PROPER electrolysis care is your best bet to permanently remove this tough hair. It is deep hair. It is also very coarse hair that is androgen driven. It needs to be punched hard. I can imagine what you have and I can see a size 6 probe being used for each and every individual hair using proper levels of intensity and timing in MicroFlash or PicoFlash thermolysis. Blend would work nicely, but the faster modes of thermolysis do, too, so go with the faster way.
You already had work done with a great laser brand. Did you have any shedding at all? Might you have have had new hair follicles come alive after laser reduced most of the follicles that were active when you started? If you are young, then that happens.
Could you go to your profile and type in the signature portion, your age and what you have done so far for the areas you want treated. It is so helpful for us to follow so we don’t have to rummage through 42 posts to see what you are all about. It’s a time saver for us when we try to respond to your unique situation. Please keep the information updated, matt.
James and I can tell you that electrolysis is the sure way to treat your chin, but there is a way to do this that won’t take forever. Some electrologists are on board and know what to do and some are not, preferring to treat small areas for 15 minutes at a time.
My 20 year old son is determined to rid himself of chin and lip hair (he says he doesn’t like to shave - he’s too busy). I have worked on him five times in a period of two years. He has a nice reduction and shaves about once a week. I can pinpoint each hair that I want to take at this point so he gets his wish to not spend time shaving, but he still has some “manly” facial hair. He thinks that electrolysis helped is acne, too. I would say probably, but I also know that he just might have out grown acne.
If you can find a good electrologist that a has a great setup with modern equipment, has re-trained herself/himself, and will work more than 15 minutes on your chin, that would be your best bet to tone down that five o’clock shadow.