Now at this point you may be asking yourself "Wait, what is this?" Its a do-it-yourself manual threading device. Now if you are me you are probably asking yourself "What is threading?" After figuring that out I was ready to roll.
Here were my initial thoughts:
- Nothing is happening.
- Oh, there it goes!
- Now I'm getting the hang of it!
Here's where things get iffy.
On day one when I tried out the Epicare, it was all great. Day two, nothing to report. Then there day two(night) and day three(early morning). So late on the second night I started kind of touching my upper lip. It just felt weird. At around 2 in the morning I felt it, and I could feel tiny bumps, and it felt like my lip was on fire. Upon closer inspection I could see tiny pimples forming. By day three in the afternoon, it was still burning but only when touched and the pimples were still there. Now here is the thing, I don't know if whatever happened happened because of the Epicare alone or because it had made my lip more sensitive to other things. Other potential culprits from that night are:
- Beard burn
- Spicy chicken wings(normally very spicy food will cause around my lips to burn).
- A combination of making out with le bearded fellow, after both eating spicy wings aka a really good night.
If you would like to give this a try it only cost $15 CND and you can get it from Nail Polish Canada. If you are in the United States or the rest of the world you can get it from Epicare's website for $15 CND.
*Product sent for honest review.