If you've tried waxing and tweezing, and those hair removal methods just hurt too much, it might be time to find a product that doesn't make you want to run for the hills. Your face is a sensitive place, so you should treat it that way. Don't use products that cause pain and discomfort. Instead, look for a facial hair removal alternative that gives you great results, and doesn't make you want to cry.

WARNINGS: IRRITATION OR ALLERGIC REACTION MAY OCCUR WITH SOME PEOPLE EVEN AFTER PRIOR USE WITHOUT ADVERSE EFFECT. THEREFORE, TEST BEFORE EACH USE BY APPLYING PRODUCT TO A SMALL PART OF THE AREA WHERE HAIR IS TO BE REMOVED. FOLLOW DIRECTIONS AND WAIT 24 HOURS. IF SKIN APPEARS NORMAL, PROCEED. DO NOT USE ON IRRITATED, SUNBURNED, INFLAMED OR BROKEN SKIN. AVOID SPRAYING IN EYES. SHOULD PRODUCT TOUCH THE EYES, WASH THOROUGHLY WITH LUKEWARM WATER. IF IRRITATION OCCURS DURING USE, RINSE AREA WITH COLD WATER. IF IRRITATION PERSISTS, CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN. DO NOT USE ON FACE, AROUND EYES, IN NOSE, IN EARS, ON BREAST NIPPLES, PERIANAL OR VAGINAL/GENITAL AREAS. PRODUCT MAY CAUSE SURFACES TO BECOME SLIPPERY. AVOID CONTACT WITH BATH ITEMS.
Make sure your hair is long enough. According to Covert, ⅛ inch to ¼ inch is best. “The hair is in an active growing cycle (anagen phase) of hair growth, and you’re most likely to get the root which will help in slowing down the regrowth.” This means you would want to schedule your sugaring appointments every four to five weeks. After you've been sugaring for a while and your hair starts coming in sparser, you can go longer between appointments.
Our trained medical professionals will walk you through the treatment process every step of the way. At the beginning of the procedure, a female medical provider will apply a protective laser gel to your skin. The light of the laser beam transforms into heat when it comes into contact with the hair, seeking out melanin and deactivating the hair follicles to inhibit further growth.
There are currently over 1000 products on the market, and no two epilators are the same. In the last ten years alone, epilators have become much more advanced, with more attachments and features that give you faster, longer-lasting hair removal. This can make choosing the right one confusing, so to help you decide which one is right for you, we have put together reviews of what we think are the best epilators around so you can see which one is right for you.
Nad’s For Men Hair Removal Cream is a fast acting depilatory cream for quick, painless hair removal at home with results that last longer than shaving. The extra strength depilatory cream is formulated specially for coarse male body hair and is effective in as little as 4 minutes. Shaving can be quite a time-consuming method to remove unwanted hair. Men’s hair tends to grow back quicker and thicker then women’s hair and needs a hair removal method that is more suitable. A depilatory cream is a good alternative to shaving in that you’ll avoid any razor nicks or cuts. Nad's for Men Hair Removal Cream is ideal for use on large areas of the body like your chest, back, arms and legs and is easily rinsed off in the shower. Nad's for Men Hair Removal Cream contains soothing Aloe Vera to protect the skin and prevent irritation. The fast action 4-minute formula makes it the perfect men’s hair removal solution for the guy on the go.
Back in April, I purchased a box of Smooooth Away Hair Removal Pads (aka Smooth Away pads) and bottle of Smooth Away Hair Inhibitor Cream at the New York City Auto Show. I had seen the infomercials on TV, then saw a real-life product demonstration at the auto show that "proved" they really do work, so I coughed up $40 (I totally overpaid, got caught up in the moment) so I could try them out on myself at home. Here's how it went:
Step one to reaching at-home laser/IPL bliss is having realistic expectations. Despite the visions of eternal freedom from shaving that "permanent hair removal" conjures, neither laser nor IPL (at-home or professional versions) are truly designed to remove 100 percent of the hair on your chosen area. Rather, they're meant to significantly reduce the amount of hair that grows there, in some cases by as much to 80 to 90 percent. Nothing to sneeze at, but don't pack away your other removers just yet. In the case of at-home devices, you can expect that effect to be somewhat reduced, since they simply aren't allowed to pack the same kind of power as the ones at your doctor's office. "They are designed to be extremely safe, but to accomplish this their energy levels are much weaker than what you can get in the office," explains Zeichner.
Sure, I can understand where you are coming from. Which Philips Lumea does your friend have as there is a few different models? For sure, the Tria, you can’t get it worldwide so there is some people that need to buy other machines, that still work exceptionally well. Me personally, I love the Tria BUT I do appreciate and still like other machines also, depending on different people’s skin color/hair color. The Philips Lumea does give good results, don’t get me wrong about that so it’s not like the Tria works and others don’t. Generally, the reason why you are seeing the Tria #1 is because it’s US based data/videos etc which in most cases won’t apply to you if you are in Switzerland. Let me know which Philips Lumea you are thinking of buying so I can assist you in making the right decision Don’t forget my personal email address is on my ‘contact page’ if you want to email me directly.
This will rid you of all hair, if you have the time and patience to use it. It is not a fast product, you will have to set aside some time to use it properly, but it is worth the while to some, as you have virtually hairless legs for almost 2 weeks (my results). Cons are the time it takes, it will make your legs or any other body part its used on furiously red for a day or so, and the pain is endurable, but definitely not a walk in the park. If you are someone who sets aside time for grooming, this product is for you.
I am always shaving. When I’m not shaving, I’m complaining about how I need to shave. Where I don’t shave, I wax, which means I’m in a constant state of dreading something. Both are imperfect solutions if you prefer to be as hairless as a tooth, as I do, and are worsened by a propensity for being lazy, which I am. Shaving leads to razor burn, ingrowns, 5 o’clock shadow, a debilitating fear of goosebumps and time spent in the shower that I just do not have. Waxing also leads to ingrowns, requires diligent scheduling and an awkward week of growth (thus defeating the whole “hairless” point, no?), plus it hurts. In all my years of waxing, it’s never not been brutal. The last time I got waxed, feet in the air and fury swirling though my body (at the woman ripping hair out of my skin, at myself for paying her to do this, at my inability to accept that my unique and individual physical manifestation of a human female includes hair in places other than the head, brow and eyelid), I decided to put an end to the torture and invest in some laser beams.
I am a retires Esthetician. Many years ago I bought a very expensive hair machine to use on my clients. It used galvanic current and a tweezer that you used to treat 1 hair at a time. When I retired I gave away the machine to a client I had been treating. It worked very well. It did take longer on hairs that were growing to a hormonal imbalance. I was skeptical when I saw this product. Mine was a big machine and this was small and worked on just 2 AAA batteries. I decided with all the advances in technology I would give it a try. I must say I am really pleased with it. I used the roller over my lip on an area that had some really difficult hairs to remove with a tweezer. They were deep rooted which made me doubt if it would work. I treated the are twice and then then again the next morning. To my surprise when I used the tweezer gently, the hairs just slide out. I was able to remove all the ones in that area easily. The next day I decided to try the pad. Oh,by the way it felt when I used the device was exactly like my machine felt like. I used the pad as directed and did it 3 times. I then used the tweezer (if it had been hard to remove the hair I would have left it for more treatments) and the hairs just slipped out and the root ball was attached to the hair. That meant the machine did what it was supposed to do. The ball was liquefied. I am really thrilled I found this system. It works and I should know as my machine back 27 years ago cost $3000 and did the same thing this is doing. Love it.
A few years ago, I was like many of you, frustrated by ineffective hair removal methods and put off by the prohibitive costs of professional treatment. While I was excited by the prospects of DIY laser treatment, the feedback from others who have tried this method seems to be mixed and made me nervous. For some it appears to be nothing short of a life changer while for others…it makes them want to tear their hair out (no pun intended) and some have even gone as far as to declare this whole laser hair removal thing a scam!
Though even if it were true that it gets a bit thicker, you can still simply continue to shave and Veet, if you are comfortable with this method as you seem, as no one would notice that if you are consistent, but as said, I don’t think anything happens for real, at root level, the hair simply grows back to it’s max length from what was the thickest point before shaving (:. So you can start to wax when you’ll feel ready if you want more lasting results and don’t like to depilate often.

