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    **Sandra Davis** Female

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    Permanent hair removal is probably not a good option. The inconvenience of shaving probably does not outweigh the inconvenience, pain, and cost of permanent hair removal through electrolysis, which is done one hair at a time, with a per-hair cost that isn't cheap. I heard $50. Multiply that by at least 1 million if you want all of it gone.

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    There are a lot of gadgets out there for ladies to remove hair on their faces, legs, etc. Shaving although it is quick, it sure doesn't last at all. Gadgets such as No No and there are lots of others to use, work really well and last a long time. Eventually, you can go for months without a touchup.

    I haven't heard of electrolysis costing $50 per hair. It normally runs between $40 to $60 per session which is approximately 30 minutes. It is still expensive though.

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    You can also consider permanent home ipl hair removal stuffs like VISS, myespil or E-one.

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    laser hair removal is the only method for permanant hair removal

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    **Ziesha Shey** Female

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    Its so simple...do laser hair removal

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    **bagavathi** Female

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    wat do u think abt electrolysis treatment how much ll it cost

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    **bob smith** Male

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    Of course it is possible via laser medical treatment. Now a day it has become very easy to remove all the facial hair permanently by laser medical treatment. Laser Procedure is very easy and safe.

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    **Suruchi Puri** Female

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    Turmeric: except being suitable for one's complexion turmeric has antibacterial results. ...
    For the masks. Make a fluid paste by means of soaking turmeric powder in water, apply to the facial vicinity where you've got extra hair and go away on for a couple of minutes. ...
    Gram flour. ...
    For the masks. ...
    Egg. ...
    For the masks.
    With the follicles damaged, they cannot sprout new hairs. But, even electrolysis isn't always a hundred% permanent. ... That manner, the laser will burn away the hair over again. As for the alternative hair removal methods (waxing, tweezing, shaving, sugaring, threading, and many others.), the hair elimination does not ultimate anywhere near as lengthy.

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    **Illeana Fernandes** Female

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    You can a get laser treatment done, eventually it may reduce the growth of the hairs on your face.


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