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Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by D_Bubba_Butter, Mar 5, 2012.
Just curious. Has anyone had this done for permanent manscaping or lady gardening?
i would love to know to. i want to get it done but i dont know hw it works
Yes I have - I had it done a for the hair around the shaft of my dick - I was getting ingrown hairs if I shaved it - and I had my balls done at the same time. It takes 3 sessions or so - the idea is that at any one time, some of the hairs growing are in an active phase and some are dormant. The laser only kills the active hairs (all the hair falls out though). So a few weeks later there are fewer hairs growing back and you do it again etc; and usually one more time. When you have killed all the active hairs you are done. I love it - that was 15 years ago and nothing ever grew back. Hope this helps. (ps. I got a few burns on my balls once; that can happen with a bad technician. It hurt but no big deal after a few days).
Not on my pubic area, but I have had it done on my back and shoulders. After spending over $6k, I'm told my testosterone is too high and it's always going to grow back no matter what, although it has thinned. Just keep that in mind -- if you're very hairy elsewhere the best you might get is a thinning.
I hate body hair and was thinking about this to. Had a friend go through this three times as well and he swears by it.
A good friend had it done on his backquarters. He said that the most painful part was getting over his body shame and letting a nurse zap his hairy ass.
nb: He did complain that it looked a bit uneven afterward, in that he had a smooth butt and hairy legs.
I'm going to get my balls and taint done starting next month. I'm just sick of shaving. Some people have said it's slightly painful and some have said not at all so I'm a little nervous but still doing it.
Laser hair removal will only target hair that is darker. It will not kill off light colored hair even some red. Read this:
Laser Hair Removal: The Complexity of Treating Light Hair
have had it done myself
great place in Boston
Hmm... I'd thought the most recent generation of lasers & intense pulsed light therapy were more reliably effective on lighter shades than that article makes out.
no hair still must be dark enough for laser to be successful
What about these home laser units you see advertised or sold in stores? They're expensive but are they worth it?
Like the No No hair removal system.
The No No is a No No.
Just type No No into Google and look at the low ratings on the amazon product that pulls up. Or look for reviews.
I haven't had laser myself yet, but I'm looking to someday. The professional way, unfortunately, is the only way to go.
I'm sure things have improved...as with most treatments. Make sure you ask about lighter colored hair.
My friend had it done several times  and though she was not very hairy [pubic area] she is smooth as a baby's butt. It can be expensive espically if your real hairy. I got a free session and it thinned the hair out. Most of them now are very professional and have seen it all so no need to be shy.