Bellabe Facial Hair Remover {Review}

Disclosure: I was sent a Bellabe to review in exchange for my honest opinion.

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If someone would have told me that when I got older I would start getting crazy facial hair, I would have started saving for laser hair removal when I was younger!  Unfortunately I do not have the money for expensive treatments, nor the time to visit a salon regularly for waxing or threading treatments.  The Bellabe Facial Hair Remover is a small manual epilator that allows for an easy and fast way to remove unwanted facial hair from the roots quickly and effectively.  No waxing, bleaching, tweezing or shaving!

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Bellabe does not cut or nick the skin like threading or a razor might.  By simply bending it and rolling it across the unwanted hair areas, it pull the hair right from the roots.  It can remove several strands of unwanted hair in one quick action.  Bellabe is about the size of a pencil and does not require any batteries or anything extra!  Each Bellabe lasts at least six months to a year before it will need to be replaced and since it pulls hair from the roots it, the hair removal can last anywhere from three days to four weeks before needing to use it again!


Using the Bellabe is super easy once you get the hang of it.  First I was just rolling it and it wasn’t doing anything.  Then I realized I need to twist each side and all of the sudden I was on a roll, literally!  I pulled out hairs I didn’t even realize I had there and yes I saw the proof in the Bellabe.  There were little hairs in there when I was done.  Now yes it hurt on sensitive spots like my upper lip but after a few times the pain didn’t bother me so much. Its just like little pinches as it is ripping your hair from its roots.  On my chin though it didn’t hurt at all.  I’d say it is just as annoying as waxing with how it pulls the hair from its roots but didn’t irritate my skin at all or leave a mark.  When I have waxed in the past I have had a red mark for days showing exactly where I had waxed.  While shaving doesn’t leave a mark, it also doesn’t pull the hair from its roots.  I have only used the Bellabe a few times now but it does seem to last longer than traditional hair removal methods I have tried.  Its amazing how something so small can be so effective and useful.  Using the Bellabe though really is easy and I love that it lasts six months to a year!  The size makes it perfect for traveling or even just keeping in your purse.  I actually think I am going to keep it in the car for when I notice a stray hair and am out and about.

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  3. Sue Hull says:

    I use Sally Hansen hair removal. It doesn’t get the hair from the roots though.This would be nice to have. Thank you for the cool giveaway 🙂

  4. Chris Noe says:

    I mainly just ignore it and pretend it’s not there.

  5. Tweezing.

  6. jeanne conner says:

    I just tweeze um when i see um

  7. I use tweezers and pluck away. boy is it painful

  8. Michelle says:

    I thread and tweeze =( I used to wax but then it started ripping off skin… ouchy

  9. Breanne says:

    I use tweezers.

  10. Angela Cisco says:

    I use facial hair remover cream

  11. Kari Flores says:

    I pluck my eyebrows, will occassionaly go out an get them waxed if they get to unmanageable.

  12. susan smoaks says:

    i pluck the unwanted hair with tweezers

  13. Scarlett Graham says:

    I am always using tweezers to remove the hair.

  14. er.. I was an idiot and shaved. O: WHY WONT IT STOP GROWING? lol. I hate it.

    • I shaved too…it sucks! Why didn’t someone tell me at the time how bad it would be when I’m older!

  15. tweezers – a lot

  16. Martina W. says:

    I never really thought about controlling my facial hair til I got to college, but I haven’t tried anything yet. This seems like it would be easy to use and relatively easy.

  17. Les Johnson says:

    I use tweezers or facial hair remover cream.

  18. Tweezers! rachel (at) gmail (dot) com

  19. Georgia Beckman says:

    I use tweezers to pluck my eyebrows. But I’m 48 years old, so hairs are showing up in other unattractive places on my face now too!

  20. Karrie Millheim says:

    I shave alot… i just got an electric razor to help but i think wax is what i am gonna try next

  21. Nicole Price says:

    I have resorted to using a razor…would love to win this…I think it would an answer to my prayers.

  22. Brittney House says:

    I use nair but it smells horrible

  23. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I usually get them waxed or use tweezers.

  24. tried tweezing, shaving & waxing. think this would be an easy method to try. tks for cool giveaway!! 10750coupons at gmail dot com

  25. Yolanda says:

    I use Nair for facial hair.

  26. tara b. says:

    i would love to win this for my daughter 🙂 she has dark hair and is always trying different ways to either lighten the hair or pluck them out 🙁

    thanx for a chance to win 🙂

  27. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I use Nair for the face sometimes and tweezers almost everyday to get the ones I can feel and see.

  28. Kathy Davis says:

    I just use tweezers. I would like to try something new.

  29. Christine says:

    use my tweezers

  30. Lynne T. says:

    I use tweezers, a depilatory and the finishing touch shaver.

  31. I tweeze when I think about it/ have time, which isn’t as often as I should.

  32. Wanda McHenry says:

    I have my upper lip waxed at my hair stylist.

  33. tina reynolds says:

    i wax

  34. Maggie VanNieuwland says:

    my tweezers disappear two and both my teenage girls says “i didn’t see them”

  35. claudia ellis says:

    I use tweezers and nair

  36. Jana Palmer says:

    I hate waxing! So this would be awesome.

  37. Sounds weird, but I shave stray hairs in the middle of my brow. Otherwise, I tweeze. I prefer my brows looking for full and natural- IMO, nothing worse than overplucked, thin, unnatural brows.

  38. Stephanie Linza says:

    Tweezers, painful and time consuming ug!

  39. Peggy Greco says:

    i shave it from time to time. i have passed menopause stage and hair grows too fast, lol. I would love to have this product!

