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    I am getting some big hairs at my arms and shoulders. They grow fast, are stronger and black than usual. Which feel me very bad sometimes, when they show up on my shoulders and peoples look on them. Any Solution and suggestion to remove them permanently ?

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    hello, My bro have the same problem but now he just go through with laser treatment and now he looks cool and amazing ..!!

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    • #3
      I finish my laser sessions too and my brother started to do his shoulders. I am very happy at the moment I did laser hair removal because I feel much better now then I felt after every three weeks waxing.
      Last edited by jns; 03-09-2017, 11:20 PM. Reason: Outbound links are not allowed.

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      • #4
        I would have thick hair on my arms, too, but I shave my forearms. There is the idea that shaving makes the hair grow thicker but I have not found this. I do have to shave my arms every few days, though. Still, it is quick and easy, and as I shower daily, there is no problem doing so. Anyhow, if you didn't like shaving a hair removing cream would be ideal. It'd be nice to get the hair removed for good but I doubt that will happen. You could even wax your arms. That's what I'd do, anyhow.

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        • #5
          You should try safe way to remove hair such as some natural home remedies.

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          • #6
            My friend also faces this problem unwanted hair on the body. But with the help of natural remedies, he removes all his hairs. The natural way to remove unwanted hair on the body.

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            • #7
              Now, it is easy to remove unwanted hair. You can say goodbye to unwanted hair growth on all body parts including: upper lip, cheeks, chin, neck, breasts, stomach, arms, shoulders, bikini areas, legs and back. Elos technology equipment at LIfeScape Premier uses combined energies to effectively and gently remove hair of many colors and types from all skin tones. Best results are seen by coming in bi-monthly over the course of one year. Depending on consistency and hair growth patterns an average of 6-12 treatments is typical for 80% reduction in an area.

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              • #8
                For this i suggest you to go for laser treatment .If you wish to know about the laser procedure, contact the world-renowned Dubai Cosmetic Surgery clinic, which qualifies in providing best laser treatment services! for free consultation and for more details visit website.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bellalovbarista View Post
                  I am getting some big hairs at my arms and shoulders. They grow fast, are stronger and black than usual. Which feel me very bad sometimes, when they show up on my shoulders and peoples look on them. Any Solution and suggestion to remove them permanently ?
                  I posted the following to a poster on another thread:


                  My advice is to contact a dermatologist from highly regarded training hospital such as Johns-Hopkins or Mayo Clinic. See if a dermatologist from such a medical facility can help you.

                  Your condition might be covered by medical insurance because it seems it would impede your quality of life and ability to work.

                  I sincerely wish you the best.

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                  • #10
                    Hi Caroline,

                    I'm sure that Dubai Cosmetic Surgery Clinic is excellent.

                    Here's what I've learned from too many orthopedic surgeries: ask as many specialists, in this case dermatologists, whom they'd see if they had OP's identical condition. If one physician's name is mentioned most often by other dermatologists, I'd make an appointment to she her or him.

                    BTW, for some reason, most dermatologists deem to be women.

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                    • #11
                      I just use tweezers so they take a lot longer to grow. Doing it on your nips is pretty painful though lol.

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