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Old 02-21-2008, 06:27 PM   #1
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brujita726 HB User
Hair all over

hello everyone i really hope somene can help me
im a female and i have alot of dark hair all over my body
its really nasty, and i wnat to take it all off
but dont know how
what can i do?
im going to get married soon and my oyfriend dosent know
im afraid i wont want to be with me <BECAUSE> of that
can someone tell me if they are goinf threw the same problem
o if they can help me =(

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Old 02-23-2008, 12:27 PM   #2
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Re: Hair all over

When you say all over your body does that include your face as well? As for a solution i think you should go to your dermatologist for advice on getting laser hair removal.

Old 02-29-2008, 08:07 PM   #3
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Audrey11 HB User
Re: Hair all over

I've got the same problem. Waxing will start to thin it but I would only do this professionally. Don't start shaving it'll just become coarse and thicker and way worse.
Laser hair removal is the way to go! It's expensive but you'd be surprised about how you can talk prices down.
You will feel sooooo much better once you start tackling the problem. It stinks but there is a solution!

Old 03-02-2008, 05:41 PM   #4
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Shaving will leave you bumpy with stubble thatll look darker and thicker.

Waxing is a good solution if laser hair removal is too expensive for you. As if grows in, some hair will appear lighter, and it won't be bumby and stubbly like shaving. I looove Parissa products. Their warm wax works really well on the body and their strip free wax is good for face. (although you need to be very careful, do a test area first, and dont pull it off too fast.. you could rip your skin! ouch..)

ideally you SHOULD GET IT DONE BY A PROFRESSIONAL at a skin care spa, by someone with experience. And if its something you like, then at home products could be considered if you can't afford the spa every time

good luck :]

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