My recent English patient (Winchester) just turned 20 year old. He’ll be returning on Tuesday and I will post our success thus far (with electrolysis). (Not transgendered, just a hair ball. Well, not any more.)
“Funnily” enough, when he contacted me, he said he was twenty-four; he was really nineteen. Indeed, without seeing him, I would have recommended waiting a few years until “all the hairs have grow in.” And, I would have been WRONG!
Looking at him, I observed that all possible hairs had, indeed, grown in. Even the smaller ones were “electrolysis worthy” and treatable. Once done with electrolysis, this will be a “done deal” forever. (The client said his hairs began to grow in at age thirteen.)
The point is that YES age is a factor … but not always. Some 40-year-olds are still growing new hairs, and this 20-year-old has a fully developed hair pattern everywhere on his face and body. Age alone is not always the only factor.
If you have hairs that are bothering you, they’re probably big enough to be zapped. “Stay tuned.”