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Bliss Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit

What it is:An at-home hair-removal kit.What it does:Originally developed for exclusive use in Bliss Spas, Bliss Poetic Waxing™ is the first-ever safe and effective, low-temperature and aromatherapy-based hair-removal system. Gentle enough for sensitive skin and suitable for use on nearly any part of the face or body, this complete waxing kit makes head-to-toe hair removal comfortable, convenient, and easy.This set contains:- 5.3 oz microwaveable cup filled with Bliss Poetic Wax - 1.0 oz Bliss Poetic Waxing Super Skin Cleanser- 1.0 oz Bliss Poetic Waxing Pre- And Post-Waxing Oil- 3 x large spatulas- 3 x small spatulas- Free sample of an Ingrown Eliminating Pad- Complete waxing instructionsWhat else you need to know:Now in a microwaveable cup, this waxing system is even easier to use! Colorful, stripless, aromatherapeutic wax lets you see where you are applying, so there is minimal mess. Wax shrink-wraps the hair to pull it straight out from the root it can grab even the shortest, coarsest, and most stubborn growth that other waxes miss.
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Questions & Answers for Bliss Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit

Question
Can this wax be heated on the stove top in a water bath?
I do not have a microwave and do not plan to ever get one.
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
12 answers
Answers
answer 1
I actually heat mine in a pot of water on the stove because the wax just doesn't melt in the microwave. It works fine and the cup doesn't seem to melt.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
secretagentfan
answer 2
no you idiot.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
vitavicci
(Houston, TX)
answer 3
It tells you not to do that. However, after the first use, mine will no longer melt in the microwave. I hold it with tongs in boiling water (so the cup doesn't touch the pan and melt). It's a real pain to do, but at least it does melt. I'm going to try next time to transfer the wax into the old metal cup from the stove-top kit they used to sell.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
justjenni
(MI)
answer 4
No, its stuck in a fragile plastic cup. Shame too, as I loved the stove one!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
steph2707
(providence RI)
answer 5
I don't think so. They used to make the older version, where you WOULD use a double boiler (water in one pan, and then another pot inside of that). The new wax needs higher heat, I think, and it takes multiple heating times (they don't recommend heating for more than60 seconds at a time) to get it to finally melt. I find it more time consuming.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 6
It's not recommended as the cup is meant for microwaves and therefore the cup might melt.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 7
It says right in the directions to NEVER heat it over a stove or any other heat source. Microwave only. I'd assume it's because it comes in a plastic cup. Hope that helps!
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
mmarcella
(Mahopac, NY)
answer 8
Nope. I love this wax and also never owned (or wanted to own) a microwave, but I bought one so I could keep using this wax and I was so disappointed--the wax doesn't heat evenly in the microwave, and you lose a lot more wax because it doesn't melt off the sides of the cup like the old one, and there's less wax in the microwavable cup than there was in the old metal cup. Don't waste your money on the microwave or the new microwavable wax.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
smal
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 9
It can only be heated in a microwave.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
lmtliz
(Albany, NY)
answer 10
No, unfortunately the wax comes inside the microwavable cup.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
gr33neyes
(Long Island, NY)
answer 11
No. It's near impossible to use it without a microwave, since the hard wax is already solidly in the cup.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
msnoire
(NY, NY)
answer 12
I don't think you can!
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
rubyshoes43
(New Paltz, NY)
Question
How do you remove the blue wax off the sticks??
