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    Paula Hess
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    Registered On: January 8, 2021
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    Just wondering what everyone does or recommends for removing body hair?

    shave, laser, waxing Β or hair removal cream?

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    • #477952
      Rayna (was Dala) Carlian
      Duchess
      Registered On: March 4, 2020
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      I shave mostly but wax on occasion…Tend to shave everything off below my eyebrows. πŸ˜‰

      xoxo

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    • #477537
      Rachael Winters
      Lady
      Registered On: July 10, 2020
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      I use the long handle “Back Blade” for shaving back, buttockΒ  and other hard to reach body areas.Β  Not perfect but does an adequate job.Β  Β Nair on legs, arms, genital area.Β  Shave face and upper chest.

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    • #477534
      Alana Teal
      Lady
      Registered On: June 9, 2020
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      Waxing. I just got everything from my belly button down waxed. Full Brazilian, legs and feet. Oh yeah, my hands too. I love the smooth feeling and sensitivity. The girl talk during my appointment was fabulous too.

       

      Alana

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    • #477531
      Harietta
      Lady
      Registered On: December 13, 2016
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      Although I love look I don’t like the commitment of daily shaving my arms. So I use a groomer to trim them to a much shorter length. Very few GG’s have shaved forearms.

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    • #477366
      Regine Rich
      Princess
      Registered On: October 9, 2020
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      I epilate everything but my face, after a few times it’s not bad
      Laser and IPL do not work on light or grey hair.
      Hugs, Regi👩💕

    • #477314
      Kayla Olson
      Lady
      Registered On: June 15, 2020
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      Primarily use shaving and cream.

      Saving up for full body laser and electrolysis.

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      • #477542
        Rachael Winters
        Lady
        Registered On: July 10, 2020
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        The podcast by Sydney Lovekiss, states she had spent $7,000.00 on full body laser hair removal.Β  Estimate a year or two for completion.Β  Β She also warns of permanent sun damage to lasered skin if not careful.

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        • #477771
          Paula Hess
          Lady
          Registered On: January 8, 2021
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          Thank you I will watch the podcast

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          Kayla Olson
          Lady
          Registered On: June 15, 2020
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          I saw the podcast as well and am preparing to make the tie and financial commitment. I have precautions in place to avoid sun damage. Thorough preparation is the key before taking a major such as this.

          Thanks for the heads up, Rachael.

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    • #477261
      Sharon
      Lady
      Registered On: July 27, 2020
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      I mainly use an epilator, and only use a body groomer for the more sensitive areas

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    • #477256
      Samantha Roarke
      Ambassador
      Registered On: April 17, 2019
      Topics: 47
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      Pros and cons:

      Professional Laser: High price but very effective process

      Razor: Cheap and easy, but not a permanent solution. Start with your face first use a fresh razor when shaving your face. Shaving cream is a plus for a close shave. Legs and other body parts

      Chemical hair removal: A chemical depilatory is a cosmetic preparation used to remove hair from the skin. Common active ingredients are salts of thioglycolic acid and thiolactic acids. These compounds break the disulfide bonds in keratin and also hydrolyze the hair so that it is easily removed.

      Tweezing: For eyebrows or pesky little wild hairs here and there. Remember buy a nice pair of tweezers.

      Waxing: Long term but not permanent. Painful for some. Waxing last anywhere from three to six weeks depending on your hair type.

      Electrolysis: painful, slow but permanently kills hair follicles. At some point after a fair amount of laser treatment one will have to tidy up with electrolysis

      Epilator: device used to remove hair by mechanically grasping multiple hairs simultaneously and pulling them out! Sounds fun!

      ILP: is a broad-spectrum light that’s scattered across the skin to help with permanent hair reduction. It directs light at the melanin (the pigment that gives the skin/hair its colour) in the hair follicle, damaging the root and helping to break the cycle of regrowth. Don’t expect instant results, but with regular use, it can help prevent unwanted hair from reaching the skin surface. Energy, frequency, skin and hair colour are all determining factors in the efficacy of the treatment.
      Most of the best IPL hair removal devices are suitable for the body and face. They work by gliding or stamping the device over skin, emitting light as they go. Gliding is convenient for larger surface areas of the body (such as your legs). Stamping (pressing onto the area) is better for smaller areas where you need to be more precise.

    • #477194
      Michelle Trott
      Duchess
      Registered On: April 7, 2021
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      Cream and a razer for me too.Β  I do find if I keep up with it…I do it daily.Β  It is not much of a challenge. But I hate my facial hair. That is a challenge.

    • #477189
      Grace Scarlett
      Baroness - Annual
      Registered On: February 16, 2021
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      Hi Paula…

      Shaving and cream…

      One or the other just about covers it….

      or uncovers it!!

      Grace x

       

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    • #477178
      Eva Kelly
      Duchess
      Registered On: March 1, 2021
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      I use an epilator. It pulls the hair out. The hair on my body is thin and fine so I can tolerate the pain.

      Eva

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