Ultra Hair Away

Ultra Hair AwayFor a start I am embarrassed by excessive hair growth, Ultra Hair Away is a revolutionary hair-growth inhibitor designed to help BOTH woman & men escape the cost and pain of such hair removal methods as waxing, electrolysis, sugaring, laser removal, and more.

I’ve been though many treatments to contain this (and alot of money) before I found the absolute best Permanent Hair Removal method for me but in in trying to look for more natural systems, I’ve found that some work alot better than others.

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Kalo Hair Inhibitor

Kalo Hair Inhibitor - I have found this is ideal for treating small and sensitive areas like the face or genitals. Kalo will prevent about 10% of the hair from growing back when used after the hair has been removed by the root. This is not a permanent answer but it’s ease of use what I like..

Now I’m using a combination of personal methods which cause me less pain, discomfort and leave me with more confident results…

Do you have unwanted body hair? click here to eliminate unwanted body hair forever.

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Revitol Hair Removal Cream

Revitol Hair Removal Cream – As I’ve always looked for Natural Systems, I found and used Revitol some time ago..  It is safe for use anywhere on the body and it only requires one simple application. It will be absorbed quickly and removed instantaneously.  Although it is no a permanent solution to hair removal, I’ve included this product review because it was the catalyst in my search for a natural product that actually worked, gave me no irritation and was completely pain free and during my research for these reviews discovered that it was one of the hottest Hair Removal Products on the market now..

For a Free Sample Go Here “It’s a Great offer you’ll get 2 FREE Tubes“……

What works well for one doesn’t necessarily work for others but taking the guess work right out by using one of these different methods will work well….

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So to get to the point: If you need a more permanent natural removal read the Ultra Hair Away Review. If you are trying to inhibit areas that have already been treated then read the Kalo Hair Inhibitor Review. If you require more precise permanent removal then read the Revitol Hair Removal Cream review.

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Permanent Hair Removal Answered

Paul asks…

Laser Hair removal, really permanent??? Should I, should I not?

What are the average prices? What are the advantages and disadvantages, is it really “permanent“? Painfull?

Editor answers:

The prices and number of sessions vary a lot, and so does the percentage of hair that grows back after each session–this I notice after having read up on the subject online. I suggest you search for *laser hair removal* here in yahoo answers and on any search engine–you can get a lot of info, including tips and pictures. Some people say it’s really permanent, others say they had hair grow back; some are happy with their results, others are not; some say it’s painful, others say it’s not. In my case, it was only slightly painful, in a good way, like a good massage. It all depends from person to person.

The price is really the main disadvantage, and there is no guaranteed result because of all the varying individual factors. You’re an ideal candidate if you have light skin and dark hair, but even if not, I’ve read there are still laser options for that. The advantage is, duh, permanent hair removal if you’re lucky; permanent hair reduction if you’re not that lucky. Some do get scars and stuff so do go to a qualified professional.

And what I said about the prices varying a lot?–Here’s an example, from where I live. I paid 24,000 Philippine pesos for mine(BOTH underarms and bikini line, including numbing gel, cold compress and anti-inflammatory cream, 8 sessions each and transferrable, ie if you’re lucky and all hair is gone by the 4th treatment or so, you can sell or give away the extra treatments which you’ve already paid for to your friend or whoever), which, at the current exchange rate is about 510 dollars. The only other laser clinic in my city is the most reputable in the country and has a rate of 66,000 Philippine pesos for EITHER underarm only or bikini line only–about 1,105 dollars for 6 sessions+2 extra if there’s still any hair, and non-transferrable. Even if a thousand dollars for 6-8 sessions sounds inexpensive to Westerners, it’s a high price in our currency, especially for a student like me, so I was really lucky I examined the options.

So I suggest you do a lot of research first, and search for a good deal in your area BUT make sure it’s a reputable clinic and they know what they’re doing; don’t just go to any cheap one. If you have the cash and the patience, you should go for it. Just don’t quit if the hairs are still coming back after the first few sessions–finish your treatment. Take pain relievers about 30 minutes beforehand, and forgo any tanning or whitening on the area to be treated for, I guess, at least 2 weeks beforehand. Good luck!

Ruth asks…

Laser Hair Removal, happy with the results? did it work for you?

Have very pale skin, need permanent hair removal, have heard Laser is the best, any horror stories of burns etc, I just want to go in with some more knowledge than I have ‘read’ in mags etc. from Women who have had it done etc…. Thankyou oxo

Editor answers:

I had laser hair removal about 8 years ago. It only lasted a couple of years and cost a fortune. Now I still a hairy monkey…lol

Charles asks…

Is laser hair removal really permanent?

Editor answers:

No I done it for several years and it still grows back but not as much and as fast and it’s expensive but it’s worth it really

Susan asks…

how permanent is laser hair removal – anyone had this done?

Editor answers:

I have had laser hair removal done on my underarms, forearms, and face. It took 4-5 treatments over the course of a year. My skin is very fair and the hair is very dark. The hair on the face is particularly hard to remove (takes more treatments) but if you stick with it, it does work. You have to be careful about sun exposure right before you have it done, because the laser can cause something called hyperpigmentation. I did get some on my left forearm (because of sun exposure received from driving) that disappeared, but comes back with prolonged sun exposure. The hair did grow back, but it is white and extremely fine. The laser does not work on blond or gray hair or dark skin. I would highly recommend getting it done, as I haven’t had to shave my armpits in over 6 years. Very liberating!!!