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
alexis99
(Los Angeles, CA)
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
11 answers
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answer 1
I just scrape it against the sides of the cup. But really, I throw away the stick after each waxing session.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
annie53703
(Madison, WI)
answer 2
you cant fool.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
vitavicci
(Houston, TX)
answer 3
Let it completely cool then manually bend the stick or crack the wax off... that's the only way I figured out.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
steph2707
(providence RI)
answer 4
You do have to use this a few times to get the hang of it. I once waxed too much of my eye brow! Not good! It is pretty easy to put some of the oil that they give you in the kit, on the wax and most comes off. Also, you can kind of pick it off with your fingernails. It isn't as bad as it sounds!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 5
You can try placing them in the freezer and cracking off the wax. I have never gone thru all the sticks, so I've never had this issue. You should wipe off excess wax in the cup to avoid a large amount on the stick. Once you reheat the wax and stir the stick in the cup, the wax will come off then as well.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 6
The sticks are for the application. You have to apply the wax thick enough so you can remove the wax with your fingers. You grab an end and pull it off. It's not like in the salon where they use that paper over the wax for removal. It's annoying at first but once I got the hang of it, it worked fine.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
mmarcella
(Mahopac, NY)
answer 7
You don't. They are disposable and are not meant to be used again.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
lmtliz
(Albany, NY)
answer 8
Leave the stick in the cup when you microwave the wax and it should come off. Or just throw out the stick and buy some cheap craft sticks at the craft store.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
msnoire
(NY, NY)
answer 9
The wax is really tricky to remove but if you dip the stick in hot water for a little it loosens the wax and you can peel it off by rubbing your fngertips on the stick.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
rena81
(Shasta Lake, CA)
answer 10
I wait a few hours and then break it off by gently by bending the stick back and forth. It comes off really easy for me.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
ammyk
(Houston, Tx)
answer 11
I bend them back and forth, or microwave it on top of a napkin.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
kikita
(Los Angeles CA)
Question
If I have more wax, can I use the cup again?
I know how to make the wax :)
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
Anonymous
(Toledo, OH)
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
9 answers
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answer 1
I guess you'll find out how sturdy the cup is if you keep microwaving it over and over!! I don't know because I have never done that. If you have your own recipe, maybe just get some microwavable tupperware?
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
annie53703
(Madison, WI)
answer 2
these questions are ridiculous. its up to you if you want to reuse the wax. its alot of wax but not worth $50 and it breaks you out.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
vitavicci
(Houston, TX)
answer 3
I wouldn't recommend using it again. I sometimes get a small amount of wax left over in one cup and heat it, so I can combine it with another cup. I have never put anything else in the cup...not even homemade wax!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 4
I would think so. How do you make the wax?
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
nancy135
(georgetown, tx)
answer 5
yes you can reuse the cup and leftover wax
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
kendraseoane
(vail, co)
answer 6
Yes, it reheats over and over again!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
melig
(Miami, FL)
answer 7
Yes you can reheat the unused wax again.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 8
http://members.cox.net/ahmedheissa/rechalaw.htm

I hope this helps :)
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
Anonymous
(Toledo, OH)
answer 9
How do you make it?!!! It seems like you could keep using the cup.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
seabear
(Minneapolis)
Question
Good for Brazilian Waxing?
I have never waxed before and was wondering is this a good product for Brazilian waxing? Is it more painful than other waxes? Is this a preferred product to use? I am expecting it to be quite painful, but I am hoping it's not going to be as painful as going to a spa or something.
asked 3 years, 10 months ago
crazybrat
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
9 answers
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answer 1
I find the spa less painful because they are professionals and can get at the right angle to get the job done. I like this wax a lot but have never tried it down there. The wax is effective and will get every hair.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
annie53703
(Madison, WI)
answer 2
I think doing a Brazilian yourself would be pretty painful. I only use this on my face, chin and neck.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 3
The pain of a brazilian depends on two things: the waxer and whether you use hard wax or soft wax. I just did my first at-home brazilian with this product (a hard wax) and it was nearly painless. It hurt a lot less than the waxes I've been getting lately at a spa that uses soft wax with the strips. The other waxer I used for years only used hard wax and now I understand why.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
