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    Posted: July 27 2005 at 3:58am
I am sooo tired of plucking my eyebrows almost every day. Any way I can permanently get rid off the stray hair???  
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Hi there!

I really don't think there is a way!  My friend spend like 40 bucks on this electrolisis machine thing....and it didn't work.  It just left a little red spot. 

I think maybe you can get it surgically or laser ?? I'm not really sure though....I imagine it would be expensive!

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yer laser but it's around $100 you can get a thing that bleaches the hair so you can't see it or there is something else that you can get from supremarkets that kills the hair but you have to do it every few weeks.

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IPL laser hair removal treatment is the solution of your problem at a convenient price. It will give you a permanent solution you will never have to take that pain of plucking every hair.



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I agree with the other posters laser treatments are one of the most popular methods of getting rid of hair permanently but it can be costly.

 

It can be a hassle to pluck your brows, personally I have mine threaded at a spa and recently I learned how to thread them myself. This method doesnt get rid of the hair but it is a faster process and I like how threading shapes your brows.

 

If you do try something permanent to get rid of the hair be careful, make sure the laser or method you use only removes the hair where you need to pluck because you dont want to get rid of your eyebrows all together.

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Basically, my problem is that I have tried pretty much all kinds of hair removal
for my bikini line and cant seem to find anything that doesnt make it
come up all red, itchy and sometimes the little red bumps get infected - yuck, i know.
I have tried:

Shaving (with and without shaving gel; disposable raazors, sensitive razers etc)
Waxing (home and professional)
Epilating
Plucking
Hair removal cream (all brands, nair, veet etc and all the sensitive type)
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what else I could try??


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Great hair removal treatment is very easy now u didn't get the pain while removing your hair..

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The most common and renowned type of hair removal products are removal creams and lotions. It is one of the top removal product used among women, apart from its pro and cons it is the cheapest one and can be bought readily at any place. A layer of the depilatory cream or lotion is applied on the hairy area. After some minutes, the chemicals in the cream soften the hairs and then with the help of spatula you can remove the hair easily. Hair removal sprays are also available in the market and they are more convenient to use then the creams or lotions.

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Originally posted by katyH katyH wrote:

Basically, my problem is that I have tried pretty much all kinds of hair removal
for my bikini line and cant seem to find anything that doesnt make it
come up all red, itchy and sometimes the little red bumps get infected - yuck, i know.
I have tried:

Shaving (with and without shaving gel; disposable raazors, sensitive razers etc)
Waxing (home and professional)
Epilating
Plucking
Hair removal cream (all brands, nair, veet etc and all the sensitive type)
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what else I could try??


You get it all red and bumpy? Its just a rash..
So my advice is....
Shave at night in the bath or shower.
When you are dry put on baby bum cream (YES! I mean the stuff for babies bums :D)...a nice layer.
Let it soak in a little bit. Put on another thin layer before you go to bed at night and be prepared that whatever you wear to bed will be full of bum cream in the morning..

In the morning your bikini line will be smooth, no red bumps!
If you are worried about infections...
1. change the brand of razor you use
2. change the razor you do you more often
3. clean the newly shaved area with surgical alcohol. (Aftershave is essentially aromatic surgical spirits :P)
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