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Hello everyone. I hope i am not going to get dogged on for this, I am at the breaking point for my facial hair. it has got to go. since i have waaay more time than money i ordered a clean and easy home electrolysis unit because It is Absolutely ALL we can afford. Going for laser or pro electrolysis is impossible right now. so, when this is your only choice you have, you go for it. It does work. I have the time, am Highly motivated, I do not care that it's tedious work; better than this hair. I will let everyone know how it goes. it will be here tomorrow..


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It most likely will work. The only trick is finding the right setting. Too low and it won't work. Too high and you'll get burns that could lead to scarring. It's a good thing you have the time. It's going to be a long and tedious process. Good luck.


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GOOD LUCK!!!! You consider getting some dental numbing creme - it works well on the lips also (that is what my electrolysis uses when she worked that area. And please be careful, you do not want hurt that that complection you have. Maybe start at a low setting and work from there. Sometimes itis better to zap it a couple times with a low then one time with a higher one - it is also less painful. And make certain you have plenty of ice packs on hand to keep the swelling down.

Afterwards, it is a good idea to use an anti-bacteral on the area you just finished so that it will heal faster with less chance of further complications , like scarring. Most importantly, PLEASE BE PATIENT. Working with a professional can take a year or to complete, and doing it yourself will probably take longer. There are serveral good sources on line that explain the proscess. One is in THE TS ROADMAP that is available here on Laura's site.

AGAIN GOOD LUCK!!! Many hugs and best wishes on your success!


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You do what you need to hun. But like the others said be careful so you get right results . Hell I did not know there was such a thing as home electrology machine.

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Guest Melissa~

I have successfully removed thousands of hairs with clean n easy. I also hire a professional for hard to reach areas, and laser treatment too thats wrapping up. Yes my facial hair is the bane of my existence.

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Guest Nikkichick33

Thanx everyone for the well wishes <3. Melissa, that is what i got is the clean and easy. Ups ran late yesterday so i only had a brief time to try it. I successfully got one hair! yay! i keep it on 1. mine for some reason,starts making the beeping noise and conducting right when it touches skin. makes me worry about damaging my skin.


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Guest April Kristie

Good luck with that road you are traveling down. I have started the HPL or home pulsed light technology for permanent hair removal. This is an FDA and Canadian FDA approved device for hair removal that is almost painless, you do feel a touch of heat when the device fires a flash of light. It recharges in seconds and you move on. I cannot report results yet as I am into my second go round. As a professional beach bum, I am too tan right now to try this on my face, according to directions. I have used this where the sun does not shine and upper thighs. But am still shaving as well. It works best on dark hair, blondies might not get help here. Will report any positves/negatives when I can. I got mine at Amazon. http://www.silkn.com/flash-and-go/

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Guest Nikkichick33

Hello everyone, Well, I thought i would give a little feedback to my experience thus far with the clean and easy home electrylosis unit. MY experience has been positive so far. I have cleared my upper lip about 95% so far.Zero starring, redness always clears pretty quickly, The hair thus far HAS Not grown back, I started with a smaller area on my upper lip this past July, It never grew back. Now i have about cleared my entire upper lip. It is time consuming, but, I really enjoy using it. It is alot of fun! does hurt a little. I use it on setting 4, for about 15-20seconds, the hair comes out efortlessly. So far I Love it! and give it ***** stars!!


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