Laser Hair Removal Reviews
For those of you that are interested in Laser Hair Removal (our detailed report on this procedure can be found here) we feel it’s quite necessary to read a few real reviews so as to choose responsibly. So we are presenting a few honest testimonials we’ve received in our email box:
I’ve gone for Laser Hair Removal on my legs, since my hair there was always thick and persistent, so I had to shave them time and again. The procedure was brisk (about 30-40 minutes long) and the clinic staff (including the doctor) were very congenial. But I have to admit that the operation itself was not at all painless, although it is advertised like that. Luckily though, the pain didn’t last for long, or at least it could be felt more like burning after a while rather than described as pure discomfort. Now it’s just 2 days after that first session and my legs have a pleasantly soft touch, which definitely is a huge step forward compared to the situation that I was used to. Yet, they are a tad bumpy, but that’s what they always were. I am positive that things will pick up even more in the following days. After all, in 20 days’ time, I’m having my second session!
Tiny update: It’s 4 days now post-op and my skin has come into an even smoother touch! I’m truly excited, and my enthusiasm isn’t going to be spoiled by the slight sensitivity that has emerged. So, Laser Hair Removal is definitely recommended by me!
I had my first session 15 days ago and I’m currently preparing for the second one, which is scheduled for Saturday. Roughly speaking, I am satisfied with my choice: it didn’t hurt me too much, itchiness was negligible, burning was also minor, no bumps and irregularities popped up and, most crucially, my hair growth seems to have abated significantly. I don’t want to be too fired up, because I prefer to be coolheaded rather than be let down afterwards, but it’s almost unquestioned that the method has delivered some noticeable results. After all, I haven’t been shaved for almost two weeks now and my hair is definitely not growing the rate it used to before the treatment. So, keep your fingers crossed for me!
A couple of Laser Hair Removal sessions and I’m already euphoric and overjoyed by the (provisional? – hope not!) results. I believe that I’ve got every reason to be like that. The last time I visited the clinic was a week ago and the facts are telling! My hair has been growing massively slower all these days, and that’s not just contemplating because I’ve been actually keeping a photo record of my legs area and my husband showed the same degree of exhilaration when I got him to compare those before & after photos. Another treatment is now in the offing, so I can’t sit tight, especially when considering that the operation isn’t hurtful (I almost enjoy it) and I get no itchiness or redness after it. Now, I’m going to shave my legs. Don’t get baffled by that! I’ve been guided to do so since my doctor says that will speed up exfoliation.
Being tired of shaving my armpits over and over again (and still having to deal with that smoky shading), I decided to try on laser hair removal. My initiatory experience was short and trouble-free (apart from some burning, which they assured me that is perfectly normal), so I felt unburdened in that sense, since I was quite jittery before arriving at the clinic. Fortunately, my second session was equally uncomplicated and quickie. It’s been 5 weeks since the last treatment and my hair growth has toned down to a great extent; also, my hairs have tapered off, so it’s looking good so far. There are at least two more sessions to go, which I’m definitely going to have as the method is quite affordable, even for those who are habitually close-fisted!
I knew my expectations were high before going on to try this method, but that’s not an excuse for the shoddy results. Anyway, first things first: My hair is thick like fur and it stretches out from my shoulders and back down to my buttocks. What I had been looking for was a progressive hair elimination so as to get a “fading” effect (you know, hair that gets gradually more evident as someone’s eye scans down my back). Well, as you might have guessed, I got nothing like that! Instead, not only did I have to come up against a discernible line in my waistline (hair was evident from that line downwards) but I also got small colorful dots all over my back! Anyway, the doctor simmered me down and promised me that both redness and the spots will ease off in due course – plus, we ‘re going to achieve that gradual hair removal during the next sessions. All I can do now is hope that things will be sorted out; at least, the procedure isn’t painful at all, and no damage has been made to my skin.