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so, ive finnished clearing a decently sized area with the one-touch over the past 3 weeks or so. and ive started seeing some re-growth that ive been zapping as i see them... but i kept feeling hairs still.... till i got out of the shower today and realized... a bunch of hairs had grown back in, as blonde/clear, and i cant see them with the lighting i have in my house. they all turn invisible when i sit down to use the one-touch on them and ive tried all sorts of lighting setups i can think of in my bedroom. (im not ready to come out to my roommate yet and have to explain why im zapping body hairs with electricity yet. so im restricted to my bedroom for now) (i hate feeling trapped in my own house)

oh well... he will be leaving in a couple months for the navy and ill have the place to myself again.

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I am very suspicious of electro that is not done by a trained Electrologist. They will know when the hair follicle root has been reached and burned properly. You may not be, pardon the phrase, getting to the real root of the problem.

Next issue is that hair grows in cycles with some of them being dormant for a bit, and then start again, so what you have coming back is hairs you never zapped.

I would suggest that getting your beard removal done right by a professional who can use voltages and frequencies that do a definite job of killing the roots of your whiskers. You will save yourself time and $$$$ in the long run.

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I have often heard the saying "That if something seems to be too good to be true, it probably isn't" I seldom find exceptions to this rule. There are many little companies that are trying to cash in on this market and scheming for you dollars. While some of these "Gadgets" have minimal effects they are never going to bring about any permanent results.

I am getting my face and neck treated with a laser and next month will be my fourth treatment. My black hairs have slowed down on popping out and seldom do. After about 15-18 days after the treatment the black hairs can be rubbed by a washcloth and they fall out. I have grey hairs also and plan to have them dealt with by electrolysis. I am also getting my cleavage (tiny as it is) and around my nipples treated because I have read that even complete trans ladies often still have problem hair in those areas on the chest so I'm getting in a preemptive strike.

Good Luck,


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