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Are There Any Methods Other Than Electrolysis Or Laser?


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I have been doing electrolysis for a month now and whilem I do like the results it is just taking too long and I don't want to do laser because I don't trust it. Are there any other options besides these or shaving?

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Guest Alice4016

You probably most likely do not wish to hear this; but electrolysis is the way to go. 100%. stick with it, even though it takes time, transition takes time...

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Guest Charlene_Leona

I started using a one touch home electrolysis this month and have been having very good results with it and would recommend it to anyone who has the time to do it yourself. I've had 14 laser treatments and will be getting treatments until March of 2011, but it hasn't cleared it all to my dismay. But with this little unit I will be able to finish up what the laser won't touch.

Take Care

Charlene Leona

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What they said.

Those are the only two options that I know of. Chemicals are absolutely wrong for the face, so don't even try that. There are a couple of different machines being used in laser treatments, but I won't recommend one over another. Just do a Google search and you'll find a lot of info.

Just be patient, girl. You'll get there, one follicle at at time.

Carolyn Marie

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