Everyone always says to me, “Amelia, you are so lucky that your is hair so thick. You’re like a horse.” I accept the compliment and smile because yes, I am lucky. This equine mane not only allows me to bond with wild mustangs, it also retains the scent of every restaurant I’ve ever been in. More than anything, it means I hit the jackpot with fat-follicle’d parents. But no good gene ever goes unpunished. For every superfluous strand that grows on my head, at least three sprout on my legs.
Unlike waxing, sugaring only pulls out the hairs and doesn’t disturb the surface of the skin. “Hot wax attaches to the hair and the skin, pulling skin cells with it as it is removed. This is not only painful, but can cause redness, swelling, inflammation, and even bruising,” says dermatologist Howard Sobel, M.D. “If the wax is too hot, it can also burn your skin, especially in sensitive areas. Sugaring is a more gentle method of hair removal as the paste does not stick to your skin—it only attaches to the hair.” This minimizes the amount of irritation to the area and pain during the process. The sugar paste is also more malleable than hard wax, which allows it to get all the way down to the root. This makes it less likely to break off hairs at the surface.
Since you have coarse black hairs, I would advise you buy one of the newer machines because you will need to highest powered technology to help you kill those coarse hair follicles One of those would either be the Remington Quartz (top one from Remington) or like you said the Tria 4x. For me personally, since you want to use on your face, bikini, underarms and legs, I would opt for the Tria 4x if it was for me. You should be fine on your tanned skin. Obviously, please do not tan immediately before or immediately after doing treatments. I tan inbetween is fine but I must admit, effectiveness is not that good when I am tanned. Overall, I am all for the Tria 4x, I swear by it and I just find it so versatile for my whole body especially for my face.

In either case, it is important to find a professional who is highly trained and knowledgeable with this hair removal method. Electrolysis can be painful — topical numbing creams can be used to help reduce the pain. It can also cause redness, scarring, and dark spots over time in the areas that were previously treated. Patients with pacemakers should not undergo electrolysis. Be sure to tell your doctor if you’ve ever had a cold sore or fever blister. You may need to be pre-medicated in order to prevent an outbreak after treatment.
SOURCES: Trotter, M. Anatomical Record, December 1928; vol 37: pp 372-379. Lemar, M.S., Dermatologic Surgery, February 2003; vol 29: pp 118-123. American Academy of Dermatology. Medical College of Wisconsin web site. Emedicine.com: "Non Laser Hair Removal Techniques." David Goldberg, MD, director, Skin and Laser Surgery of New York and New Jersey. Patsy Kirby, MA, CPE, executive director, American Electrology Association, Bodega Bay, Calif. Michelle Serniuk, Beyond Day Spa, Hackensack University Medical Center, New Jersey. Bruce Katz, MD, director, Juva Laser and Skin Spa, New York.
When it comes to epilators, Braun is clearly the biggest player in the game. With many models offering different features, how do you choose? Well, if you’re looking at your first foray into epilation, the Silk-épil 5 is a great place to start. It’s amazingly affordable compared to most others epilators, yet it also gets just about the same positive reviews as many more expensive models. Carefully crafted for gentle epilation at home, the Braun Silk épil 5185 Epilator can give you silky smooth skin for up to four weeks at a time, with consistent use. 40 tweezers have been engineered to grip hair even closer to the skin for better removal of even the shortest hairs, gently removing them at the root. And, since hair grows back finer and thinner, this epilator effectively puts an end to stubble. To ensure that you get a gentle epilation experience, this epilator also features a unique Dual Comfort System. It includes both massage rollers, and a cooling ice glove, to cool the skin before epilation, and sooth it afterward, to further improve your comfort. Braun’s Silk-épil 3 is a well rated and even more affordable option.

