Laser lasts longer than shaving and waxing. Laser treatments are only for "permanent hair reduction" NOT "permanent hair removal". Laser may cause hyper pigmentation and hypo pigmentation. Hyperpigmentation is darkening of the skin that may occur after the laser hair removal. The laser treatment stimulates melanin production creating a reaction similar to suntan. Hypopigmentation on the other hand refers to the lightening of skin that occurs after the laser treatment. The absorption of laser light can inhibit the melanin production, leading to a loss of pigment. Treatment can be expensive
Oh my word. You have no hubs, no followers, you're following no one and you're spamming the forum... with a 70 hubber score.
MY LIFE IS A TRAVESTY!
Try a natural repellent. Although results vary, some home remedies may help deter rabbits.
1)Spread blood meal, cayenne pepper, manure or dog or human hair around plants.
2)Spray your plants with a solution of hot sauce and water or vinegar. Reapply the solution after each rain. This solution can be washed off of vegetables after harvest, and so does not affect their taste.
3)Use a foul-tasting spray deterrent that contains bitrex. You can find products that are marketed for use on ornamental plants. Do not use bitrex sprays on vegetable plants because it will affect the taste of the produce.
I cannot believe the lengths you went to for that joke.
Yes, judging by his size I think he meant, "Save the bunnies for me. They're tasty!"
The bunnies are dessert... the dude holding him is the main course. Can you imagine, they come in the next day and Pete's head is just gone.
Mistaken for Peter Rabbit no doubt. That wombat has it in for bunnies.
I think "wombat" is Latin for "monstrous hamster."
Perhaps they could hire Patrick for a progression in those strange commercials where the father is a hamster.
I haven't seen them. You know what would be funny? If there was a movie where a dog was chasing squirrels and then all of the sudden Patrick steps out from behind a tree. lol
I think laser is the best as it takes longer before the hair grows back
It depends on what you want. Shaving is cheap but lasts for only a day or two and can cause burns and cuts.
Waxing is painful and can cause rashes but lasts much longer.
Laser is expensive and can have side affects but obviously lasts the longest.
I love when spammers randomly bump old forum threads that were hijacked long ago.
I find waxing the best. After repeatedly waxing, my hair actually grows late and very thin.
Mostly I leave it alone. Then shave if i plan to wear tights or an evening dress.
I figure this thread is pretty much an open forum. No OP to complain. lol
Like Sylvester after the Kangaroo he thought was a big mouse.
by rochelj 4 years ago
Are there long term side effects of Laser hair removal and/or Electrolysis?
by harmony155 5 years ago
Have you tried laser hair removal? Has it worked for you?
by jenblacksheep 7 years ago
Does anyone use hair removal creams on their legs, rather than shaving or waxing? I can't shave any more because it makes me really itchy and I do get my legs waxed but you're supposed to leave it like 4-6 weeks between getting waxed I think, and it hasnt been that long, plus I can't really afford...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
HubMob Weekly topic: Shaving and Hair removal
by Wendy Iturrizaga 8 years ago
A big thanks to all the HubMobsters who took part in last week's HubMob and a warm welcome to all the new Hubbers who decided to become HubMobsters. There were a total of 25 hubs published on last week's topic. With spring dresses coming out of the closet forcing us to bare...
by k.d. today 4 years ago
How do I prevent ingrown hairs after hair removal??
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