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Michael asks…

Is there a way to permanetly remove unwanted hair cheaply?

I break out with dry skin whenever i shave. its not razor burn, its a rash called egzema. How can i permanetly remove leg and arm/underarm hair without getting Lasered? I don’t have the money to go to a Dr. Is there anything i could buy at the store or are there any household items that would work? Thanks :)

Editor answers:

Hair removal creams come with options for sensitive skin

Betty asks…

How to get rid of unwanted hair on my neck/chin?!?

Ok so I’m an 18 year old girl but my neck like under my jaw and my chin has hair growing there and because I’ve got dark hair it’s really obvious to me anyway. It’s really embaressing and obviously knocks my confidence. I’ve tried waxing but I cant seem to get it off. What should I try? Ty

Editor answers:

Well our names are similar…:)
i would recommend threading. They should be able to do it for you at the salon and i heard it lasts a while. Other than that, you can bleach it, that would make it lighter and softer. Dont shave it though! Good luck :)

Carol asks…

What can i do to control the unwanted hair?

I hope you guys can help me, i shave everyday my underarms & legs & next day my hairs start growing so fast. Can i put anything to control that problem.

Editor answers:

Waxing

David asks…

What’s better for removal of unwanted hair?

I would like to know what is more effective and/or practical. Laser hair removal or electrolysis? I’ve heard hair can grow back after the laser hair removal. Is that true?

Editor answers:

It won’t grow back if it is done right. I am hair free 6 years after treatment. Because the laser can only treat “active” hair follicles you will need 4-6 treatments to ensure each follicle is treated. Bad results are generally a result of inexperienced practitioners or laser equipment that is not very good.

For electrolysis, it hurts really bad and you can only treat one follicle at a time so the treatments take forever. You also have the same problem has Laser whereby you can only treat active follicles…..meaning you will need a number of sessions.

The attached site had more info and a list of providers who have received positive in depth surveys from previous customers.

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Sharon asks…

Has anyone ever used KALO products (hair growth inhibitor) stuff? and did it work?

Let me know !!

Editor answers:

I dont know but i wish it did….looks like a miracle product

Daniel asks…

Is kalo plant used for hair inhibitor?

Editor answers:

Yes, it is indeed a hair inhibitor.
Various products such as KALO HAIR INHIBITOR from http://ezinearticles.com/?Kalo-Hair-Growth-Inhibitor-Review&id=323623 are evidently seen in the market nowadays.

Here is the brief review about the product.

A hair inhibitor which slows down hair growth within a few weeks.

Who Can Use It

Both men and women.

How It Is Used

Simply use Kalo Hair Inhibitor in conjunction with your regular hair removal method.

Fastest results are seen when used after waxing, sugaring, Nad’s, tweezing and threading.

Kalo Hair Inhibitor will also reduce the frequency of shaving, even the number of times a man has to shave facial hair.

Kalo Hair Inhibitor is good as a follow up after electrolysis or laser treatment. It ensures that stray hairs, or the percentage of hairs not reached by the electrolysis or laser, start to disappear.

How It Is Applied

Kalo comes as a 4 oz aqueous spray or a 2 oz lotion.

The 2 oz lotion is the ideal product for treating smaller or more sensitive areas, like the face or bikini area.

Kalo Hair Inhibitor should be rubbed into the skin right after a hair removal session 3 times consecutively, with approximately 15 minutes intervals.

It should then be rubbed in again 3 times consecutively the second day.

No further application is necessary until the next hair removal session.

For those who shave, rub Kalo into the skin after each shaving session to greatly reduce the frequency of shaving. For best results get as close a shave as possible.

For maximum results many apply Kalo Hair Inhibitor spray 3 times followed by 1 application of Kalo Hair Inhibitor lotion and then repeat the procedure the next day after a hair removal session.

When Results Can Be Expected

Each ession will result in a 10-15% decrease in hair growth each time.

For many results will be seen after four to six hair removal sessions, although some will notice a difference right away after the first session.

Over 50% of hair growth will be stopped within six months.

Many customers who use Kalo Hair Inhibitor in conjunction with shaving report having to shave just once every week instead of every day. This comes after just a few weeks of consistent use – one application each time after shaving.

Where It Can Be Used

Kalo Hair Inhibitor is a natural product. It can be used on any part of the body, even the most sensitive areas such as the pubic areas and the bikini line.

The most common areas to remove hair from are:

Facial Hair – upper lip, eyebrows, chin, sideburns

Genital Hair – vagina, penis, anus, perineum

Leg Hair, Under Arm Hair, Back Hair, Chest Hair, Bikini Line, Ear Hair

It is even safe to use on children for parents who are concerned about removing excessive hair growth.

The Pain Factor

There is no pain with Kalo Hair Inhibitor. It is a light, soothing formula that leaves skin feeling fresh and moisturized.

How It Works

The formula is made up of specific quantities of various ingredients including plant enzymes.

When a hair follicle is fully exposed, e.g. After waxing, tweezing or any method which takes the hair out by the root, this topical solution saturates the hair follicle and disables the mechanism of hair growth.

It does this without damaging skin tissue or causing irritation.

How Much Is Needed

The 4 oz. Spray bottle covers approximately 4-6 leg-waxing sessions – about 6 months supply.

For an average height male (5′ 11″) doing full body hair removal, a 4 oz. Spray bottle will cover approximately 2 sessions (6 applications).

