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  • Originally posted by TimelyRain View Post
    I just asked because I wondered which was better to use. I've only used the strips before, is the tub of wax any better? Or are strips better
    Well my wife used to use the wax and strips. Now it's just this new product with just the wax only. But when wife is done its 6 to 8 weeks of smoothness and she knows I love it a lot lol.
    When out driving always turn left. Then, should you become lost, you can find your way home by reversing the procedure and always turning right.

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    • I like the strips better... Don't wanna mess with a jug of hot wax..

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      • If you want a long lasting hair removal technique, then according to me you should opt for laser hair removal treatment. Most of the patients experienced a permanent hair loss after an average of 3 to 7 sessions.

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        • Not sure how relevant this is now but if anyone is interested then a friend of mine had laser hair removal treatment and after 4 sessions the hair was removed permanently! It's expensive but worth it in my opinion.

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          • I am one of the lucky ones and have found when I shave it lasts two to three days. I don't use wax or hair removal creams: I just stick to razors. It is quick & convenient. However, I do understand how annoying it is with hair re-growth. Waxing is a great idea. I'd use strips, if I had to use wax.

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            • I use the stripes to remove my hair, like since i was teenager.. During that period, my hair got much thinner and lighter

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              • And regarding the topic of body hair removal, could anyone decsribe advantages and disadvantages of removing hair from their arms, judging by their own experience or experience of someone you know?

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                • waxing, Shaving, threading, tweezing, depilatories, lasers - there is all kinds of technique. It depends on the part of body, how much hair there is, and how coarse or dark the hair is. And I suppose, to a lesser extent, how much money you want to spend.

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                  • My g/f has tried 'em all: laser, waxing, creams, & shaving. She's back where she has started: Fusion. It's fastest and most convenient. It takes her about two minutes to shave her legs and underarms. Admittedly, she doesn't touch the top of her pubic area. She doesn't wear tiny bikinis. She does wear very short shorts.

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                    • Are women still removing all of their body hair? I thought that that fad was over.

                      I did see a woman in the gym the other day with her forearm hair removed. That was the first time I had seen that in a long time.

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                      • Originally posted by caroline
                        Laser hair removal is an effective way to remove hair permanently.
                        Make sure that you want hair permanently removed.

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                        • My g/f appreciates that I don't care if she shaves. She rarely goes a long time w/o shaving. She usually keeps her bush trimmed and groomed, but I've seen it otherwise. I've never said a thing to her about her grooming habits. How she grooms is her business. But when it has been in need of work, she'll usually get around to trimming and shaving her bikini area.

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                          • Electrolysis is a good and effective way of removing body hair.
                            u can buy such of them from amazon
                            i dont know if thats too much for you
                            but it is really effective one
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                            • I also remove my forearm hair. I hate having hairy arms. Before I started shaving my arms the hair was thick & black like a werewolf: really. This seems funny but it looked awful. So I shave my forearms 3 to 4 times a week. I like having bare arms and shaving has saved me a lot of embarrassment.

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                              • When you consider methods such as electolyis and laser hair removal, you have to remember that hair growth has cycles and periods where some hair follicles are active and some are not. So the active ones, the ones currently growing hair, and the ones these methods target. This is why you have to go back more than once, because the previously dormant ones wake up and begin growing hair.

                                That being said, many people I know have had success with Cutera's excel HR laser at their dermatologist's office.
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