Amazon shoppers say they will ‘never go back’ to any other razor after trying this one

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If you’re someone who doesn’t like using regular metal razors to shave, Amazon has an electric shaver that delivers the same powerful results (without the razor burn, ingrown hairs or razor dullness).

The best part? This Amazon Choice shaver is only $20.

Shop: Panasonic Electric Shaver, $19.99

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The shaver has three ultra-sharp foiled blades that contour to your body for a close and comfortable shave. There’s also a built-in pop-up trimmer with an attachment included, perfect for areas like legs, underarms and the bikini area.

Many customers note the best feature of the shaver is the ability to use it wet or dry with the hypo-allergenic blades (great for sensitive skin).

“I wasn’t sure I believed the hype about this razor, but I figured for the price, it was worth a shot to combat my chronic bikini-area razor-burn issues. Let me tell you, I will never go back to shaving my bikini area with a razor again,” wrote one five-star reviewer.

They continued, “The pop-up trimmer handled some of the longer hairs very well, so I used that all over first. Then the foil shaver got a nice smooth shave. [I had] no bumps or nicks like I used to get from shaving with a razor. I think this is a must-have product for every woman!”

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