Who Makes It

Nisim International, 204 Wilkinson Rd., Brampton Ontario, Canada L6T 4M4

Nisim International started selling the NewHair Biofactors line of products in 1993. It developed a proprietary system for extracting active ingredients from herbs which it uses in the manufacture of its product range.

The hair removal product, Kalo Hair Inhibitor, was formulated by Canadian scientists. It made its debut in 1997 after five years of extensive safety and anecdotal tests. It is currently sold in over 30 countries.

The Guarantee

Kalo Hair Inhibitor is backed by an unconditional, indefinite, money-back guarantee.

If for any reason a user is dissatisfied, just return the remaining solution to Nisim International for a courteous refund.

Mike offers a number of discounts on Kalo Hair Inhibitor and other products straight from the supplier. Click here:

http://www.1bodycare.com/kalo.htm

To prevent and eliminate ingrown hair – use Ingrown Hair Treatment:

http://www.1bodycare.com/iht.htm

Check out Mike’s other research resources:

Hair Removal – Nine Methods: http://www.about-hair-removal.com

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David asks…

Is it weird that I have shoulder hair?

Nobody in my family (including even my dad) has shoulder hair. But my shoulders are so hairy. I’ve been waxing them and using kalo hair inhibitor because I think it’s embarassing. What do you guys say about this?

Editor answers:

I think it’s much more common that you think. Btw, I’m assuming your a male at this point. If you are a female that’s weird. Lol! I see a lot of it at my community pool.

John asks…

Whats the best way to remove some leg hair, and/or make it thinner?

Important Factors: Non-expensive, easy to get, not dangerous. I still want leg hair, I just don’t want to be a super hairy. I’ve heard of “Kalo Hair Inhibitor” does that work?

Editor answers:

To make hair thinner do waxing

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Nancy asks…

waxing my upper lip doesn’t work?

I keep waxing my upper lip but rather than taking the hair it takes the skin and makes me bleed and then spots appear and i end up having a spotty rash for 3 days.
I’ve tried almost everything, Hair removal cream doesn’t seem to work either because i can always still see the black line.
Is there a way to permanent way to remove upper lip hair?

Editor answers:

Laser hair removal, but that can be expensive. I shave and the results are pretty good.

Sandra asks…

Best hair removal options for below the waist — brazilian wax???

I have a question, WHAT exactly is a brazilian wax? Does it remove ALL the hair in the pubic region from front to back?

Also, is this the best alternative if you want to be 100% CLEAN down there?

I know there is aesthetic, laser, and wax? Which one gives you longer results? Is there a permanent solution? In order, which is most painful and expensive?

I like being clean all the time but shaving sux and creams like veet are messy with only temporary results.

Thanks for the help!

Editor answers:

Lasers are the most effective and permanent solution for removal of hair on the body. It requires several treatments and can be expensive, but add up the cost of products, time spent, and the hassle of getting nicked or having skin react to shaving or creams, and laser comes out way ahead in my opinion.

What you are looking for is called a brazilian. A brazilian removes all hair from the pubic area, including the perineum and around the anal area, and in between the folds. It may also include any hair that grows above the pubic bone onto the lower belly. A good technician will do a test patch to be sure your skin handles the laser well. There will be some swelling and mild redness, but this will disappear quickly. The cost can be approx. $300-$400. Per treatment and people usually require 3-4 sessions to succesfully remove all the hair. You will be asked to shave the area you would like to have lasered prior to the treatment. Dark hair responds best to lasers treatment. Laser can be done anywhere on the body, but the skin must be intact, and a good technician will avoid moles, etc.

Richard asks…

beard question – ingrown hair problem..?

hey guys.. i used to get an ingrown hair once or twice a month – bumps or a small whitehead on my neck from shaving.. recently in the last year tho.. it has been getting much worse my entire neck breaks out in areas.. and the pimples get painful -then i pick and pick at them and i look like a leper or something – i pre-soak my razor i use a pre lube oil on my face and a medicated shave cream – i have tried reg razors and electric… nothing seems to help….anyone have any ideas.? also has anyone ever done any type of permanent or chemical hair removal on their face and it worked well? i just cant stand my face looking so pitted all the time…i look liek i have a skin disease…

Editor answers:

Don’t use chemical removal… Some people have sensitive skin and thick hair, and there’s nothing you can do to make shaving less irritating. Chemical will irritate your skin and make it grow tougher.
I have used lazer hair removal. If you only have a few treatments, it reduces the amount of hair you have, and it makes the hair finer in general, and you don’t get it done entirely, you don’t look like a girl lol.
I highly recomend it in fact. It wasn’t too expensive really for what it was *worth*, I think I spent £1200 in total, over 6 months (in order to treat all the hair) and it also cures acne I hear.
Alternatively, if you have dark skin or light hair, you can use electrolysis, but I think this takes longer and hurts a bit.
So good luck, and if it the ingrown hair gets infected do see a doctor.

Mark asks…

I have “Folliculitis” (I get big pimples when I wax or shave my legs, underarms), if u have a way to help me?

Folliculitis = infections of the hair follicules (basically after waxing or shaving, when your hair grows back, it sometimes gets infected and causes pimples with pus).
I have this problem, and doctors tell me that there is nothing I can do about it (except put a cream antibiotic “Fucidin H” on the pimples once they’re already there).
It is a very annoying problem, because I don’t know what to do about it. I’m thinking to try the Lazer for a permanent hair removal… which is basically my only alternative…
If anybody has any suggestion, or a cure for Folliculitis it would be great to hear it !! :)

Editor answers:

Folliculitis is a result of damage to the follicle which leads to infection. The boils/carbuncles you get are the signs of infection. Common causes of follicle damage (which may apply to you) are friction from tight clothing or shaving, excess perspiration, acne or dermatitis, and abrasions (scrapes).

