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Cheryse
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Body hair

Postby Cheryse » May 7th, 2017, 10:50 am

Hi everyone,
I read with interest a question posed in 2016 re body hair removal and the person wanted to use hormones. i found a good alternative with Eden Laser clinics a couple of years ago. it is expensive, but painless and it worked well for me. Of course it depends on the color of your hair, but I am fair skinned with quite a bit of whitish hair. However with me I still had a lot of black hair and this is what caused the stubble. The removal of white hair is easy and I can now shave my entire body in a matter of minutes. The hardest part is removal of face and neck hair and it requires a lot of patience. Initially with the face for the first few times there was a bit of sting but now it is getting easier. I have had no side effects from it and now only require maintenance treatment at intervals. It may not be for everyone and as I said it is expensive but it may be an alternative to think about. But remember that it only works on black and really dark hair. I began to use it because It did not clash with my bipolar and Melancholic Depression.
best wishes to all
Cheryse.
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Re: Body hair

Postby prudence » May 22nd, 2017, 11:37 pm

Hi Cheryse,

Not sure if I misunderstood what you meant, but my experience with laser hair removal is that it is both expensive and painful.

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