- 3-Blade System captures and cut hairs in a single pass
- 100% Wet / Dry shaving operation for a close shave that can be used in the tub or shower
- Floating Head Shaving System the conforms to the shape of your leg or other body parts for a comfortable shave
- Ladies shavers use nickel-free, hypo-allergenic stainless steel blades and foils for sensitive skin
- Optional accessories include: Foil (WES9775P), Blade (WES9752P) and Set (WES9769P), 5.9″(H) x 2.1″(W) x 1.8″(D), 5.3 oz
Panasonic’s Ladies “Close Curves” Wet /Dry Shavers are packed with smart, innovative, features that deliver a remarkably close comfortable shave and is safe to use in tub or the shower. The ES2207P is a 3-Blade shaving system which means more foils for better coverage and reduced shaving itme. Multiple shaving foils give you the best chance to capture and cut hairs in a single pass and because the heads can “float” up and down independent of the others, all shaving heads can better maintain contact with your skin even as the contours change. Panasonic uses the sharpest blades available which are nickel-free, hypo-allergenic stainless steel blades and foils for sensitive skin. Operates up to 20 minutes on a 12 hour charge. The ES2207P comes equipped with a Pop-up trimmer. Optional accessories include: Foil (WES9775P), Blade (WES9752P) and Set (WES9769P), 5.9″(H) x 2.1″(W) x 1.8″(D), 5.3 oz
|Panasonic ES2207P Close Curves rechargeable Wet/Dry Ladies Shaver, MauveDesigned to move with the natural curves of your body, The Panasonic ES2207P Close Curves Wet/Dry Rechargeable Shaver for Ladies gives you a close, comfortable shave, even in hard-to-reach areas. It’s also safe to use while in the shower or bath, is gentle on skin, and includes a compact, space-saving charger for on-the-go portability.|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I’ve read so many complaints about this and other electric shavers that I thought I ought to clarify a few things and help everyone get a smooth, non-injurious shave.
First a heads-up: you will never get quite as smooth with an electric shaver than you will with a razor, but you can get pretty close. For me, this is an advantage because I can shave more often and avoid razor burn, but if you have dark hair and light skin where every tiny bit of stubble shows, then you may want to stick with a razor.
Now, on to the actual shaving advice:
First of all, friction is responsible for most of your nicks and also for those extremely painful incidents where a small bit of skin gets caught by the shaver. When the blades spin fast, friction is reduced. You need to make sure your shaver is fully charged before you use it. Although this shaver theoretically holds a charge for multiple shaves, I don’t advise you to try it. Charge that baby all the way each and every time you use it! If you are using it on your underarms or bikini line, you will probably want to do those areas first, when the shaver is at its most powerful.
Second, This is a wet/dry shaver, not a damp shaver. It needs to glide smoothly over your skin, and if your skin is only damp, like from the bath or from sweating in a humid bathroom, it’s going to be tacky and the shaver will skip rather than glide, and you will be forced to press down harder to keep contact – this can also cause nicks and cuts. So make sure your skin is either totally wet or totally dry. I do mine after the shower and use a hair-dryer on low to totally dry off my skin before I use it.