Because folliculitis is a recurring conditon, prevention rather than cure is a reasonable strategy. While it’s not always possible to prevent all infections all the time, you can greatly reduce the recurrence by avoid tight clothing, by shaving with care and using a new blade each time. Or use an electric razor or depilatory. It may not be possible to avoid excess persipration but keep your skin as clean and dry as you can. Try your best to avoid situations and locations where you may sweat excessively.

Continue to treat any existing carbuncles with the Fudicin. Wash your hands before and after using the cream. Wash the boils with mild soap and water before applying the cream.

As far as laser hair removal, do some research on the impact it has (if any) on folliculitis. I truly hope everything works out for you.

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Mark asks…

At home permanent hair removal?

What is the best at home permanent hair removal device? I dont want to spend more than $200 but I want a good kit as well. I’ll take laser or electrolysis, it doesn’t matter haha I’m just sick n tired of waxing!

Editor answers:

Http://www.laser-hair-removal-journey.com/

Susan asks…

Laser hair removal For Men, home lasers?

Any one try the EPILA LASER PERMANENT HAIR REMOVER?

or the LB500s Laser Hair Remover?

or the RIO SCANNING LASER PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL?

do they work ? are the results as good as those when you visit a professional?

*if there is no reduction, do you at least get rid of the hair for a certain amount of time?

Editor answers:

The 3rd one has some reviews I found through google because I was curious about your question..

Http://www.ciao.co.uk/Rio_Laser_Hair_Removal__6439363

the reviews don’t seem very great.

I don’t think there is a product at home that would be equivalent to laser removal because then everyone would be talking about it trying to get it. So yeah.. If you really want to remove, probably just pay for actual laser removal.

Michael asks…

Does permanent laser hair removal actually work? Anyone had it?

If it does work; is there any way I can buy the laser machine and do it myself at home?

I’ve asked this question before to someone, and they said the laser is expensive and costs like 3,000$.

Well, I for one would definitely pay 3 thousand dollars if I never had to shave or wax any part of my body EVER AGAIN. It would totally be worth it.

Editor answers:

Here in India i got it for 30000. It is composed of 10 sittings . They shave hair from that part
then apply gel as a lubricant… Sun googles are used as thy prevent those harmful rays entering into our eye.. During this process… We get burning sensation.. As these rays destroy the root of the hair… It can definitely reduce the intensity of the hair.it’s worthy . Go through it…

Sorry …..i have no idea about purchasing it …..

Donna asks…

permanent hair removal?

ive got these pesky little hairs in between my eyebrows, like a uni-brow is trying to grow in… i want to know whether there was a way to remove them forever… preferably something you could do at home… if not, some cheap salon in san diego that does a good job… thanks!

Editor answers:

You could do permanent hair removal.
You have to make a appointment and it’s expensive.
You could wax or pluck.
If your going to pluck get a 10x mirror(you could get ANYWHERE) and tweezers:)

good look

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Chris asks…

Upper lip hair how, and how often to get rid of ?

I have a bit of upper lip hair, it is dark mostly at the corners of my mouth and stands out in bright light :(
I have light fair skin, and was going for a permanent removal but can no longer afford it so I have cancelled.

What home method should I use ?
waxing ?
tweezing ?
other?
And how often will I have to do it every day like my eye brows ?

Editor answers:

I bleach, and yeah I was gonna get em removed too but it’s too much money ): And bleaching you do every 2 weeks and if you do a good job it should last about that much.

Steven asks…

Which hair colour remover?

I dyed my hair a permanent black colour at home about a month ago but I have now changed my mind about it. Which hair colour removers give the best colour removal and are least damaging?

Editor answers:

LOreal is a nice hair colour removal.. Here are some fact about your question.

Three important facts about existing artificial color on the hair

1) Permanent hair color does not lift out existing artificial hair color.

2) Hair bleaching will lighten artificial pigments (especially very dark colors) more slowly than natural pigments in regrowth.

3) Some inexpensive (drugstore brand) hair colors contain metallic salts which can turn your hair to mush if they’re processed with bleach, perm solutions, or chemical straighteners.

Check the ingredients if you’ve used a drugstore brand hair color to make sure it doesn’t contain any metallic dye components.
Darker colors contain more of this ingredient (in those particular brands), and the more you’ve used it, the more metallic salts will have been deposited on/in your hair.

Charles asks…

I have hair all over my body, chest,sholders upper back and legs, Is there a way that i can remove them ?

and make the growth less, if possible permanent removal.
I have heard of waxing, but I am scared if the growth increases, I am not concerned about pain, can we do it at home. Suggest me plz.

Editor answers:

To be honest with you there is no cream that is going to remove hair permanently. You can do waxing ,threading or shaving but for permanent remedy you should go to the dermatologist only who will guide you with electrolyses or laser removal.I strongly advice you to go to dermatologist only. If any one says creams remove the hair permanently then it is false. Any way people have tried athimathuram application continuosly and say that hair stops growing .It is available in ayurvedic shops. Let me tell you that you might have hormonal imbalance if your hair growth is too much .So please check with dermatologist who will also check your blood for hormones.

Donna asks…

best upper lip removal?

i know laser and other permanent treatments are expensive and guess wat!!!!!!!!! my dad wont let me wax i have thick upper lip hair and some boys say i need to get rid of it i totallly agree and i want to know which solution is best cuz its near school time peeps and u have to get rid of facial hair and i need help plz plz o and if there is a trick on taking out upper lip hair at home without ur parents knowing plz tell me hurry

Editor answers:

You know u could always buy little wax strips from a drug store or supermarket by yourself and then do it at home.. As someone said u could bleach it too but i dont recommend that.. Threading hurts a lot btw.. I think u could try with tweezers (if you dont have any, you can buy some). It shouldnt be too painful on the sides of your moustache but right underneath your nose it will hurt. So get an ice cube and numb the area a little before. Oh and very important: DO NOT DO YOUR MOUSTACHE RIGHT BEFORE SCHOOL OR ANYTHING BECAUSE YOU WILL HAVE A RED UPPER LIP!! I learnt from experience. And use aloe vera or ice after hair removal. The waxing strips should come with something to put on after.. Good luck!!! :)

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Charles asks…

Has anybody tried laser hair removal in Australia?

Specifically the “Hairfree” centre; i have an appointment there in two weeks and am interested to hear a review from someone who has used them. Is it worth the money, and does it work? Are they adequately experienced and professional? How long does it last?

Editor answers:

Havnt been to hairfree but iv been to results laser clinic. They use the most effective laser machine (candela, gentle lase or something like that). Its very safe (be careful of dodgy salons where the workers dont even have training in using a laser machine), and the price is reasonable, (approx $70 for 5min) but youd be surprised of how much they get done in the 5 min. And yes its very effective, its such a relief not having to worry about shaving/waxing anymore.
Check out this site, they have various locations over sydney :)
http://www.resultslaserclinic.com.au/

Sandy asks…

Laser Hair Removal: HELP?!!!!!!!?

I just got my upper lip done today using GentleEase laser hair removal at a local clinic that has pretty good reviews on yelp.

After my treatment, i immediately noticed brown spots on my face that look like giant freckles (hyper-pigmentation). I have fair skin and dark hair.

Will it be permanent?
Is it like a sunburn?
How long will it take to fade?
Recommend bleaching cream?
Should I go back for a second treatment? Will it get worse if i do?

Editor answers:

Not permanent
Like a sunburn yes
A few weeks
No bleaching cream (use makeup)
Yes go back

Here’s my normal laser answer in case it helps you any =)

Okay… Science answer:

You grow in at least 80% of your hair during puberty. When you have laser hair removal the hairs it kills will never grow again. But you still have up to 20% of your normal thickness that will grow in throughout the rest of your life. So people get touch up sessions every 3-5 years after their big 6 treatments. You need about 6 treatments, one each 2 months for a year, because the hair grows in different stages and it can only kill hair in the active growth stage. The laser works by targeting dark color (the hair follicle) and passing through light color (the skin) the hair and skin have to be very different shades of color for the hair to work. The darker and coarser the hair and lighter the skin, the better results you will have.

Okay… Personal Experience:

I’ve had 3 out of my 6 treatments so far. It HURTS! It’s like being poked with a sewing needle over and over, but it’s not as painful as a tattoo, and that’s not as painful as childbirth, maybe that can put the pain in perspective for you =) I’ve had my legs, underarms, and bikini area done. When you get your bikini area done they do ALL of it! Including spreading your butt and vaginal lips apart to laser all the cracks… It’s sorta awkward. After the 3 treatments I’ve had so far I’ve lost about 60% of leg hair, 80% bikini hair, and 80% underarms hair. It’s because the underarms hair is the thinnest and the leg hair is the coarsest. But the legs are the most painful. The more it hurts the better it works.
I spent this much for 6 treatments in each area:
Bikini-$750
Underarms-$750
Legs (toes to bikini)-$2,500

Email me if you have any more questions about it!

Ken asks…

Has anyone had laser hair removal from a place called “Hairfree Laser Skin Clinic”?

Otherwise, are there any places that you HAVE been to that has proven effective?

I can’t seem to find any decent reviews on these clinics :/

Editor answers:

Definition
Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses laser light — an intense, pulsating beam of light — to remove unwanted hair. Laser hair removal works by passing a light beam through the skin. The laser
targets dark pigment, called melanin, in hair. When the light beam hits the hair follicle (where hair growth originates), the intense heat destroys the hair follicle instantly.

In most cases, laser hair removal slows hair regrowth, but it takes several treatments to provide an extended “hair-free” period.

Why it’s done
Laser hair removal is used for people who want to remove unwanted body hair. Common treatment locations include legs, armpits, upper lip, chin and bikini line. However, it is possible to treat unwanted hair in almost any area of the body.

Although laser hair removal doesn’t guarantee permanent hair removal, it does extend the hair-free period, which can vary from several months to many years. With multiple treatments, long-term hair removal is possible.
Risks
Hair color and skin type are the key factors that influence the success of laser hair removal. It’s most successful on people with dark hair (brown or black) and light skin. However, it can also be used safely on people with darker skin types. Laser hair removal does not work for white, blonde, light brown or light red hair.

