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Laser Hair Removal to Face


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Guest KerryUK

Hi everyone,

Sorry to bother you. I just thought I would let you all know that I have completed 2 sessions of LHR (Laser Hair Removal) for my face and the results so far are encouraging.

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K x.

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Guest WendyJean

My second is approaching soon. I have noticed a texture change, but not much else. I even had a shadow right after the 1st treatment that wouldn't go away. Tis OK, I'm in male mode for a long time yet, but this is one of many things I need to do meanwhile.

My plan is simple, Laser first, then electrolysis. Laser is much cheaper, a friend recommended subscribing to Groupon and waiting for coupons, it was excellent advice.

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Hello OddPOV,

I had quite a bad 5 o'clock shadow for about a week after each session - I think it's where the old hairs are being pushed out of the skin. Then after about a week, the shedding set in and suddenly I noticed less hairs in the sink after shaving down to quite a significant reduction (in the sink). After about 4 weeks and a noticable shedding period, the hairs grew back in and there were several patches of 'normal' 5 o'clock shadow. This second time around, the shedding period has been even nicer than the last so that my face has really looked much less 'shadowy' and much less irritated. I am at the 4 week point now and I think I am getting the first signs of the hair growing back in again. This is perfectly normal and is why you have to have the treatment over a period of time - to catch each growth cycle of hair. My next appointment is in 2 weeks time and will be the 3rd of 7 treatments. Oh, and my skin is much smoother too.

K x.

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