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First, the good news: These pads actually do "buff" away unwanted hair. The pads look like pink plastic thingies with a strap on one side that secures your hand, and something that resembles very fine sandpaper on the other side. As the salesperson demonstrated, you make super fast, super small rotations with the pad in one direction about 5 or 6 times while applying moderate pressure to your skin, then reverse direction and repeat. Skin look ashy, as do the pads (similar to when you're filing your nails.) When you brush away the dead skin, you notice your skin is extremely smooth and indeed, hair free! There is absolutely no irritation and the exfoliation that goes on with those pads left my legs smoother than they had ever felt. Unlike after shaving, I was able to apply lotion immediately following the hair removal without any stinging or discomfort.
First, I would recommend a package redesign. Preferably a clear squeezable tube so that you can determine how much product you have left. It took about 50 turns of the end cap for the product to finally get to the brush. I was about to send it back thinking it was defective. It took two applications to remove my mustache hair. The best thing I liked about it, is it was painless and prefer it over waxing.
The Remington also has a special feature which allows you to determine if your skin is compatible with it. It promises to provide effective results in only three sessions, which is certainly an attractive thing about the Remington. Because you can use the machine while it's plugged in, you don't have to worry about taking time to charge it while trying to remove your hair. We know how time-consuming it can be, so we love how easy it is to use the Remington.
By my third appointment I begin to see a real difference. The laser picks up a lot more “energy” as Dr. Weiser says, and I find the whole experience far less painful. For several days following each treatment, I have a series of small red bumps on my legs and this actually elates me because I know it means that the laser has picked up that follicle and when the redness dies down that spot will be hair-free for life—a delightful thought as summer, and a season of confidently wearing my favorite Isabel Marant silk-chiffon miniskirt, begins.
EPEN My thoughts on the Verseo ePen are best represented in a Good News/Bad News scenario. First, the Good News: It really works. It’s affordable. It’s mostly painless. And now the Bad News: I said its MOSTLY painless…until you get to the stray inactive hair. Also, it takes some time and requires manual plucking on occasion. So all in all, a decent product but I guess it could be better. I’d recommend it, but with reservations.
Features:A very cute little thing, security, not to hurt the skin.Double-sided design with different functional.One side pink can ...remove unwanted hair even disordered or fine hair.The other side green can smooth skin or eliminate aged or thick cutin of body and joints.It can be reused, after washing with water can be dirty. Do not use alkaline solvent cleaning, affect the results drops.Description:Suitable for face, armpit, arm and leg.Skin-friendly foam material, very soft, remove body hair without pain drops, need parents who patiently polished (circles) can listen to music while watching TV while grinding , normal is 5-10 minutes polished look in the same position can be removed body hair.The principle is that the first ground, go hair, put an end to direct shaving leaving the new long-haired long thicken hard!Specifications:Color: Green & Pink & YellowShape: RoundMaterial: SpongeAge Group: AdultsSize: 70*70*25mmPackage Include:1 x Hair Removal SpongeNotes:Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. We guarantee the style is the same as shown in the pictures. read more
I am a man and I want some permanent hair removal in my back, chest and arms. I have seen the tria 4x which seems to be quite effective and has permanent results. However, it is expensive and has a small head. My main worry is that 90K pulses wouldnt be enough for what I want to do. I have also heard of the Remington IPL6500 which shouldnt have these problems but I am unsure of how permanent the results are. Do you have any idea on this?
Using the Tria Hair Removal Laser as directed for at least 8 treatments, most users will achieve a substantial visible reduction in hair regrowth, and additional treatments may result in additional reductions. Depending on skin tone, hair color, body part, treatment level, and other factors, individual results from laser hair removal may range from complete reduction to little or no reduction.

IPL is all about long-term hair reduction. As Dr Stefanie explained to us: “It essentially utilises high-energy light to achieve long-term hair reduction. It works by progressively reducing the re-growth of hair by applying gentle pulses of light to heat to the hair root (i.e. hair follicle). This puts the hair into a resting phase. Existing hair then sheds naturally and regrowth is greatly slowed down. Application is incredibly straightforward, you simply treat the desired area of the body every two weeks for an eight week period, to reduce hair growth by up to 92 per cent.  After the initial phase, you treat every six to eight weeks to maintain the results”. As to be expected, results do vary with each person.

The review: “I bought this laser a few weeks ago. It’s amazing. It really works. I was sceptical but it worked on my chin and jawline from week 1. Larger areas such as legs take a little longer to see results but my hair growth has slowed and can’t wait until they have stopped altogether. This Bare IPL Laser has unlimited flashes so it will never stop working.” LJxo18, Shaver Shop customer