Also, rest assured (even though it would obviously not be the desired outcome) that if the product does not work for your skin tone and hair colour, Remington should stand by their 60 day money back guarantee. If this is the case then you could try an alternative treatment like the Tria Laser, or, although it would be more expensive, get a professional consultation.
Hello! I’m not entirely sure whether these lasers are classified as blue or green? However, I personally do recommend safety eyewear, especially if you are going to do prolonged (half an hour or more) treatment. The flashes does get somewhat taxing on the eyes after a while, and I certainly err on the side of caution and put on goggles every time I do treatment. Hope this helps
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Following the directions for use, first test this product on a small patch of skin in the area you wish to treat. If after 24 hours there is no adverse reaction proceed with full application. If you experience any tingling or burning sensation during use, remove the cream immediately and rinse thoroughly with water. If this sensation persists, seek medical advice.
Ditch your parlour-based chemical bleaching routine for this traditional trick to get rid of excess facial growth. Sugar when warmed sticks to the hair, and after it dries, you can rip the hair off (as you pull the mask) causing no damage to the skin, Sugar only sticks to your hair and not the skin. Lemon, on the other hand, works as a natural bleaching agent and bleaches the rest of the hair while lightning the skin tone. For this home-made remedy for facial hair, you need to take a mixture of 2 tablespoons of sugar, a pinch of fresh lime juice(about 2 teaspoons), and a 9-10 teaspoons of water. Heat the mixture, and set it aside to cool down a bit.
Skin Tone:  Though there have been some technological advancements that made laser hair removal systems viable for darker skin tones, if you have olive colored skin or darker, you need to find a system that is FDA rated for your skin tone.  Fair skinned women can use just about any system out of the box with no problem.  Talk to your dermatologist to get some help determining whether or not a home hair removal system is suitable for your skin type.
Oh wow, thank you for your compliments, I am really quite flattered It’s nice to hear from such nice people all the time. Oh how lucky of you that your husband actually acts on things, excellent! I hope you will enjoy it. In regards to the Greencaine Gel, to be honest, I would have absolutely no idea, it’s a great product that I am not quite sure it would be readily available to the public because it’s one of those great commercial style products we can get through the internet and made in the USA. I live in Aus and I’ve looked for it in pharmacies and hair removal salons but they don’t have it. The ONLY other way you might be able to get it without buying it over the internet is going into a tattoo place and asking? Maybe? I’m not sure regarding import charges, I thought you would be ok as the tube is only $55, there might be a uk seller on amazon selling it, you might be able to bypass those additional charges. Anyway, hope that helps, kinda? AND THANK YOU for your lovely comment, it’s made my day! Warm regards, Gabby
Hi! I bought my 4x from Amazon around Christmas last year..The Precision model is really small – it’s touted to be designed for upper lip and underarm & bikini areas, but I think it’s really ideal for the upper lip because you can fit the tip there nicely. For the other areas I think the 4x is more efficient with the larger head..plus you can use it for other areas of the body as well. The company claims that both devices have the same underlying technology..I’m not sure of the exact energy levels of both devices…but I suspect the 4x can go up to a higher energy level because it has 5 levels while the Precision only has 3..
At-home laser. These can be pricey with questionable efficacy, but two Cosmo editors have tried the Tria Precision Hair Removal Laser on their underarm area with hair-free results. Plus, one device, which runs about $300, is still much cheaper than a package of laser treatments at a doctor's office, which can cost over $1,000. Just know that (1) at-home lasers still sting (it feels like a rubber band smacking against your skin, (2) it takes several weeks to start seeing results, so it might be a good project to start in the fall and (3) certain lasers are not safe for use on darker skin. However, with the Tria, you can test it on your skin type (at Sephora, Neimen Marcus, and Ulta) using the skin sensor that's built into it before you shell out the cash. Also good to know: the Tria should be used once every other week for three months for best results, and then for touch-ups when needed. Try: Tria Precision Hair Removal Laser, $299, Sephora.com.

Although the appearance of secondary hair on parts of the human body commonly occurs during puberty, and therefore, is often seen as a symbol of adulthood, removal of this and other hair may become fashionable in some cultures and subcultures. In many modern Western cultures, men currently are encouraged to shave their beards, and women are encouraged to remove hair growth on various areas. Commonly depilated areas for women are the underarms, legs, and Pubic hair. Some individuals depilate the forearms. In recent years, bodily depilation in men has increased in popularity among some subcultures of Western males.[9]

Some formulas are meant to work on specific types of hair, such as coarse hair rather than fuzzy hairs. The fine, light hairs on your skin shouldn’t be removed, so it’s good to get a cream that won’t take those off while it works on your unwanted hairs. If you want to try this method, it’s a good idea to look for a cream that also includes a moisturizer to help nourish and protect your skin while the harsher ingredients remove hairs.