msnoire
(NY, NY)
answer 4
I think this product would work great for B. waxes. It pulls out every single hair, so no matter what it will hurt. I suggest trying it on another part of your body before doing the B. wax. Try your eyebrows or armpits first.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
angela5
(Cedar Valley, IA)
answer 5
I only used it to wax the full front (not my backside as logistically this is impossible) and I would say it is only slightly less painful than the spa. It did a good job of grabbing all of the hairs and not the skin and it wasn't as hot as the spa wax which was nice. As far as post wax irritation, it was about the same as a professional wax- my skin was red for about 12 hours or so. I found that putting aloe vera gel with lidocaine on the area soothed it very well.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
momorx1
(Indianapolis,In)
answer 6
My local spa uses this same type of wax for bikini and brazilian waxings, but it's an expensive wax compared to the other types. It's the best out there because it grips the entire hair and for some waxes, the hair has to be fairly grown out in order to work. This product will grab even the shortest hairs. You will always have a few strays, but use tweezers to get those. Some people don't handle pain as well when waxing themselves, so keep that in mind.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 7
Yes, my friend and I have both used this for brazilians (separately and not together of course!). It works very well. Any brazilian is not going to be pain-free but this wax gets everything if used properly/you follow the directions.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
princessdiana
(Atkinson, NH)
answer 8
I use it for Brazillians and its the best wax I've found (tried several)! If you follow normal waxing procedures, such as taking a couple ib-profins before waxing and use the oil so the wax doesn't stick to the skin, Bliss' system is probably less painful than others. However, I've always thought having it done was less painful than a diy approach. Good luck!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
seabear
(Minneapolis)
answer 9
The amount of pain from a brazilian is based on the waxer, not the wax. Iv'e had painless brazilians because the waxer was amazing, and I've had others hurt like heck. If you've never had it done before, maybe go to a pro first. Took me an hour to get through half by myself, thats all I'm sayin. This is a good wax for down there though. No mess, very easy to use.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
kaharr01
Question
Are there wax refills for the cup?
After using the original wax that comes with the cup, are there other refill waxes that i can buy by itself and not with the cup?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
aki519
(miami, fl)
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
8 answers
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answer 1
No. Which is just as well, because the cup gets messy after a while.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
annie53703
(Madison, WI)
answer 2
No, they used to do this. Now they make you buy another whole kit. It lasts for quite a few waxings, tho and is cheaper and more convenient than going to a salon.....especially when you may not be able to get to one! Easy to do at home.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 3
Every wax that you buy, no matter where you buy it, comes in a container and is meant to be used in that container. When you use all of that wax, the container should be discarded - not reused.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
lmtliz
(Albany, NY)
answer 4
I have not seen any refills available- my cup gets gross on the side after a few uses and the wax on the cup walls does not remelt well- I think you are better off buying a new kit.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
rena81
(Shasta Lake, CA)
answer 5
No. You have to keep buying the original product
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
ammyk
(Houston, Tx)
answer 6
I wish they did! When Bliss hadn't bought out Poetic, they used to offer refill rocks.. they should bring them back... Here's hoping!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
preetipisces
(New York, NY)
answer 7
No there aren't. The wax is too hard in the cup.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 8
Hi Aki519,
That's a great question! Unfortunately the answer is no, wax refills are not available on their own.
Thanks!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
can this be used under the chin area?
asked 3 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(longmeadow mass)
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
8 answers
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answer 1
yes.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
annie53703
(Madison, WI)
answer 2
Definitely!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 3
Absolutely, it can be used pretty much anywhere you want to use it.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
genna187
(Burlington, VT)
answer 4
It can be used anywhere you have hair.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
angelawr
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 5
Yeah, I don't see why not. I think it would work great for that.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
angela5
(Cedar Valley, IA)
answer 6
It can be used anywhere, except for men's facial hair.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 7
use anywhere
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
kaharr01
answer 8
es, I use it for my chin and upper lip, it works really well.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
preetipisces
(New York, NY)
Question
Does this kit come with waxing strips and bikini instructions?
