What every best Women's Shavers has:
- A close, clean shave.
- A handle that's easy to hold, even when wet.
- Reasonable cost of ownership.
The Panasonic Close Curves ES2207P electric shaver offers a fast, reasonably close, burn-free shave. Users say it's quiet -- for an electric shaver -- and does a superb job on tricky bikini-line and underarm areas, thanks to the pop-up trimmer. Wet/dry capability means you can use the Panasonic Close Curves in the shower if you like, and it's fully submersible for cleaning.Buy for $14.99
The five-bladed Gillette Venus Embrace hugs your curves, with a built-in moisture ring around the blades for a close, burn-free shave. Women who regularly nick and cut themselves while shaving say they can remove unwanted hair without a bit of pain when using the Venus Embrace; they also say it's easy to hold and use.Buy for $6.71
With a good manual razor on one end and a built-in waterproof trimmer on the other, reviewers call the Schick Hydro Silk TrimStyle the best bikini trimmer on the market. The five-blade refillable razor head has moisturizing strips for a close, silky shave. Users appreciate the battery-powered trimmer, which trims without pinching and can easily adjust to the closeness you want.Buy for $12.57
The cordless Braun Silk-epil 9 Wet and Dry Epilator can be used in the bath or shower (for gentler epilation) or dry (for a smoother result). It comes with both epilator and shaver/trimmer heads, plus a facial epilating attachment and separate facial cleansing brush, too. It's expensive, but reviews say it's simply the best epilator on the market.Buy for $113.36
You don't have to spend more than $100 to get a decent epilator, reviews say: The Phillips Satinelle Epilator HP6401/50 works surprisingly well for its price. It boasts two speeds, a rinsable head, and it isn't any more uncomfortable to use than an expensive epilator. It's slower, though, and some owners report broken or ingrown hairs and leftover stubble.