“I have just returned from a dermatology appointment with my doctor, and was yet again complimented on my reconstruction. I don’t know if I have communicated this, but every MD, PA, tech, etc, I see wants to know who did my reconstruction. I mean everyone! Honestly, I have come to expect the compliment, ha! My doctor even said, “Believe me, I’ve seen a lot of reconstruction, and this is up there with the best.”…Go to all

There’s actually quite the difference between the two Philips epilators. Yours is corded, the Philips 6520 is cordless and wet & dry. The tweezers seem to be a bit different although I’m pretty sure they have the same number of tweezers, they have different designs, and the 6520 comes with a massage attachment. The 6420 doesn’t come with any attachments.
All patients must have a consultation prior to the procedure. A general medical questionnaire on the nature of their skin and consent forms must be completed before the procedure can take place. Patients will be tested to properly evaluate the correct settings for their skin condition and skin type. These actions will then be stored in the patient’s chart for future reference.
Please remember the goal is not to have the burning smell of the hair, but for the laser to penetrate to the darker pigment of the hair shaft. In fact, from what I understand, the light travels through the skin to the hair bulb where the highest concentration of Melanin is – the light does not travel “through” the hair shaft. It is best to shave, as per the instructions. The IPL works below the skin and is still effective when the hairs are not visible.
To be clear, Olay also makes a fine hair version, but most creams will remove that. We thought it best to feature this edition since there are fewer products that work on thick hair. The “duo” part comes from the skin-guarding balm that is paired with the hair remover. The balm is not an optional step, but an intricate part of the removal process. It is applied before the removal cream to prevent burning and irritation. The treatment time is 8 minutes, but that’s not bad considering you have to put on the balm beforehand.
Unique, patented epilation system – as with all Philips epilation devices, the tweezers actually lift and gather up the hair, bringing them towards the catching point of the tweezers where they are pulled out. This patented design, along with the round ceramic discs means you get a closer epilation for longer-lasting results while being gentle on your skin.
Also, it’s of utmost importance to find cream suitable for your skin type. Think about your skin’s sensitivity and where you plan to use the cream. It’s also important to examine the area for cuts, scrapes, irritated skin, moles, sunburn, etc. before you apply the cream. This will minimize your chances of developing a rash or chemical burn. Let your skin heal before applying hair removal cream to those areas.

Which is your preference between the Panasonic ES-ED90-P and the cordless wet/dry Braun models (7 or 9 series)? What I know I want: a shaver and trimmer cap (for bikini area trimming). I *think* I want cordless for wet/dry usage, but that can only be guessed at. Also, what are efficiency caps for and does this Panasonic model come with any – I see some type of accessory pictured that I didn’t see mentioned in the review – is that an efficiency cap for the Panasonic?
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This story is just a straight news writeup. It's not about how Glossier makeup is just prettily packaged water, designed only for people who already have perfect skin! Whatever!Anyway, for this strictly news announcement, I'm delighted to inform you that Glossier is finally expanding its foundation and concealer shade range for the first time since…
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I have PCOS and am looking at removing upper lip and chin hair since with the syndrome it grows in excess. I would also like to use it for my legs. I would also like to get something I could use on my husband, he is wanting to get rid of full back, neck and some chest hair. I was wondering what you would suggest since I want to use it for both. We both have dark hair and tan very easily, but have not been tan in those areas for many months, my husband wore a shirt almost all of last summer and I wore a lot of sun screen and hats when out in the sun. He had also said he would like to get rid of some facial hair, on his neck and on the upper area of his cheek where he gets really bad razor burn.

Facial hair removal creams work by weakening the hair until it can be wiped off. Many creams also have hair retardants which slow the growth of new facial hair. It takes 5-8 minutes for most creams to work. While creams are less messy than sugar waxes, we have included a few sugar waxes in this collection because their simplicity makes them more akin to creams than your typical waxing. These products can be used on your face, and even other areas of your body and won’t cost a fortune!
In addition to the hand-held device, this complete 4-in-1 system gives you the epilator head, a shaver-head and trimmer cap, a deep exfoliation brush, a gentle exfoliation brush, a deep body massage head, as well as two protection caps, an efficiency cap and a precision cap. It also has a charging stand, power cord and a cleaning brush. And you don’t need to be worried about losing any of these parts because it also comes with a bag to keep it all in!
Thanks so much for the wonderful review, it has helped me immensely with trying to make my final decision as to which in home laser/ iPL system is right for me. I am so nervous at forking out a bunch of money for little or no results. I have fair skin and a mixture of light brown and blonde hair on my body, which one do you think will work best for me? Thanks so much!
As the pads claimed they were suitable for all body parts, I decided to be brave and after spending ages on my legs, I tried my bikini line. I instantly wished I hadn’t. This is because in the moment I was using the mitt in that area, it appears fine. But about 25 minutes later I’d built up a big red dimply rash that left me looking like a tomato for ages, causing me to almost scrape me eyes out as I rubbed tears of frustration from my face with the same exfoliating mitt that I mistook as my hand.

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