than a tiny warm zap, no pain. A couple of tiny zingers in my arm pit. CONS: so, I guess the reason the pattern of my leg hair regrowth is because the window, with which the hair gets zapped, is a rectangle, housed in a larger rectangle handle...this does not corner well my friends. So, it is very easy to use on fleshier parts. On my lower legs, I have turned the nozzle lengthwise so it would "zap", it won't zap unless the whole screen is in contact with your skin...so bony shins, areas around ankles, etc can be a real challenge to get to. Also, it is possible that I have gone over certain areas more than once during a treatment session because I do whole body each time & sometimes loose track. My goal now is to figure out how to better get those areas that are still having a joyous life. I experienced a little bit of unusual itching after about the 4th treatment. I think it might be related. I have decided to manually exfoliate with a body brush & to occasionally use an AHA body lotion, in case that might help, In any case, the itching was only for a couple of days & hasn't returned so far. I really recommend trying this, particularly if you are pale/dark haired. I paid around $300CAD at Costco. I ordered it online. You don't even have to have a Costco membership to do this. You can return it if you don't find it working for you.

BellaFlash Hair Removal System
5.0
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2 years ago

Straight up: I bought this at Costco with the full intention of trying it, finding it didn't work, & returning it. While I am the "ideal candidate" with pale skin & dark hair, I have not had success with hair removal in the past, including 8 session of professional laser hair removal in the mid-2000's. I have coarse, black leg hair that I can shave in the morning & feel stubble at the first sign of goosebumps or at least by 3pm. Directions say to use this, on freshly shaved skin, every two weeks. I understand about the growth cycle of hair, but I am on a different time line people, my body hair is something else. I decided to do it every week. I used it on underarms, bikini line, & full leg. PROS: At the 6 week mark, I noticed that only some of my leg hair was growing back! There were large strips where there was no hair. Underarm & bikini line hair are notably reducing. This is definitely working for me. If it broke right now, I would buy another & keep going as I've already gotten better results than I would have through pro laser for less cost. I expect at some point less frequent treatments will be necessary, but at the rate I'm going, I will only need to shave once a week, instead of daily, this summer. WHAT!?!?!. As it is right now: the stubble I could feel by 3pm the day of shaving the same day isn't even there the next day, & then after that, only some is there. I'm hoping this is also soon to mean I won't have the little dots where the hairs were, showing even after a fresh shave. Perhaps sensitivity varies, I don't really feel anything other than a tiny warm zap, no pain. A couple of tiny zingers in my arm pit. CONS: so, I guess the reason the pattern of my leg hair regrowth is because the window, with which the hair gets zapped, is a rectangle, housed in a larger rectangle handle...this does not corner well my friends. So, it is very easy to use on fleshier parts. On my lower legs, I have turned the nozzle lengthwise so it would "zap", it won't zap unless the whole screen is in contact with your skin...so bony shins, areas around ankles, etc can be a real challenge to get to. Also, it is possible that I have gone over certain areas more than once during a treatment session because I do whole body each time & sometimes loose track. My goal now is to figure out how to better get those areas that are still having a joyous life. I experienced a little bit of unusual itching after about the 4th treatment. I think it might be related. I have decided to manually exfoliate with a body brush & to occasionally use an AHA body lotion, in case that might help, In any case, the itching was only for a couple of days & hasn't returned so far. I really recommend trying this, particularly if you are pale/dark haired. I paid around $300CAD at Costco. I ordered it online. You don't even have to have a Costco membership to do this. You can return it if you don't find it working for you.

Titan
3.0
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2 years ago

The Internet is full of glowing reviews for this device including people who say they've seen results with a single use. The company's literature is more cautious, saying you should start to see results after several treatments. I have done about fifteen treatments. I don't have many wrinkles (I'm 49), but I have seen little to no improvement. My tiny incipient wrinkles are still tiny incipient wrinkles. The only area where I may see a *slight* improvement is in overall laxity. I would say no more than a 5% improvement. The device uses red light, heat and RF energy. I have previous used red light devices (Baby Quasar) and seen a very slight improvement in facial redness, but no improvement in fine lines or pigmentation. So it's really the RF energy that I bought this device for. The Titan requires a significant investment of time and is messy to use due to the gel that you have to put on each area treated. I'm going to do another dozen treatments (which will bring me into the category where I should, according to the company, see maximum results) and will update this review if anything changes.

Titan
3.0
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2 years ago

The Internet is full of glowing reviews for this device including people who say they've seen results with a single use. The company's literature is more cautious, saying you should start to see results after several treatments. I have done about fifteen treatments. I don't have many wrinkles (I'm 49), but I have seen little to no improvement. My tiny incipient wrinkles are still tiny incipient wrinkles. The only area where I may see a *slight* improvement is in overall laxity. I would say no more than a 5% improvement. The device uses red light, heat and RF energy. I have previous used red light devices (Baby Quasar) and seen a very slight improvement in facial redness, but no improvement in fine lines or pigmentation. So it's really the RF energy that I bought this device for. The Titan requires a significant investment of time and is messy to use due to the gel that you have to put on each area treated. I'm going to do another dozen treatments (which will bring me into the category where I should, according to the company, see maximum results) and will update this review if anything changes.