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How To Remove Hair With A Loofah
Hair removal: Laser hair removal technology became widespread in the us and many other countries from the 1990s onwards. It has been approved in the United States by the fda since 1997. With this technology, light is directed at the hair and is absorbed by dark pigment, resulting in the destruction of the hair follicle. This hair removal method sometimes becomes permanent after many sessions. ...Read more
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
Laser hair removal is young only about 11 years old so we don't really know the long term reduction in hair. A positive result is an 80% reduction in hair. So far the majority of the time there is minima regrowth at 10 years but in all likelihood if the follicle isn't dead there will be some regrowth in years to come
Removing hair dye: From skin. You can purchase a haircolor stain remover from a beauty supply store. Or apply cigar or cigarette ash to a moist washcloth and gently rub it over the stained skin. Or you can use Hydrogen Peroxide (2% by volume) to lighten the stain. ...Read more
Nono hair removal: Nono may be a yes yes - I could not find peer review medical publications that demonstrate any lasting results with this device. There are so many pathways that do have lasting results that I suggest you can try noon or do more research on this topic. ...Read more
Electrolysis, laser: Electrolysis & laser hair removal are the only options for long-term hair reduction. All other options are temporary. Electrolysis is a little more unpredictable--success depends on skill level of electrologist. The electric needled has to be placed precisely in the hair follicle to destroy it. If done incorrectly it won't work. Very tedious. Laser removal is easier, works faster, more reliable. ...Read more
I am 21 female. I did wax on face to remove hair. But it grown up again within 1 week. Kindly suggest me something to over come this problem.
Pain free laser: Hair removal is one of the most common sought after cosmetic treatments. Home remedies now include low level laser devices. For faster and effective treatments the new Soprano XL laser can be used without anesthesia to provide long lasting hair reduction. Waxing, shaving, threading, plucking, and electrolysis are temporary and more irritating to skin compared to properly performed laser Rx. ...Read more
No: Hair naturally grows back if a person naturally removes hair. That's because we humans are mammals and are supposed to have hair... It's just the way we're made. However, if one keeps plucking the same place, she may end up with enough chronic damage to all the follicles in that area and create a permanent bald spot. ...Read more
Doesn't: It grows back the same.Get a more detailed answer ›
OTC: There are over the counter preparations Ask pharmacist. You can have a dermatologist do laser hair removal. ...Read more
Shave or Nair: Shaving is the typical way to remove these kinds of hair. You can also use a depilatory cream such as nair, or wax it, as in a brazilian waxing. ...Read more
Rich source of vitam: A Greek herb Fenugreek seeds have been found to contain protein, vitamin C, niacin, potassium, and diosgenin (which is a compound that has properties similar to estrogen. Home remedy to reduce Cholesterol and stabilize blood suger has been used for multiple conditions including Acid reflux, increased libido and skin ulcers. It is used as shampoo to grow thicker hair. Unproven claims ...Read more
What could be used in conjunction with turmeric to remove hair effectively, permanently and quickly?
Hair Removal: Turmeric and milk paste is commonly used in india for depilation, but it can leave a yellowish tinge on your skin. If you are darker in color, this is not a problem. Otherwise, this article describes some useful alternatives to turmeric: http://www. Ehow. Com/way_5714127_remedi. ...Read more
Would shaving followed by daily use of turmeric remove hair, including stubble and remove hair from the roots?
No: The root is very deep down and most topical meds will not reach down this far. ...Read more
Can you tell me about suggestions how to numb the back of a man's head so that an elipator will work to remove hair?
I have provided a long acting local anesthetic injecttion for a few patients for purpose of epilation.
Contact a local ENT doc and ask about this.
Alternatively, there are a few good topical skin penetrating local anesthetics that can be applied. Not as effective but probably sufficient. You also need an MD to prescribe this agen. ...Read more
Do any of the home laser hair removers actually remove hair permanently and if so which ones can be used on a man's face?
None.: I don't believe any would be so good to do that. ...Read more
How do you remove hair form a man face for every and it will not come back? I am a black man, can the hair be removed for ever?
Will White hair Increase when we cut the hair completely (i.e.,) when we remove hair fully?? I am age 19, please provide suggestions!!
White hair: Hair color is not affected by cutting your hair. ...Read more
Why aren't my nipples stickin out normally? And is it any way that somethin can be done about it? Is it ok to remove hair from nipples? Why its there?
Nipples: Sometimes nipples can appear flat with changes in the breast tissue, which may even occur cyclically during your cycle. Hair is not uncommon and can be removed easily without difficulty. Have your dr. Evaluate your nipples if you are overly concerned about it. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hair removal cream: Check with your pharmacist for "gentle" cream for sensitive areas such as revitol which has been recommended by couple of my teen-age patients. Shaving is ok for the pubic area but not for the labia because of risk of lecerating skin. ...Read more
Hypertrichosis: Threading, waxing and topical medications can be tried. For permanent hair removal, consultation with a dermatologist or plastic surgeon is recommended. Many of the available options are safe but there is a risk for complication. Hypertrichosis should be ruled out if this hair growth is new and abnormal. ...Read more