After all who wants to have to shave everyday? Certainly not me. Considering waxing scares the bajeesus out of me I've really had no other option. I felt like I was continuously shaving, and I am not even that hairy (honest).
So off I went for my consultation. Excited yet a little aprehensive (I had heard that it hurt).
The staff at the check in desk were lovely and very welcoming, despite me turning up a little late. I was handed a form to fill in, it was quite extensive with lots of questions like did I use sunbeds or was I wearing self tan? I didn't quite understand these questions until the lovely therapist explained that it would depend on the light they would use.
So I pulled down my trousers and jumped up on the bed, I felt surprisingly comfortable. I think because the therapist was so lovely and friendly.
She ran the laser across my skin, it was a strange sensation. A little nippy but nothing too sore, and I have a low pain threshold. She adviced that I looked at the light as it was working it's magic and that made it even less nippy.
So I pulled up my rousers and that was that. All good... ready for my treatments.
2 weeks later I went for my first full session which lasted around 10 minutes and felt like nothing had happened. The only part which felt a little uncomfortable was in a few 'tender parts'. However with the cold air blowing on to my skin at the same time as the laser, I soon felt nothing at all.
Over the next few days I noticed what looked like ingrown hairs, the therapist told me to exfolaite so thats what I did and after a couple of days they all went.
Now it is 3 weeks later and I can not believe the difference already, there is so much less hair. Instead of having to shave everyday I am now down to about once every 3 days. And that is after my first session! I have 3 more to go and I am pretty sure that I will be as smooth as smooth can be, I can't wait!
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