Derma Seta - As Seen On Tv Mini Spa
I was recently on a trip to Canada when I saw an infomercial for a brand new hair removal and mini skin care product called Derma Seta. Although I have not personally tried the Derma Seta hair removal system and mini spa, it did look kind of cool.
The infomercial said that Derma Seta is a way to help remove hair painlessly (that was the key selling point for me since I go to the spa for waxing and actually have to go again this week) and can be done at home. The thing is that waxing hurts and I hate the after feeling too. It is painful, expensive and for me it is also embarrassing so I am always looking for alternatives to having to go get waxed (Not that I have that much hair to get waxed anyways). They showed a guy in the show and showed his chest before using the Derma Seta hair removal machine and then all of the women walked up to him with their DermaSeta machines and began to use them on him to get rid of his chest hair.
When the infomercial came back they still had the guy there and when they showed how well the DermaSeta machines took the body hair off of the guy I was completely sold on wanting to give the DermaSeta a try for myself. Unfortunately I do not live in Canada but I live in the USA and I could not find the Derma Seta available for sale here. I did however find some websites in other countries where you could order a Derma Seta Machine.
Derma Seta in Canada
Derma Seta in the UK
Derma Seta in Austrailia
It looks like the only English speaking country you cannot buy a DermaSeta hair removal machine in is the USA which kind of stinks but ohh well. I guess it is time to keep looking for other hair removal alternatives instead of waxing which I am currently doing.
So what is the Derma Seta?
Derma Seta is a professional mini spa in the palm of your hands. It not only removes unwanted body hair like the infomercial shows, but it also looks like it comes with a bunch of spa styled attachments to massage you, remove calluses and even has a deep cleaning brush attachment. I really love the idea of having all of this on one machine, especially the exfoliation attachment because right now I have and use multiple tools and gadgets to do all of this. The Derma Seta infomercial looks like it not only does all of this, but it looks pretty compact which also means I can store it under the sink in the cabinet in my bathroom (assuming they start selling it in the USA).
I personally got sold on the Derma Seta commercial and would love to give it a try, the problem is I cannot figure out where to buy Derma Seta machines in the USA so until it becomes available it is one painless hair removal machine I'll have to live without.