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How to make bikini hair removal less painful?

How to make bikini hair removal less painful?

Alma Soprano Laser: Our soprano xli is probably the most comfortable lhr system on the planet. It pulses lower energies, 10x/sec through a cooled tip, while in motion, which makes it much more comfortable and more effective. Take a couple of Motrin an hour before, trim the hair down to stubble (not smooth) and have them use a potent topical anesthetic cream....Not a day at the beach, but great preparation for one. ...Read more

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Dr. Robert Strimling
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Hair Removal (Definition)

Hair removal is either temporary, like tweezing, waxing or shaving, or permanent, in which the follicles are destroyed by electrolysis or a laser/light system. Very popular these days to reduce the density of hair in an area by laser hair removal. It needs to be repeated in a series to affect as many follicles as ...Read more


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What are the benefits and side effects of laser hair removal in bikini zone?

Laser hair removal: In any area does not utilize ionizing radiation, and the laser energy penetrates only a mm or two, so there is never any risk of deeper tissue damage or concern. If performed properly, the hair is gone. Side effects can be redness, blistering, inflammation, folliculitis, etc. Infection or scarring are rare. Skin in this area is tender, so treatment parameters and intensity needs experienced care. ...Read more

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Can I do full bikini laser hair removal after 2 weeks of my dilatation and curtage?

Can I do full bikini laser hair removal after 2 weeks of my dilatation and curtage?

Ask your OB/GYN dr.: You want to make sure that your area is not sensitive or inflammed from having the d and c done. So check with your ob/gyn. If you are still recovering, you may be more sensitive to the heat of the laser depending on what part of the bikini area you are lasering. So for best comfort, make sure you are at least 3-4 weeks out before doing it, in case you have discharge coming out too. ...Read more

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I got my 2nd setting for hair removal laser. And after this setting, itching started in my bikini and axilla. Should I continue laser??

I got my 2nd setting for hair removal laser. And after this setting, itching started in my bikini and axilla. Should I continue laser??

Reaction after laser: Having a localized reaction after a hair removal laser session is normal. Slight redness is common and the itching is most likely due to inflammation and a localized histamine response to the treated area. If it persists I would see your laser provider but it should be gone within 24 to 4$ hours. You should be able to have your next treatment without difficulty. ...Read more

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Have a rash lower my bikini line not toooo much very minor and upon that when used hair removal cream caused a bit redness and bleeding cause?

Have a rash lower my bikini line not toooo much very minor and upon that when used hair removal cream caused a bit redness and bleeding cause?

Hair removal: Hair removal cream causes skin irritation and irritation of the hair follicles. If your rash is in the sam area that you applied to cream then this is likely the cause. It should resolve on its own with time. If not your doctor should evaluate for infection. ...Read more

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Hello, I am looking for a full bikini diode laser hair removal and i need to know if the diode laser will affect my genitals or cause any infertility.

Hello, I am looking for a full bikini diode laser hair removal and i need to know if the diode laser will affect my genitals or cause any infertility.

No.: The laser used in hair reduction procedures does not penetrate fully thru the skin and outside of some potential temporary redness and/or irritation will not cause any long-lasting problems with your genitals or fertility. See an experienced plastic surgeon or dermatologist. ...Read more