  40. sandra davis says:

    i use tweezers most of the time…….sometimes i wax

  41. I tried threading once, but now I just tweeze at home.

  42. Diana Stanhope says:

    I usually use a wax strip.

  43. Debbie Loy says:

    Currently Pluck them LOL

  44. Stacey B says:

    I tweez, takes up way too much of my time

  45. Michelle Feliciano says:

    I use tweezers

  46. Heather McD says:

    I usually just use good ole tweezers

  47. Chavonne H says:

    I use razors.

  48. Joanna F says:

    Unfortunately I also have really sensitive skin so I can’t use wax or bleach or anything like that. Right now it’s tweezers, which work but take forever.

  49. In all honesty, I’m too lazy/can’t find the time to do it so I really don’t do anything. lol.

  50. amandasue says:

    I use tweezers, but its hard to get everything and takes forever!

  51. wax

  52. Tammy Reed says:

    I would love to try this out! Tweezing is such a pain.

  53. Kali Hees says:

    wax and bleach

  54. I occasionaly wax

  55. i typically use tweezers but sometimes shaving when i dont have time

  56. Carolyn Colley says:

    I don’t have a lot of facial hair, have a few chin hairs that drive me crazy, sometimes I just pull them out, but I use a hair remover from Avon that works pretty good.

  57. Nothing currently.

  58. Sacha Schroeder says:

    I get my eye brows waxed.

  59. along the jaw line, there will be a stray hair that just pops out. I swear it’s a growth spurt and they are there in a day – I tweeze it and wait for the next random hair to appear.

  60. Melanie Montgomery says:

    I shave occasionally its not so bad that I have to do it often but it’s still a hassle

  61. looks weird! but willing to give it a try!

  62. Charlene S says:

    I don’t use anything. It probably time to try something.

  63. Marti Parks says:

    I use wax strips and it’s a horrible nightmare.

  64. tracey byram says:

    With my rate of hair growth after menopause, my tweezers are now my best friend.

  65. I use tweezers for my eyebrows

  66. Tweezing and threading are the options I use the most!

  67. Priscilla Benavides says:

    I have tried threading before!
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  68. I am a facial hair plucker.

  69. Well, I shave, but my wife plucks

  70. April Ort says:

    I tweeze alot.

  71. Brutus Duffy says:

    Nair, nads and wax.

  72. not reallly

  73. Robert Lloyd says:

    My wife uses tweezers and sometimes an eyebrow razor; this looks like a much more humane way to go!

  74. Laurie J says:

    I use tweezers.

  75. Christina says:

    I do a combo of waxing and tweezing, mostly tweezing now since my skin has been randomly very sensitive the past year or so.

  76. I have to admit I wax, but this looks awesome and whole lot less painful!

  77. Dorothy Teel says:

    I am almost daily tweezing out stray and wild hairs, and I agree with you who would of ever thought as we get older we would grow so much facial hair, My joke is now I know where bearded ladies came from in the circus shows..LOL. I hate tweezing hair, and I hate the long hair. I will never get a wax again, burned hurt and was very irritating..

  78. if anything, tweezers

  79. I occasionally use tweezers and less occasionally one of those creams.

  80. I use tweezers, they are a pain

  81. kresta underwood says:

    I tried all the home waxes, but now I just go into a salon for a wax. This product sounds awesome.. I can’t wait to try it.

  82. Debra S. says:

    I love the way waxing at the salon removes the hair, BUT it seems each time, I get those irritation bumps.. and sometimes, it takes a while to go away! So I never want to wax soon before I have an outing. I will also use the creams, the hair removal creams… I would like to try to epilate. I think if one keeps up with it constantly, it would not be like pulling every hair out all at once.

  83. Virginia Rowell says:

    I use tweezers. I have used the olay facial hair remover but it only lasted a few days.

  84. Michelle S says:

    Tweezers and Vaniqa but am always willing to try a new product.

  85. Tabitha Kesterson says:


  86. I use my Tweezers.

  87. Dianne McVetty says:

    I have tried tweezing but it hurts and waxing tends to break out my skin sometimes so I would love to win this. Thanks.

  88. looking for a good hair removal method? try IPL

  89. Julie B. says:

    I use my tweezers, and sometimes a razor when in a pinch.

  90. I use a tweezers, but I could use some help

  91. Carrie Phelps says:

    I use wax but it’s painful!

  92. Colleen Maurina says:

    Would like to try this new and hopefully painless way to remove facial hair!

  93. i know i’m completely immature and perverted, but i totally cracked up at this line “Its amazing how something so small can be so effective and useful.” and thought “that’s what she said!” 🙂

    um, yeah, sorry… lol

    anyway, i just use tweezers for the errant few that pop up on my chin or in between the brows… i get an eyebrow wax maybe once a year but only if it’s free… lol… and i tell them to leave ’em thick because my face is fat and really looks weird with thin brows

  94. I wax but it takes too much time and leaves that sticky feeling….yuk.

  95. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I do not use anything on my face but I know my sister is very overwhelmed about her facial hair and it bothers her a lot. I would like to give to her.

  96. I shave regularly, but I wish the hairs would just disappear forever! I think the Bellabe could help! 🙂

  97. BILL HOFF says:

    wife uses MY razor!!

  98. I’ve tried waxing, sugaring, threading, tweezing, depilatories, electrolysis and lasers. They all have pros and cons. The ones that work the best (lasers & electrolysis) are the most expensive. The ones that are in the middle money wise (depilatories) are too rough on my skin. The low end (cost and tech wise) are time intensive and messy. Tweezing is tedious. Especially when you wake up with TEN new weird hairs every day. I’d like to try one of these to see if it can do the job, fast and easy without too much pain.

  99. Christina says:

    My tweezers keep disappearing, and the redness after the waxing lasts too long