I have tried so many things minus that blend machine lluv2zap is talking about. You bet would love to know the name of that so I can put an end to whatever will be left after this Flash N Go. If I thought it was a waste of money, I would have never purchased the 2nd cartridge. I am not lying when I say my face and body are 80% done, still I want 100%. I was using epilators since the Braun Silk-Epil first came out. Sure, it did a great job, but I was at it every single day. If I saw one hair anywhere, I did my entire body.
What was the last straw with the epilators is the fact I was spending an hour or two every single day to remove all my body hair and was absolutely useless for my face and neck. I bought this Emjoi Emagine with the dual opposed rotating tweezers and had nothing but problems with it. I thought my Silk-Epil 7 was shot so I bought that one. All I had to do was just clean the 7 real good and still works great, but I do not want to do that anymore as too many strays get left behind and on my chest was absolutely awful looking. The Flash N Go has made that area look real nice again and I had zero problem going shirtless this year!
So, yes you can bet I do sing some praises on the Flash N Go, since not only has it knocked out 80% of my face and body hair, it has also made some rough skin areas look much better. See, my body hair was always very itchy, therefore a single mosquito bite could have me stratching severely for days on end, creating sores. So, when I thought about the laser deal and how many skin corrections are done with it, I figured the added benefit of trying to permanently destroy the hair would also fix some of these unsightly sore scars. I was correct, so yes I do love the results since have been killing two birds with one Flash N Go machine!
Still, I am seeing a problem from my elbows to halfway to my wrists where fine hairs just keep coming back. I have light hairs left on and under my chin, neck. Sideburns some darks left, very few darks left for mustache. I will bet will be light ones left in many areas and I want them gone. If I was able to afford going to school, you bet I would go in for Electrology! I think it is awesome. The idea of helping someone rid themselves of hairs that bother them would be the greatest thing in the world.
See, when I was younger in my 20’s I saw an ad with Carol Block that would train people to become Electrolysists. I promptly made the call and was told men do not do that profession. Of course that is back in the 80’s and I know times have changed. In fact, I get less people staring at this choice of mine to be hairless and just accepting me for who I am. Is also awesome others out there have the same concerns and hatred for facial and body hair. I am not alone anymore!!! I used to feel embarrassed about all this, but no more. Why should I be, right?
The main fact now is how much more comfortable I am in clothes these days. The fact I hardly itch anymore and scratch myself to bleeding and sores is completely awesome. If I would have had the money I would have scheduled myself for electrolysis back in my 20’s and been done for years. I know it works cause I have seen many women has been done for and wow does it look great.
I absolutely love the looks on my own body these days. My arms and legs are still manly, just a lot lot less hair. So great society is coming to an acceptance of all this and not looking down on us straight guys that hate facial and body hair. I have welcomed that change for a very long time.