When I was reading what the kit contains it didn't say anything about the wax cloth strips you normally get in kits like this. I was just curious if it comes with them or if you have to buy them separately? Also, I noticed it comes with instructions, but does it talk about how to do a bikini wax and the different kinds you an do?
asked 3 years, 2 months ago
mastoid
(Michigan)
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
8 answers
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answer 1
No strips, just pull the wax..easy. Directions are guidelines on how to heat the wax and how to apply wax for the best results, especially around bikini area and underarm areas.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
fani10
answer 2
you can buy wax strips, but i found this worked WAAAAY better on the bikini line. and yes, there are instructions.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
mcg153
(Ann Arbor, MI)
answer 3
You don't need the cloth strips for this product. You will apply the wax, the wax will cool and then you can pull the wax and hair off. Pretty easy to use. Also, it does have instructions on how to apply the wax in order to effectively remove the hair. As far as "kinds" of bikini waxes, I'm not sure what you mean...sorry
answered 3 years ago
drdeanna
(Brooklyn, New York)
answer 4
It actually does not come with the cotton strips. You have to wait until the wax hardens, then pull it off using one of the hardened corners. And it only comes with instructions on how to heat and peel the wax, not specific methods/techniques to do the bikini wax.Hope this helps =) But just a warning...it does in fact hurt more than the other waxing kits I have used =/
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
manda916
(Austin, TX)
answer 5
there are no strips that come with this...they are not even necessary. if you have heated the wax to a good consistency, then all you need is a 5 second wait, you press down on it in direction of hair ( or opposite dire. if hair is really small) and just pull with one quick motion...its that simple..:)
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
ash123
(brooklyn,new york)
answer 6
No strips - it will dry and then you just peel it off. Don't let it harden too much though! You also want to overlap the wax with an area of your skin that doesn't contain hair so that the hardened wax is easier to peel up, get a grip on it and pull!
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
annie53703
(Madison, WI)
answer 7
It doesn't use cloth strips. You pull off the wax once it hardens.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
vannesa
(Sierra Vista, AZ)
answer 8
The Bliss Waxing-At-Home Hair Removal Kit does not include wax cloth strips. Here's the suggested usage for removal:

-BLISS TIP: When you apply the wax, layers should be as thick as a banana peel (about 1/8").
-Make sure to use some pressure when applying the wax, to form firm and full edges for easy peeling.
-When the wax has dried enough, so it is not tacky to the touch, it is time to remove (but don't wait too long - wax may crack).
-Press down on the entire patch to ensure a uniform removal, then hold the skin tight, grab an end, and remove the wax in a brisk fashion against the direction of hair growth.

We hope this answers your question!
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Can you re-use the spatulas?
i just used this kit for the first time. The little plastic spatula is just the right size, and I wanted to save it, since I'll be using this kit way more than 3 times. But even after scraping it down on all sides, there was still lots of wax left over. Should I microwave it again along with the wax cup?
If I do go ahead and toss the spatula, can I use a wooden stick instead?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
mshunt
(Alhambra, CA)
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
7 answers
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answer 1
You need to scrape the excess wax off on the the sides of the cup each time you apply it, so that that wax doesn't build up on the stick. The stick will melt in the microwave, and can also start to melt if the wax is too hot. If you have a thin layer of wax on the stick, when you mix the wax before applying it, it should melt off. If too much wax (over 1/8" layer) has hardened on the stick, then the stick is no longer good or trying using the other end.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 2
I just used my kit for the first time too and am not sure either how to clean the applicators. I ended up using flat ended toothpicks to get better control under the brows, so I think wooden applicators would work very well.
answered 4 years ago
Diamondgirl1000
(Canada)
answer 3
You can break off some of the dried wax, but next time you heat the wax, stir the stick around so the wax melts off, and than scrape it off on the edge of the cup. Any residual wax can be removed with the oil and hot water.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
USMCnemo84
(Jacksonville, NC)
answer 4
If you wait for the wax to dry completely, you can remove the wax by twisting the spatula a bit, and it will break off. When dry, the wax is quite brittle and will break off easily.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
elfwoman
(Knoxville, TN)
answer 5
you can try to freeze the spatula to get the wax off and the pre/post oil will also get wax off...just make sure to wash it with soap before reusing to get the oil off. don't see why you can't use something else to spread the wax
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
usmcwife1205
(Twentynine Palms, CA)
answer 6
After waxing, I let my spatula rest in the cup and dry with the wax. I just reheated mine for the second time and it worked great! No problem heating the cup and spatula at the same time.....the left over wax melted with the rest.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Starweed
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 7
Hi,

Please don't heat the spatula. I don't think it should go in the microwave. You can reuse it the way it is - usually, however, the wax dries between usings and just breaks off on its own. You can use popsicle sticks or any wood sticks. I actually prefer to use popsicle sticks because it works the best for me. (You can get them in a hobby store for a few pennies each or, of course, from a popsicle). I find the popsicle stick is easiest to use, especially under my brow - I get a more precise application. I have used the spatulas for years (with the old kit) and even though there was sometimes a tiny bit of wax on it, when the spatula is dipped into the hot wax, it melts enough that it blends together. I really love this set. It's so much easier than the old one. Enjoy...
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
dreamyone
(EVERYTHING IS BLOOMING IN THE SOUTH)
Question
Is this a hard wax?
Since this is a "stripless" wax, I'm assuming then it's a hard wax that when applied you wait for it to harden and cool and then remove?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
7 answers
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answer 1
It's pliable. It starts off hard, then you melt it in the mircowave to the consistency of kyro syrup, then you apply a few layers to the area to be waxed, let it cool a bit, then pull. If you let it cool completely, it will crack and be difficult to get off and will hurt and cause bruising.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 2
It is totally hard til it is heated. You spread it on and then remove after a few seconds wait....It does not use any papers or cloths to put over the wax (to press into it) but I DO buy the muslin sheets at a beauty supply because I think it makes removal much easier.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 3
Yes it takes about 15 seconds to harden.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
Emmy28
answer 4
You have to wait for it to harded only for about 5-10 seconds...it doesn't take long.
answered 4 years ago
ilovesun
(seattle, wa)
answer 5
Yes, this is a hard wax.
answered 4 years ago
goosh
(san francisco, CA)
answer 6
Once this wax is melted and heated up, you apply it with the spatula to your skin, it then cools down in a few seconds...you don't want to wait too long for it to cool because it will break apart like hard candy and be difficult to get off. You just wait about 10 seconds and then peel the wax when it's rubbery feeling.
answered 4 years ago
tracygirl64
(Sacramento, CA)
answer 7
Read the instructions carefully. I wore latex gloves so that my fingers wouldn't get too sticky. Even though there are no strips, it is really easy to use. Don't wait for it to cool completely or the wax will crack into little sections when you try to rip it off and it wont be as effective. I pretty much spread the wax on, counted to 2 and then took it off.
answered 4 years ago
plumgorgeous5
(Huntington Beach, CA)
Question
Does this irritate highly sensitve skin?
I'm currently using a strong acne medicine, (Epiduo) and every wax I've tried already makes my skin burn really bad and causes major discomfort.
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
Anonymous
(Akron, OH)
on Poetic Waxing At-Home Hair Removal Kit
7 answers
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answer 1
You cannot use this if it is too hot! It WILL burn you and leave a scab or mark. Blow on it and make sure it isn't too runny. That tells you it is too hot and can hurt you.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
sheshie
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 2
If you use acne medication, any type wax will only cause more irritation to the skin.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
idesign
(Chicago, IL)
answer 3
I have extremely sensitive skin and I use this on my chin and side burns. As long as I was my face thoroughly after waxing and using the post-waxing oil, I receive no break outs only beautiful soft skin!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Seattle, WA)
answer 4
No, it really didn't irritate my skin a lot.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
soupy7
(Dunlap, IL)
answer 5
You should ask your dermatologist about it before you use it. Waxing especially on the face can be irritating to any skin type but even more so because of the mediaction your on and your sensative skin.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
AshleyMe
(Lihue, HI)
answer 6
I always get the little red bumps after waxing, even in a spa. I found this to be less irritating than spa treatments are for my skin. It might be because you control it; the amount and temp of the wax, the amount of the oils, etc. I used far less oil on my brows than they usually do at the spa.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
mnda
(Boston, MA)
answer 7
Since Epiduo contains benzoyl peroxide, you might find the alcohol in the skin cleanser and/or the salicylic acid in the ingrown pads too irritating for your skin. The wax itself shouldn't be a problem though, as long as you're not also using retinols.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
badgemash
(Phoenix, AZ)
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