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Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Postby LiezeLFeliZ » Thu Mar 18, 2010 4:26 pm

I wanted to have a hair removal on my legs but my friend told me it really hurts a lot, especially waxing. So what is the best cream to help me on this? I really wanted to have it removed. I hope you can give me examples of numbing creams. Thanks! :)
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Re: Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Postby MarthaBower » Mon Mar 29, 2010 12:01 am

you wanted to get rid of your leg hairs then I think waxing is the safe and good option because the creams that are used for easy hair removal have some side effects sometimes. Even you can take help from laser hair treatment to permanently get rid of these unwanted hairs.
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Re: Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Postby sml99 » Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:36 pm

I dont think it hurts that bad. I had my bikini area done, which is way more sensitive than legs. Alo vera helps. Just to let you know ever with light skin and dark hair your hair will not completely go away. It will make it finer and less course and you will have to shave less often. Waxing can cause ingrown hairs and over a life time waxing is expensive, if you get it done professionally that is. Also get a ton of price quotes before you get it done places really rip you off. One office wanted to charge me 400 a session for my bikini! I found a amazing place that did 150 first session 75 after that and my last few session were 25 and 50. Do NOT go to a laser center go to a dermatologist they tend to be a lot more reasonable. Good luck!
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Re: Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Postby lexifoxy » Thu Oct 18, 2012 12:31 pm

try using nair
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Re: Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Postby KTry » Thu Feb 07, 2013 5:10 pm

EMLA can help, its a topical numbing cream. doesn't hurt that bad though.
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Re: Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Postby Em3256 » Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:52 am

KTry wrote:EMLA can help, its a topical numbing cream. doesn't hurt that bad though.



I agree. I've heard a lot about this. :)
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Re: Hair Removal: Does it hurts? Any product to alleviate the pa

Postby lexifoxy » Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:49 pm

the pain is not all that bad, its bearible
but the laser hair removal never works 100%.
fact!
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