To reduce your risks, choose a qualified, trained doctor who is board certified in dermatology or a similar specialty. Your doctor should meet with you before the procedure and determine your treatment plan. If a physician’s assistant or licensed nurse performs the procedure, your doctor should supervise and be available on-site during the treatments. Do not go to a spa, salon or clinic that allows nonmedical personnel to perform the procedure.

Complications from laser hair removal are rare if you go to a qualified doctor. Bleeding during the laser treatment is extremely rare, as is the possibility of infection resulting from treatment.

Side effects from laser hair removal include, but are not limited to:

Incomplete hair removal or regrowth. Some hair may be resistant to the laser treatment or may regrow after treatment.
Darkening of the skin (hyperpigmentation). This is usually a temporary condition, but in rare instances, is long lasting or permanent.
Lightening of the skin (hypopigmentation). This is of special concern with people who have darker skin. Laser hair treatment is more successful on fair skin, but darker skin also can be treated.
Blistering and scarring. These rarely occur.
Changes in the skin texture. These rarely occur.
Crusting or scabbing. If this occurs, it’s temporary.
Hair changes. New hair growth may be finer and lighter in color. In some cases, new hair may grow in areas adjacent to the treated areas. This can be successfully treated with additional laser treatments.
Talk to your doctor about how these risks apply to you.

With my best wishes, if you had any more questions please feel free to contact me, good luck.

Dr. Mohammed Riad Ayoub (dermatologist and andrologist)
Email: rzmdzps7@hotmail.com
Phone: 002 010 6790266
Clinic address: 158 Sudan Street Mohndsen Cairo Egypt. Zip code: 12411

Richard asks…

laser hair removal??

Ive been considering getting some laser hair removal done, but i really want to get some “reviews” about people who’ve had it done…Like is it painfull, are you satisfied with the result, does it take too long, are you happy uve had it done?…ect. (also, laser isnt exacly permanent…it last several years…so do you think its still worth it??) Like mention anything worth knowing…

Thank u!!!!!! :) :)

Editor answers:

It doesnt hurt at all!

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Thomas asks…

Has anybody tried laser hair removal in Australia?

Specifically the “Hairfree” centre; i have an appointment there in two weeks and am interested to hear a review from someone who has used them. Is it worth the money, and does it work? Are they adequately experienced and professional? How long does it last?

Editor answers:

Havnt been to hairfree but iv been to results laser clinic. They use the most effective laser machine (candela, gentle lase or something like that). Its very safe (be careful of dodgy salons where the workers dont even have training in using a laser machine), and the price is reasonable, (approx $70 for 5min) but youd be surprised of how much they get done in the 5 min. And yes its very effective, its such a relief not having to worry about shaving/waxing anymore.
Check out this site, they have various locations over sydney :)
http://www.resultslaserclinic.com.au/

Steven asks…

Laser Hair Removal: HELP?!!!!!!!?

I just got my upper lip done today using GentleEase laser hair removal at a local clinic that has pretty good reviews on yelp.

After my treatment, i immediately noticed brown spots on my face that look like giant freckles (hyper-pigmentation). I have fair skin and dark hair.

Will it be permanent?
Is it like a sunburn?
How long will it take to fade?
Recommend bleaching cream?
Should I go back for a second treatment? Will it get worse if i do?

Editor answers:

Not permanent
Like a sunburn yes
A few weeks
No bleaching cream (use makeup)
Yes go back

Here’s my normal laser answer in case it helps you any =)

Okay… Science answer:

You grow in at least 80% of your hair during puberty. When you have laser hair removal the hairs it kills will never grow again. But you still have up to 20% of your normal thickness that will grow in throughout the rest of your life. So people get touch up sessions every 3-5 years after their big 6 treatments. You need about 6 treatments, one each 2 months for a year, because the hair grows in different stages and it can only kill hair in the active growth stage. The laser works by targeting dark color (the hair follicle) and passing through light color (the skin) the hair and skin have to be very different shades of color for the hair to work. The darker and coarser the hair and lighter the skin, the better results you will have.

Okay… Personal Experience:

I’ve had 3 out of my 6 treatments so far. It HURTS! It’s like being poked with a sewing needle over and over, but it’s not as painful as a tattoo, and that’s not as painful as childbirth, maybe that can put the pain in perspective for you =) I’ve had my legs, underarms, and bikini area done. When you get your bikini area done they do ALL of it! Including spreading your butt and vaginal lips apart to laser all the cracks… It’s sorta awkward. After the 3 treatments I’ve had so far I’ve lost about 60% of leg hair, 80% bikini hair, and 80% underarms hair. It’s because the underarms hair is the thinnest and the leg hair is the coarsest. But the legs are the most painful. The more it hurts the better it works.
I spent this much for 6 treatments in each area:
Bikini-$750
Underarms-$750
Legs (toes to bikini)-$2,500

Email me if you have any more questions about it!

Ruth asks…

Has anyone had laser hair removal from a place called “Hairfree Laser Skin Clinic”?

Otherwise, are there any places that you HAVE been to that has proven effective?

I can’t seem to find any decent reviews on these clinics :/

Editor answers:

Definition
Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses laser light — an intense, pulsating beam of light — to remove unwanted hair. Laser hair removal works by passing a light beam through the skin. The laser
targets dark pigment, called melanin, in hair. When the light beam hits the hair follicle (where hair growth originates), the intense heat destroys the hair follicle instantly.

In most cases, laser hair removal slows hair regrowth, but it takes several treatments to provide an extended “hair-free” period.