Although there are many temporary treatments, including tweezing, shaving, using depilatory creams and waxing, to remove unwanted hair, patients seeking more permanent and less irritating/painful methods are frequently good candidates for laser hair removal. Through what is a safe and usually painless procedure, hair can be removed from nearly any area of the body (the eye area is an exception because of the possibility of serious eye damage).
If you’re looking for a sustainable, environmentally friendly option, Moom has your (and the Earth’s) back. This product is USDA certified organic, and is made with a long list of natural herbal ingredients. No animal testing was performed here either, of course. Inside the cherry blossom-covered box you’ll find a 6 oz. jar of the hair remover, washable and reusable fabrics strips, and a couple of wooden applicators. The kit had everything we needed, and the soothing formula is kind to sensitive skin. As for handling coarse hair, we found the Moom is so effective, it worked for guys’ hair too.
Thanks for your blog. I’ve the intention of buying one purely for maintenance. I’ve already paid thousand over on lips, underarms and bikini and really don’t want to spend excessive amount for maintenance (as the beautician said i will not get rid of the hairs entirely even after 12 sessions and they had prompted me to purchase more sessions for maintenance which will cost 1500). Hence, getting my own IPL/Laser machine should be a better option as it cost 1/3 the price.
The product works, how well is yet to be seen. I've had professional treatment before and the sensation of this product on the skin feels about the same. Electrolysis is an expensive and timely process, that doesn't even include the driving. I expect that this product will also take time to clear an area. I plan to use this product between salon visits. Here is a helpful tip: Do not tweeze the hair and then touch the product to that area, use the product exactly as the instructions say.
There's no secret here: Old-fashioned shaving is still your best bet. If your leg hair is very coarse and thick, though, a few rounds of laser hair removal can thin it out for more manageable upkeep (you'll probably still need to shave, but not as much or as often). Dr. Bowe's trick for better-looking leg-hair regrowth: Make two passes with the razor in each spot as you move across your leg. The first pass should be in the same direction as the hair growth; then swipe in the opposite direction, against the grain. This gives the hair a pointed tip (as opposed to a blunt, square tip) which will make it appear thinner as it grows back in. Look for a razor like Gillette Venus Swirl ($10, target.com) that swivels over bodily curves so you get a closer shave all over.
We may not be able to put hair growth on hold permanently, but we can extend time in between shaves. Completely Bare's Don't Grow There Body Moisturizer & Hair Inhibitor is an alternative type of hair-removal cream that moisturizes skin and smells amazing. It won't take off hair, but it'll limit growth, so the time between shaving sessions is longer. 
The Remington Lady Remington Smooth and Silky was designed to operate in a similar way to the spring type Epilady, except that a series of metal discs were used instead of a spring. It was the subject of extensive patent litigation in Europe due to a conceptual similarity to the spring type epilator.[5] The UK patent infringement case is known as Improver Corporation v Remington Consumer Product Limited [1990] F.S.R. 181.
The review: “Very happy with my purchase. The epilation head was my main reason for buying and I am so happy with the results of using it. My skin feels and is looking so good since using the cleansing brush. Applying liquid skin care products to my face with the MicroVibration head has certainly improved my skin’s appearance as well.” Jilly, Shaver Shop customer
Great you found the article helpful. Please check out the color charts for the Tria Laser, Silk’n Infinity and Tanda Me. If you think your skin tone is too dark for the Tria then please focus on the Silk’n Infinity or Tanda Me. Sorry we can not be more specific but there is such a wide range of Indonesian skin tone that it is impossible for us to give a definitive answer without more information.
After sugaring for years my hair is too fine to continue this. I really hope an epilator works. Thank you for such a thorough review. After sugaring my hair at three different lengths it’s just not working anymore. There’s no way I’m spending money on a salon either. I’m looking for one that’s really good dry or wet and can handle bikini, armpits, and face areas really well. My legs are pretty tough but the other areas aren’t. I didn’t see noise level ratings on these devices. Do they sound like a man’s beard trimmer? I’m just so glad your site is here. I thought I was doomed to fine hair and shaving is just too irritating.
Thank you for your write-up. It’s really helpful. I just have a couple of questions. I want to buy tria and I was wondering if they need cartriges and where I can find them. Second question is about the numbing cream. Do I need one if I get the tria cooling gel or is this the same thing? And when do I use the anticeptic wipes – before or after? Thank you.
If you start to notice razor burn, it may be due to your clothing. "Tight clothes such as leggings, stockings, and jeans can cause ingrown hair and bumps because it compresses the hair against your body, increasing irritation," explains Grupenmager. "Exfoliating twice during the week or up to two days prior to any form of hair removal will help." Try a body scrub like L'Occitane Almond Exfoliating And Smoothing Delicious Paste ($44, sephora.com). Just be sure to avoid exfoliating directly after you shave, when your skin is most sensitive.
I am now in my 50s and going through the menopause. The hair that is now growing on my chin and cheeks is thick course and mostly black, there is some grey but it is the black ones that concern me. It is very male in texture and if I stopped plucking I would probably have pretty much a beard. So when the products say not to use on male facial hair will they work on my menopausal course hair. I am drawn to the tria but if I splash out on an expensive product would also like to use it on as many parts of my body as I can specifically my under arms, bikini line which I presently epilate.

Hey Tim, I’m not exactly sure which parts you are referring to, but if you are thinking of using it directly on the genitals or near the anus….please DO NOT do that! It’s unsafe! If you are referring to the bikini area it’s OK, even though it can be more painful than other areas so you might want to use a numbing cream before treatment. I personally prefer the Tria for that area as I find it better in terms of precision & spot treatment. Be sure to set it to the lowest level on your first try!
Call us lazy, but after experiencing the many pitfalls of shaving (ingrown hairs, redness, irritation, and speedy re-growth), we’re contemplating alternative methods of hair removal this season. And since professional laser hair removal isn't the most budget-friendly option (initial sessions can cost upwards of $600), we're looking at the next best thing: at-home laser hair removal gadgets.

I wondered what your thoughts were on the Silk’n Infinity 400,000, compared with the Me My Elos Syneron Touch Hair Removal System? I have pale skin (I on the Fitzpatrick Scale) and blonde to light brown hair and wondered which was the better solution for permanent hair removal on face & body…or am I overlooking another product that’d be more suitable?
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.
After using the gentle hair remover cream, you can use the extra care skin conditioning lotion to soothe and moisturize the skin. The kit is also enhanced by collagen and vitamin E to soften and smooth the skin, as well as willow herb and pumpkin seed extracts to reduce the appearance of hair regrowth. Many users found that the vanilla scent is much better than most other hair removal products.
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