I appreciate the wealth of collective knowledge on this forum (boy am I glad for it!). I’m overwhelmed, though, having searched and skimmed the forum to the point of utter confusion.
I’m thinking of moving from my current regime (waxing/shaving/tweezing/crying>apathy>hairfullness) to a less impermanent method. (Not disqualifying electrolysis, either, if anyone here can speak to that too.)
Can anyone tell me whether [and what kind of] laser would be appropriate for very pale, pinkish, !extremely! sensitive skin (prone to scarring) with long, fine, brown hairs?
As for distribution: fairly dense and dark on the arms, and slightly shorter and paler elsewhere – shoulders, neck, back, stomach, breasts, and face, of course. (Kind of a downy pelt, really, but less cute, since I’m bipedal. ANYWAY…)
I’d greatly appreciate any advice… thank you, in advance.
edited to add: Also – this has been a problem for me with waxing, as well – when working on the arms, stopping between the upper arm and shoulder produces an artificial-looking line. Is there a way that laser therapy could stagger or zig-zag there, to create a less obvious demarcation?
Thank you again.