Why it’s done
Laser hair removal is used for people who want to remove unwanted body hair. Common treatment locations include legs, armpits, upper lip, chin and bikini line. However, it is possible to treat unwanted hair in almost any area of the body.

Although laser hair removal doesn’t guarantee permanent hair removal, it does extend the hair-free period, which can vary from several months to many years. With multiple treatments, long-term hair removal is possible.
Risks
Hair color and skin type are the key factors that influence the success of laser hair removal. It’s most successful on people with dark hair (brown or black) and light skin. However, it can also be used safely on people with darker skin types. Laser hair removal does not work for white, blonde, light brown or light red hair.

To reduce your risks, choose a qualified, trained doctor who is board certified in dermatology or a similar specialty. Your doctor should meet with you before the procedure and determine your treatment plan. If a physician’s assistant or licensed nurse performs the procedure, your doctor should supervise and be available on-site during the treatments. Do not go to a spa, salon or clinic that allows nonmedical personnel to perform the procedure.

Complications from laser hair removal are rare if you go to a qualified doctor. Bleeding during the laser treatment is extremely rare, as is the possibility of infection resulting from treatment.

Side effects from laser hair removal include, but are not limited to:

Incomplete hair removal or regrowth. Some hair may be resistant to the laser treatment or may regrow after treatment.
Darkening of the skin (hyperpigmentation). This is usually a temporary condition, but in rare instances, is long lasting or permanent.
Lightening of the skin (hypopigmentation). This is of special concern with people who have darker skin. Laser hair treatment is more successful on fair skin, but darker skin also can be treated.
Blistering and scarring. These rarely occur.
Changes in the skin texture. These rarely occur.
Crusting or scabbing. If this occurs, it’s temporary.
Hair changes. New hair growth may be finer and lighter in color. In some cases, new hair may grow in areas adjacent to the treated areas. This can be successfully treated with additional laser treatments.
Talk to your doctor about how these risks apply to you.

With my best wishes, if you had any more questions please feel free to contact me, good luck.

Dr. Mohammed Riad Ayoub (dermatologist and andrologist)
Email: rzmdzps7@hotmail.com
Phone: 002 010 6790266
Clinic address: 158 Sudan Street Mohndsen Cairo Egypt. Zip code: 12411

Betty asks…

laser hair removal??

Ive been considering getting some laser hair removal done, but i really want to get some “reviews” about people who’ve had it done…Like is it painfull, are you satisfied with the result, does it take too long, are you happy uve had it done?…ect. (also, laser isnt exacly permanent…it last several years…so do you think its still worth it??) Like mention anything worth knowing…

Thank u!!!!!! :) :)

Editor answers:

It doesnt hurt at all!

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Thomas asks…

Has anybody tried laser hair removal in Australia?

Specifically the “Hairfree” centre; i have an appointment there in two weeks and am interested to hear a review from someone who has used them. Is it worth the money, and does it work? Are they adequately experienced and professional? How long does it last?

Editor answers:

Havnt been to hairfree but iv been to results laser clinic. They use the most effective laser machine (candela, gentle lase or something like that). Its very safe (be careful of dodgy salons where the workers dont even have training in using a laser machine), and the price is reasonable, (approx $70 for 5min) but youd be surprised of how much they get done in the 5 min. And yes its very effective, its such a relief not having to worry about shaving/waxing anymore.
Check out this site, they have various locations over sydney :)
http://www.resultslaserclinic.com.au/

Maria asks…

Laser Hair Removal: HELP?!!!!!!!?

I just got my upper lip done today using GentleEase laser hair removal at a local clinic that has pretty good reviews on yelp.

After my treatment, i immediately noticed brown spots on my face that look like giant freckles (hyper-pigmentation). I have fair skin and dark hair.

Will it be permanent?
Is it like a sunburn?
How long will it take to fade?
Recommend bleaching cream?
Should I go back for a second treatment? Will it get worse if i do?

Editor answers:

Not permanent
Like a sunburn yes
A few weeks
No bleaching cream (use makeup)
Yes go back

Here’s my normal laser answer in case it helps you any =)

Okay… Science answer:

You grow in at least 80% of your hair during puberty. When you have laser hair removal the hairs it kills will never grow again. But you still have up to 20% of your normal thickness that will grow in throughout the rest of your life. So people get touch up sessions every 3-5 years after their big 6 treatments. You need about 6 treatments, one each 2 months for a year, because the hair grows in different stages and it can only kill hair in the active growth stage. The laser works by targeting dark color (the hair follicle) and passing through light color (the skin) the hair and skin have to be very different shades of color for the hair to work. The darker and coarser the hair and lighter the skin, the better results you will have.

Okay… Personal Experience:

I’ve had 3 out of my 6 treatments so far. It HURTS! It’s like being poked with a sewing needle over and over, but it’s not as painful as a tattoo, and that’s not as painful as childbirth, maybe that can put the pain in perspective for you =) I’ve had my legs, underarms, and bikini area done. When you get your bikini area done they do ALL of it! Including spreading your butt and vaginal lips apart to laser all the cracks… It’s sorta awkward. After the 3 treatments I’ve had so far I’ve lost about 60% of leg hair, 80% bikini hair, and 80% underarms hair. It’s because the underarms hair is the thinnest and the leg hair is the coarsest. But the legs are the most painful. The more it hurts the better it works.
I spent this much for 6 treatments in each area:
Bikini-$750
Underarms-$750
Legs (toes to bikini)-$2,500

Email me if you have any more questions about it!

