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 $16.99
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 $6.97
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 $13.97
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 Too low to display
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.