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The New Kid On The Block, Lassy Legs

Updated on February 1, 2012
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Call me gullible. I was standing in line at the dollar store when I spotted

Lassy Legs" in the pretty pink package. I looked at it and decided to buy the Lassy

Legs, so what is this you ask. Lassy Legs is supposed to be an innovative

product that has pads that buff away unwanted hair.

Okay ladies we all know what a pain shaving our legs and underarms can be. There are and have been so many products on the market that are geared to make our lives easier when dealing with this tedious chore, and what a time consuming chore it can be. Am I right ladies? Just the thought of this chore a few times a week makes us groan.

Okay so onto some information about the lassy legs product. The back of the package tells me that I will get silky, fine Lassy legs. It is an innovative product designed with pads covered with tiny crystals that are supposed to buff away unwanted hair, leaving the skin silky smooth. There is a large size buffer and a smaller buffer, which have pads that are attached and you just buff away the unwanted hair. You are supposed to be able to use it on the legs, underarms, facial areas, such as upper lips, chin and sensitive areas. You just attach a buffing pad to the backing pad and gently buff away the unwanted hair in a circular motion on your legs, arms, and face.

So the package also tell me that Lassy legs depilating pads are designed for hair removal from female and male bodies, though are not to be used for the head or male beards. This product is also not recommended for folks that are suffering with any skin conditions, open wounds or diabetes.

The package Includes:

** 1 X large Pad

** 1 X Small Pad

** 4 X Large Replacement Pads

** 4 X Small Replacement Pads

This product is made in China.

My Experience:

Ha ha, like I said earlier I am a gullible person at times, and do try new things, even if they are cheap, but hey you never know.. We can always find good products that are cheap. Anyway I opened the package, and got ready to use it. I started with my legs. I want to mention the hair on my legs was not long nor short, so to speak, enough that this product should have worked. Well...Hummm. Anyway I am doing the buffing thing, and it is taking forever. I keep going over the same spots over and over again, with minimum results. It did take a little hair off, but being winter, what it did do was buff off dead skin, and I do have to say it did make my skin smooth. Though it did not remove very much hair, and with a lot of effort on my part. So I stopped after about 1/2 hour, then I noticed about 15 minutes later my legs were tingling and a bit burning, though they never broke out or got red.

So my final thought on Lassy Legs. Though the product does not really do as it says. There is still some hope for it after all. I only used it on my legs so far. I think you could use it before shaving. Get rid of dead skin and open up the surface for a smoother shave.Then put on your favorite scented body lotion. I bet you will feel so soft and sexy after pampering yourself.

Bottom line is, the Lassy Legs was not a total loss. I gotta make a pun here however. Lassy Legs, reminds me of a dog, cause really it does not take away the hair as it says it does. Just my thought. Thanks for reading. Comments welcome.


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      Millie 5 years ago

      I just tried this for the first time a few weeks ago, and then went back to the dollar store and bought out their entire stock. I'll never shave my legs again! It worked great for me: buffed off not only all the hair (including the hair the razor missed) but also exfoliated all the dead skin. Even tried it on my slightly scaly upper arms and it smoothed them out beautifully--days later and they're still soft. Used lotion afterwards and felt like a princess.

      You DO want to use a light touch, though. A heavy hand is not necessary, and will irritate your skin. I love it; my legs have never been so smooth, and I discovered you can re-use the same pads if you just rinse it off with water and leave it to dry. What a money-saver!

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      5 years ago

      I just bought it for a dollar at the dollar tree. It's phenomenal! Maybe I put a lot of pressure initially but in about 10 mins my legs are awesome, so smooth and hairless. Granted,i used one pass per leg cause it started started to be going slow going but I'm ready to snatch them all up! I just discovered how awesome the dollar tree is too. My husband said he is going to but me an electric buffer and super fine sandpaper. If that will save time and the slight ache of my hand, I'm all in!

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      Bonny OBrien 6 years ago from Troy, N.Y.

      Lol. I know. And know I am looking for a way to use the pads up cause I wanna get my dollars worth.

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      B. A. Williams 6 years ago from USA

      Lucy, nice article liked the humor in it too. I am pretty gullible for infomercials and buy a lot that doesn't work.

      Lassy Legs the name alone kind of makes you think of hairy dog legs.