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I know it's a long shot, but has anyone tried this product? We have one of those "As seen on TV" stores and they have it in there. I'm tempted to try it, as I can shave or wax my legs without getting sores all over.

Here's the product I'm talking about.

They have a mens version of it too, but other than the color I'm not sure what the difference is.

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Carolyn Marie
I know it's a long shot, but has anyone tried this product? We have one of those "As seen on TV" stores and they have it in there. I'm tempted to try it, as I can shave or wax my legs without getting sores all over.

Here's the product I'm talking about.

They have a mens version of it too, but other than the color I'm not sure what the difference is.

Hey, Shilo, you came to the right place. I posted this thread about a product that looks suspiciously similar:

http://www.lauras-playground.com/forums/in...showtopic=12529

Hope it helps!

Carolyn Marie

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Guest Robin Winter
I know it's a long shot, but has anyone tried this product? We have one of those "As seen on TV" stores and they have it in there. I'm tempted to try it, as I can shave or wax my legs without getting sores all over.

Here's the product I'm talking about.

They have a mens version of it too, but other than the color I'm not sure what the difference is.

That should have read "can't shave or wax....

I should also mention I've had horrible luck with products from this store(sham wow was so not wow), that's why I'm hesitant.

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Guest Robin Winter

Ah, yes, I suspect they're very much the same thing. Thanks hun ^_^

I'll be avoiding the product.

*Hugs*

Shi

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Guest Donna Jean

Careful, Shi!

Carolyn used this product and rubbed a hole clean through her leg...You can look through it!

DANG!

HUGGS!

Donna Jean

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Guest Robin Winter
Careful, Shi!

Carolyn used this product and rubbed a hole clean through her leg...You can look through it!

DANG!

HUGGS!

Donna Jean

LOL, reminds me of one of my own mishaps.... 3 or 4 years ago, I was working in the windows & doors industry, the installing of them that is. I managed to cut a hole in my leg deep enough to clearly see the muscle. I did this by using my leg as the surface on which I was cutting wooden shims for leveling the window, using a very sharp OLFA knife. If ever there was a sign that I don't belong in the male world....(yes, I know that's a stereotype, I'm sorry)

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I know it's a long shot, but has anyone tried this product? We have one of those "As seen on TV" stores and they have it in there. I'm tempted to try it, as I can shave or wax my legs without getting sores all over.

Here's the product I'm talking about.

They have a mens version of it too, but other than the color I'm not sure what the difference is.

Hi Shilo,

I gave my opinion re same in an earlier post hun.

Ya build up a lot of heat on your legs , really, you could

use em to start a camp fire, for me , not worth it.

Luv, Viv.

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dont know how it will work for others but i'll tell you how it worked for me. this was pre-hormones. if i were to go into the bathroom, wad up some toilet paper as a hand rap, and rub it down my leg until it was ruined, i would remove as much hair as the product did. that is to say, NONE!!! biggest waist of money i've ever done. just my thoughts. i would very strongly caution people to turn away from this stuff.

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