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    Posted: June 14 2012 at 4:29am
I get a lot of razor bumps on my legs and so I
want to try laser hair removal to see if that will fix my problem.  I know
it won't be cheap, but what is the Cost of laser hair removal?  Is there any
way to tell how many laser hair treatments I will probably need before committing
to several treatments up front?





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I think laser hair removal can be as much as a thousand dollars per area, but I often see deals on the daily deal sites for a fraction of the cost.
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It depends on the sessions that you do. I don't know how your hair growth is. But I know one thing, that laser hair removal is one the best option .





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<> Depends on what you exactly want to buy, If you want to have an execellent result i would suggest you to buy an IPL machine. Its very cost-effective and safe.

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I have never had laser done but I know friends who have. I think it depends on where you go to have it done, how many treatments you need ect. I know that it is rather expensive and it depends on what part of the body you are having done; smaller areas like under your arms are cheaper, larger areas like entire arms and legs will cost more. The amount of treatments you need may also depend on your hair thickness and growth rate, some people may need more treatments to get rid of the hair permanently than others. Prices also vary by clinic so you may have to shop around for a reputable yet affordable place. My friend had treatments for her underarms over several months and it cost about $100 dollars per treatment at the place she went to.

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Few months ago I did laser hair removal on my cheeks and chin. The hair removal was impressive, but now new hairs reappearing. And not just peach fuzz, but dark coarse hairs.
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If you want a cheaper laser hair removal get the actual device where you can do it yourself. Silk'n Flash&Go is a great one that I've been using and it works the best for me so far. No stubs, no ingrown hairs and I'm already seeing great results after using it for several weeks now. It's painless too! Definitely worth the money in my opinion.
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Go for a good quality device because it can harm you if taken in wrong way!!!
So take care with that!!!
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Be sure to do your research before you decide. That is always the best plan of all.

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The cost of laser hair removal varies in different clinics, it depends upon the machine which dermatologist are using. It also varies for different packages, like some packages consist of 8 sessions and some consist 10 sessions.




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as a thousand dollars per area, but I often see deals on the daily deal sites for a fraction of the cost.




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Definitely it is one of the costly ways to treat your hair, however sometimes depends upon the machine which dermatologist will use.
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The series of treatments would cost between $1,716 and $2,574.
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