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My facial hair is almost gone. I started between Christmas and new years of 2020. Granted I didn't have a lumberjack beard, but there was way more hair then a lady should have. 

 

I started with laser, and really was laser till may or June. I stopped because I really saw no difference sessions 4-6 yes I saw a bit less hair, but since I had rust colored beard. With a lot of blond in it. I pretty munch was about 75% clear of dark hairs at that moment.

 

I'm July I switched to electrolysis. I started with one hour a month till September. Then went to 2 hours a month, and I was shocked how quickly my hair is going away. I would guess I have less then 20% of my facial hair left. Its mostly what's left of my mustache, and the hairs on my left side around my jawline, and on the front of my neck. My right side is 95% hairless now. 

 

Judging by how quickly my hair is going away, and with so little left. I can't imagine it will be more then 4 months before im hairless..

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Congratulations! I am just getting started. I have been trying the IPL on my legs and trunk. The hair on the legs is not that much and what there is, comes off easily with shaving, but ugh, the trunk, not that much there, but enough to be a pain to keep up with. I am starting electrolysis soon, providing our new Covid friend (omicron) does not cause some melt-downs. I am envious of you progress. I am likely to go to precision hair removal in the Chicago area. I hope the remaining 20% goes quickly for you!

Sincerely

Katie

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5 hours ago, Katie23 said:

Congratulations! I am just getting started. I have been trying the IPL on my legs and trunk. The hair on the legs is not that much and what there is, comes off easily with shaving, but ugh, the trunk, not that much there, but enough to be a pain to keep up with. I am starting electrolysis soon, providing our new Covid friend (omicron) does not cause some melt-downs. I am envious of you progress. I am likely to go to precision hair removal in the Chicago area. I hope the remaining 20% goes quickly for you!

Sincerely

Katie

Thanks, it's kinda weird in a way to see it go. Since I was 18. I've always had some sort of facial hair. Even after shaving it off. I would let it grow out right away, but its also nice to see it go now. Especially that I've been full time since March. Now I can usually let it go for a few days. Before I see it in my makeup. Compared to last year. I could shave, and see stubble right away. 

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On 12/3/2021 at 5:57 PM, Nimue said:

Congratulations! I start next week with laser, following in your footsteps!

Good luck. 

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