Saturday, 12 March 2016

Laser Hair Removal - Is it for you?

So Spring has (apparently) arrived and the weather will soon start to turn warm, so bye bye thick black chunky tights, denim skirt and chunky knit sweaters that I have lived in for the last 5 months or so will find themselves at the back of the wardrobe once again, That said, out will come the pretty skirts and dresses that I prefer to wear and with that is the constant checking that my legs are no comparison to that of a gorilla.

One of my closest friends had laser hair removal a few years ago and she said it the best money she has ever spent, having carefully worked out how much it costs for razors, shaving gel and anything else she used and compared it to the cost of laser treatment. So it is something I have looked into and there are so many options to choose from and so many places to choose to go to for the treatment and then the decision as to whether or not it is really for you. One thing I was concerned about was whether it would be as painful as waxing, which lets face it, is not pleasant and in actual fact, my friend Sarah compared it to being like a flick of an elastic band at its most painful.


When debating whether or not Laser Hair Removal is for you, the infographic shown below is actually really helpful and it also gives some food for thought as to whether or not it would actually work for you.



At this stage I am still undecided as to whether or not laser hair removal is for me and I still have quite a few documents to read and look through, but it has helped having a friend who has had it done.

Is Laser Hair Removal something you have had done or have considered having done?

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22 comments:

  1. I'd be far too scared (not to mention lazy) to try this technique, but this infographic was really helpful in case I ever change my mind.

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  2. I am having laser hair removal! I am just about to start the process... super excited to become hair free!!

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  3. Ha! I've never tried this, I'm not very good at keeping on top of my beauty regime to be fair so maybe I should as I'll be spending at least three months in Australia later this year and this could be just what I need!

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  4. If it was cheaper I'd definitely get it done! :) I know in the long run it's a lot cheaper but I guess you dont realise the costs when its spread out.

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  5. You're definitely right to research this for yourself and come to your own conclusion!

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  6. I have considered it but never done it myself xx

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  7. I've never done it but definitely considered it - it would save so much time and effort! You are doing the right thing though by taking your time to research it as you don't want to dive straight into something without knowing the side effects!

    Jodie @ Jodetopia x

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  8. I don't have hair issues but some people in my family will need your post. Thx! Papatia

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  9. I would consider it! One less thing to worry about.

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  10. I have had quite a few friends do this and love it. I am just too lazy!

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  11. I know a few people who have had it done and they are so pleased with the results. I have thought about it before but never extended it further.

    Sophia Meola | A Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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  12. That's an amazing stat - women spend £7,000 in a lifetime on shaving!

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  13. I have not tried this but I have a friend that has and swears by it! There are a few men that need this too! lol

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  14. I am considering laser hair removal for years, but I always think I'm not too bothered by shaving, so it's there a point of doing it. :)

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  15. I've had laser on my underarms and I am planning on getting more because it's so much easier than remembering to shave x

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  16. I would totally laser my whole body if I had the money for it!

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  17. Currently having my chin hair treated and I am happy so far.

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  18. I personally would like getting it done but it is rather expensive I have to say.

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  19. I am actually really interested in laser hair removal if I can find a good deal so this was an interesting read x

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  20. I'm definitely tempted to invest in laser removal in the future, I honestly despise shaving!!
    Jess xo | The Indigo Hours

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  21. I think the cost puts me off, and that over large areas it'd take a while and a few efforts and even then might not get it all off. I mostly wear trousers all year round, so it's only swimmming that's a faff to defuzz for.

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  22. I certainly see the benefits of doing this but I am so limited for time with the kids at home that right now it's not for me but would certainly consider it in the future

    laura x

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