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Posted by Renee
on November 09, 2000 at 15:52:21:
In Reply to: permanent hair removal posted by need help on November 07, 2000 at 23:54:38:
: i come from a hairy background. i am a woman and i would like to get rid of the hair on my body and face permanently. i have a fear my husband will leave me. please help me if u know of a cheap good way to get rid of facial and body hair. i have tan olive skin and ive heard laser is not good for darker skin tones. someone please help me.
Hello need help:
A permanent hair removal system has not totally been confirmed yet because some of the lasers are too new to tell, but some lasers are showing promising results.
There are a couple lasers out there that are supposed to be really good (the Lightsheer Diode Laser and the Alexandrite Candela one). You can find out more about these lasers and others at www.lasertraining.com/ under the laser library section. Or do a search using google.com.
These lasers are expensive and will require several sessions (4-8 or more). A cheaper alternative and something that would be good for your skin tone would be to go to a Epilight Center. They will charge you one price (not cheap) for unlimited use up to a year, but it is alot cheaper than using the laser for individual session. The epilight is similar to a laser,but uses only the light from the laser and has a broader wavelength spectrum to choose from for different skin types. I don't know if a Epilight Center would be in your area though.
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