iluminage TOUCH - Permanent Hair Reduction
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The first time I used it I saw my ingrown hair improved. This is so awesome because I am not spending thousands of dollars for hair removal.
I cannot really give final results yet, as I have only used the machine 3 times. I will say you really have to be dedicated and have a lot of patience because it does take a lot of time, if you do multiple parts of your body, but I do think I notice my leg hair growing back more slowly. After 3 more treatments, I should be able to give a more accurate assessment. The machine does get hot on your skin sometimes but overall, it's pretty painless. If this ends up working, it will have been worth all the hard work.
Okay, I have waxed, I have sugared, I have shaved, I have even tried electrolysis. I have brown skin and brown hair, so I haven't been able to get laser treatment. I was super excited about this! I haven't stuck with a full 7-week cycle because it takes me way longer than the booklet says to do a treatment. It takes me 1-1/2 hours, in part because the machine overheats (I probably need to send mine back) since I tried to use the epilator attachment. The longest I have stuck with it is 3 weeks in a row. I have done two weeks twice as well. My hair is significantly reduced, especially in my underarms (but I waxed like crazy there so I have a weird growth pattern). My leg hair also grows in much finer than it used to. If I don't shave for a whole week it won't drive me crazy--that's a miracle right there. The worst: I had ingrowns in my bikini area like I can't remember. So painful. The worst rash ever of all my hair removal. It doesn't hurt me, but the light bothers me a little bit when I do my lip and chin, even with goggles and sunglasses over. I would recommend this, but I would tell you to watch for ingrowns, the light, and tell you to block out a lot of time to sit still with your goggles on.