I've had a slight increase of hair nearly everywhere since I started taking steroid (medical kind) around the age of 17, and even though I don't take them anymore, I still find myself needing to remove hair from the upper lip & chin mostly that aggravates me. But I also cannot go one day without shaving my legs. It drives me crazy. I don't wax because my skin is so fair that its so reactive to the process. So, I usually use a cream remover for my face. I'm slightly peach fuzzy but that doesn't really bother me.
So, would this be a good device for me? It's a lot of money and probably won't even be able to buy until later because as a college student I am broke enough as it is. I bought the "No-No" last year thinking that'd be the end to my problems. It works OK. I use it on my stomach where a few dark hairs are and it helps, but not a cure all. Mainly I can't stand the burning smell with no-no, and every time I attempt to use it on my face I burn myself, plus with my experience with no-no is that it shortens the hair, not removes it, and you have to let it be a specific length for it to work...so it's just kinda messy I guess.
I feel at my wits end, and even if I can't buy it today, hopefully soon.
But do you have to "shave" your face for treatments...because I've never shaved my face and I really would like to not have to do that...everywhere else like legs and where ever is fine.
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
(Upstate, New York)
on Flash&Go Permanent Hair Removal Device
I have a 15 year old sister can she use it ?
Very cost effective. It saves time and money in the long run. If you keep to the schedule: first 4 treatments done 2 weeks apart, then monthly you will see results. At first it will be a bit time consuming as you get the hang of it, but then you'll breeze through. Also you don't have to go out of your way to a spa or salon to get it done, saving time. Plus you can do it according to your schedule. Each cartridge is $40, but in some areas thats the amount you tip. The $300 for the Flash&go is usually one or two sessions with a professional. And if it doesn't work for you just return it and a get a refund.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago