- April 9, 2019 at 6:49 pm #33352
What is the surest method PERMANENT hair removal? Costs, time-frame?
- April 14, 2019 at 4:03 am #33448
Ok, I’ve been doing a little digging online and comparisons, and am thinking about the Tria 4X Laser.
It claims to be the only FDA approved home lazer treatment system, the reviews are mostly quite strong and at a $500 price point, it could save me thousands of dollars.
The other thing I liked was the 60 day money back guarantee… give me time to assess its usefulness.
- April 13, 2019 at 5:05 pm #33439Michelle LarsenParticipantFREE
Well, I started out with laser, but with greying hair it doesn’t work so well. I start electrolysis in a few weeks. Like Shakespeare said, “out damn hair. out”. The last thing I want is a date to be repulsed when he kisses me and feels stubble. That is just gross. Hugs, Michelle
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- April 13, 2019 at 11:22 am #33435TraceeParticipantSILVER
Haven’t tried Electrolysis because Laser worked for me. $130.00 and . I have not had to buy a bulb yet, I purchased a 600,000 flash devise. If properly done and you use patience and don’t skip an application date. ( Buy the soothing cream,) it’s so worth it
- April 13, 2019 at 11:26 am #33436
Thanks, Tracee. I didn’t realize that you could buy a home lazer unit. Where did you find it?
- April 11, 2019 at 3:23 am #33382
Thanks Cloe. I’ve spoken to both camps, too and am still unsure. In a strange twist, I actually had a woman who does Electrolysis recommend I begin with laser, and then come to her when the hair was growing back.
I’m going to start with one area and see how it goes, I think. The costs seem quite daunting.
- April 10, 2019 at 10:20 pm #33377Cloe (CC) WebbManaging AmbassadorMANAGING AMBASSADOR
The only FDA recognized form of permanent removal is electrolysis. I’ve heard some say they get perm results from laser, but I’ve heard the opposite from others. For electrolysis I’ve heard anywhere from $55/hr to $150/hr. It really depends on where you live. Time frame has a lot of variables. How often you go, how many hours when you do, beard thickness (assuming face here), size of area to remove.
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