About Finishing Touch Freedom
If you’re a demanding woman on the go who is looking for a simple, easy to use total-body hair remover, the Finishing Touch Freedom claims to fit the bill. The dry-shave Finishing Touch Freedom also claims to use micro oscillation technology that completely eliminates nicks and cuts.
But does the Finishing Touch Freedom really perform as well as it claims? Let’s trim the facts and find out.
Finishing Touch Freedom Details
Using a patented vibrating action (known as micro oscillating technology) to painlessly sweep away hair, the Finishing Touch Freedom’s gentle and precise 360-degree rotating and locking head removes hair from sensitive and hard to reach areas. In fact, Finishing Touch Freedom claims that its blade-free design sweeps hair away at the surface of your skin in a single stroke, and that your hair is guaranteed to never grow back thicker.
On top of this, the product’s blade is claimed to last for up to 2 years, and its compact, go-anywhere design travels with you wherever you need it.
Finishing Touch Freedom Pricing & Refund Policy
The Finishing Touch Freedom is currently priced at $19.95, plus $7.95 shipping and handling.
All Finishing Touch Freedoms come with a 30-day money back guarantee, less shipping and handling charges. However, the Finishing Touch Freedom promotional video on their website claims that it’s guaranteed to last for 2 years, or your money back. As such, you may want to contact customer service at 855-500-9890 for clarification prior to placing your order.
What Do Other Consumers Have to Say About Finishing Touch Freedom?
Finishing Touch Freedom is manufactured by Idea Village, based out of Wayne, NJ, who also makes Snackeez, Amazing Arms, Flipeez, and many other popular “As Seen on TV” products. The company holds a D rating with the Better Business Bureau based on nearly 150 closed complaints, most of which appear to reference problems with products (see more about this in the Bottom Line section).
We were unable to locate any Finishing Touch Freedom online customer reviews during our research, which could be explained by the fact that it is a very new product. In support of this, we learned that the product’s URL was recently registered at the end of January 2014, and its trademark filed in April.
What’s the Bottom Line About Finishing Touch Freedom?
At such a low price and with so many big features, the Finishing Touch Freedom seems to be a no-brainer. But should you spend your hard-earned money on it? Perhaps, but remember the following:
First, Finishing Touch Freedom is an “As Seen on TV” product, which tends to carry lower customer satisfaction ratings than more mainstream products. Why? Because it’s very often the case that they don’t perform as well as advertised, and feature poor quality parts that quickly fail, leaving you with a useless product that you can no longer return.
With this in mind, if you do decide to return your Finishing Touch Freedom, keep in mind that shipping and handling fees are non-refundable, which are often highly inflated to begin with. As if this weren’t enough, most “As Seen on TV” companies will sell your information to “reputable” third-party businesses, which will contact you and attempt to upsell you additional products.
Finally, Finishing Touch Freedom appears to be a very new product, and we were unable to locate any online customer reviews during our research. As we mentioned above though, it’s highly unlikely that the product performs as well as the company makes it seem, although we’ll have to wait until the reviews start pouring in to know for sure.
Have you used the Finishing Touch Freedom? If so, does it remove hair as well as it claims, or is it just a waste of your hard-earned money? Help others become more informed consumers by writing a review today!