Chris asks…

Has anyone had laser hair removal from a place called “Hairfree Laser Skin Clinic”?

Otherwise, are there any places that you HAVE been to that has proven effective?

I can’t seem to find any decent reviews on these clinics :/

Editor answers:

Definition
Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses laser light — an intense, pulsating beam of light — to remove unwanted hair. Laser hair removal works by passing a light beam through the skin. The laser
targets dark pigment, called melanin, in hair. When the light beam hits the hair follicle (where hair growth originates), the intense heat destroys the hair follicle instantly.

In most cases, laser hair removal slows hair regrowth, but it takes several treatments to provide an extended “hair-free” period.

Why it’s done
Laser hair removal is used for people who want to remove unwanted body hair. Common treatment locations include legs, armpits, upper lip, chin and bikini line. However, it is possible to treat unwanted hair in almost any area of the body.

Although laser hair removal doesn’t guarantee permanent hair removal, it does extend the hair-free period, which can vary from several months to many years. With multiple treatments, long-term hair removal is possible.
Risks
Hair color and skin type are the key factors that influence the success of laser hair removal. It’s most successful on people with dark hair (brown or black) and light skin. However, it can also be used safely on people with darker skin types. Laser hair removal does not work for white, blonde, light brown or light red hair.

To reduce your risks, choose a qualified, trained doctor who is board certified in dermatology or a similar specialty. Your doctor should meet with you before the procedure and determine your treatment plan. If a physician’s assistant or licensed nurse performs the procedure, your doctor should supervise and be available on-site during the treatments. Do not go to a spa, salon or clinic that allows nonmedical personnel to perform the procedure.

Complications from laser hair removal are rare if you go to a qualified doctor. Bleeding during the laser treatment is extremely rare, as is the possibility of infection resulting from treatment.

Side effects from laser hair removal include, but are not limited to:

Incomplete hair removal or regrowth. Some hair may be resistant to the laser treatment or may regrow after treatment.
Darkening of the skin (hyperpigmentation). This is usually a temporary condition, but in rare instances, is long lasting or permanent.
Lightening of the skin (hypopigmentation). This is of special concern with people who have darker skin. Laser hair treatment is more successful on fair skin, but darker skin also can be treated.
Blistering and scarring. These rarely occur.
Changes in the skin texture. These rarely occur.
Crusting or scabbing. If this occurs, it’s temporary.
Hair changes. New hair growth may be finer and lighter in color. In some cases, new hair may grow in areas adjacent to the treated areas. This can be successfully treated with additional laser treatments.
Talk to your doctor about how these risks apply to you.

With my best wishes, if you had any more questions please feel free to contact me, good luck.

Dr. Mohammed Riad Ayoub (dermatologist and andrologist)
Email: rzmdzps7@hotmail.com
Phone: 002 010 6790266
Clinic address: 158 Sudan Street Mohndsen Cairo Egypt. Zip code: 12411

Paul asks…

laser hair removal??

Ive been considering getting some laser hair removal done, but i really want to get some “reviews” about people who’ve had it done…Like is it painfull, are you satisfied with the result, does it take too long, are you happy uve had it done?…ect. (also, laser isnt exacly permanent…it last several years…so do you think its still worth it??) Like mention anything worth knowing…

Thank u!!!!!! :) :)

Editor answers:

It doesnt hurt at all!

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Michael asks…

Anybody tried a home laser hair removal kit?

I would consider buying one to try and cut down on leg shaving etc. But I suspect it will be slow, laborious and risky. I assume you would have to use goggles. I know It works best on light skin and dark hair (absorption of the light rays by the dark pigment…heat…dead hair follicle…hurrah!)
The makers of these machines obviously say they’re great. But what you you think?
Not looking good this. No-one seems to know. The kits are widely available on ebay. I would have thought somebody must have bought one?
Not being funny but no-one with any real knowledge has answered yet just people with knee-jerk reactions to the word “laser“. Thanks anyway.
What’s the big mystery with this method then?

Editor answers:

My son bought one of these, he is very dark haired and his eyebrows meet a bit in the middle, it does swell the area a bit after hes done it, but the hair stays away alot longer than shaving. Does take a while to do though, and would take ages to do legs etc. Also you have to still pluck the hair out after the hair follical has been zapped. Hope this helps !

Sandy asks…

Has anyone tried home laser hair removal?

Is it safe and does it work?I was thinking of getting it but its around £300..any advice….i usually wax but id like to try permanant..?

Editor answers:

Becky Worley from “Good Morning America” tested Silk’n home laser hair removal system. Watch the video to see the results:

Joseph asks…

has anyone used one of those home laser hair removal things?

There was a one advertised in a magazine the other day for £99, just wondered if anyone has used one and do they actually work? Can you imagine never having to pluck your eyebrows or waxing the bikini line ever again???

Editor answers:

Electrolysis and laser hair removal are “permanent” hair removal methods but are expensive and you have to find a trained professional, otherwise your skin could be damaged.
A review of the various hair removal methods is available at http://tinyurl.com/ob6tt

Ruth asks…

Do laser hair-removal home devices like “Stop Skin laser” really work??

I live in Mexico and I just saw a comercial announcing a product called “Stop Skin Laser” wich is a small machine that allows you to depilate by laser in your own home. Its really inexpensive compared to a laser clinic. Has anyone heard about this? Does this really work??

Editor answers:

No…when it comes to things like that..cheap is not the way to go.

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