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« on: July 02, 2016, 01:35:01 pm »

I've seen guys in porn they have no hair on the chest and butts. How can I remove hair in a easy way without having trouble or razor shaving because it increase the hair growth rate which I can see on my face and genital.  Lips Sealed Lips Sealed
 If anyone knows any product that helpful to reduce the growth or has suitable solution please do share. I will be appreciating it so much. I don't like to grow hair on my chest. it makes me feel not confident. I reside in Malaysia.
Thank you. Love Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2016, 03:47:00 pm »

I've seen guys in porn they have no hair on the chest and butts. How can I remove hair in a easy way without having trouble or razor shaving because it increase the hair growth rate which I can see on my face and genital.  Lips Sealed Lips Sealed
 If anyone knows any product that helpful to reduce the growth or has suitable solution please do share. I will be appreciating it so much. I don't like to grow hair on my chest. it makes me feel not confident. I reside in Malaysia.
Thank you. Love Smiley

Hot waxing has a longer effect (on pubes and arse) but it hurts like fuck, tried it once and hell if I ever try it again  Wink
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« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2016, 05:02:11 pm »

Thanks god I'm not gonna fall for that.. Hot Waxing tell me about it.. lol . I have tried cool one and cried out loud  Cry.. ggzz
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« Reply #3 on: July 02, 2016, 07:28:47 pm »

only laser!!!!!
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« Reply #4 on: July 02, 2016, 08:55:54 pm »

Nothing removes hair permanently. Even laser MAY have permanent results but that still varies from person to person. The usual result of laser is thinning of the hair in the area.
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« Reply #5 on: July 02, 2016, 10:20:08 pm »

Nothing removes hair permanently. Even laser MAY have permanent results but that still varies from person to person. The usual result of laser is thinning of the hair in the area.

Isn't there any lotion, oil or supplements. Since there are lot of things for hair growth and such.. Can we find the laser shaver in the market I mean the departmental stores. Any clue where to find them.. Thanks for reply  Smiley with love
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« Reply #6 on: July 09, 2016, 08:14:10 am »

Nothing removes hair permanently. Even laser MAY have permanent results but that still varies from person to person. The usual result of laser is thinning of the hair in the area.

Isn't there any lotion, oil or supplements. Since there are lot of things for hair growth and such.. Can we find the laser shaver in the market I mean the departmental stores. Any clue where to find them.. Thanks for reply  Smiley with love
if you want to throw away your money go right ahead , but there is no clinically tested or evidence based research to say those types of potions and lotions work , Laser  is gonna be the closest you can get and only if they use a  Class 4 medical grade laser and not a EPL ( electronic pulse light) , personally IMO i wouldn't have a clue why you would want to look like a prepubescent boy , and no you wouldn't find an EPL machine in a store or a  Class 4 medical grade laser those machines ( proper ones ) can cost up to a 400-700K  AUS

with Lasers only fair haired people have no success rates in hair loss that is permanent
temporary loss almost always occurs for every race , but for long term hair removal, the colour is a significant factor. Black or brown indicates a high concentration of melanin in the follicle and is ideal for treatment. Blonde and red shades are treated less successfully, while white and grey remains unaffected.
the reason is pure science , the principle of lasers is based on light absorption. In the same way that a black car will become hotter than a white car, because it is absorbing more of the sun’s rays, darker hair( melanin rich) will absorb certain wavelengths more effectively than lighter (white, blonde, grey). This process is called photothermolysis. In Laser Hair Removal, the laser energy is absorbed by the pigment (melanin) and transmitted down the shaft, disrupting the growth mechanism when it reaches the root. The light energy is transformed to heat energy and the follicle is heated to a critical temperature at which point it is cauterised. The laser disrupts hairs that are principally in the active growth (anagen) phase at the time of treatment. The laser is pulsed, or switched on, for a fraction of a second. The length of each pulse is just long enough for the follicle to be disrupted.
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« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2016, 01:43:35 pm »

Nothing removes hair permanently. Even laser MAY have permanent results but that still varies from person to person. The usual result of laser is thinning of the hair in the area.

Isn't there any lotion, oil or supplements. Since there are lot of things for hair growth and such.. Can we find the laser shaver in the market I mean the departmental stores. Any clue where to find them.. Thanks for reply  Smiley with love
if you want to throw away your money go right ahead , but there is no clinically tested or evidence based research to say those types of potions and lotions work , Laser  is gonna be the closest you can get and only if they use a  Class 4 medical grade laser and not a EPL ( electronic pulse light) , personally IMO i wouldn't have a clue why you would want to look like a prepubescent boy , and no you wouldn't find an EPL machine in a store or a  Class 4 medical grade laser those machines ( proper ones ) can cost up to a 400-700K  AUS

with Lasers only fair haired people have no success rates in hair loss that is permanent
temporary loss almost always occurs for every race , but for long term hair removal, the colour is a significant factor. Black or brown indicates a high concentration of melanin in the follicle and is ideal for treatment. Blonde and red shades are treated less successfully, while white and grey remains unaffected.
the reason is pure science , the principle of lasers is based on light absorption. In the same way that a black car will become hotter than a white car, because it is absorbing more of the sun’s rays, darker hair( melanin rich) will absorb certain wavelengths more effectively than lighter (white, blonde, grey). This process is called photothermolysis. In Laser Hair Removal, the laser energy is absorbed by the pigment (melanin) and transmitted down the shaft, disrupting the growth mechanism when it reaches the root. The light energy is transformed to heat energy and the follicle is heated to a critical temperature at which point it is cauterised. The laser disrupts hairs that are principally in the active growth (anagen) phase at the time of treatment. The laser is pulsed, or switched on, for a fraction of a second. The length of each pulse is just long enough for the follicle to be disrupted.

Thanks for the explanation.. By the way I have seen an advertisement of some hair removal waxing that claims they can help to totally removal of hair for 2-3 years after several session repeatedly. So after those sessions I don't have to worry about body hair for some years.. Don't know how much truth is that. or what are their success rate though.. i will just head up to them and see what that is..  with love
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« Reply #8 on: July 11, 2016, 11:02:22 am »

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Thanks for the explanation.. By the way I have seen an advertisement of some hair removal waxing that claims they can help to totally removal of hair for 2-3 years after several session repeatedly. So after those sessions I don't have to worry about body hair for some years.. Don't know how much truth is that. or what are their success rate though.. i will just head up to them and see what that is..  with love
Rubbish , I would be very sceptical , especially with claims , if you're going to investigate then do it the way us doctors or scientists do it.
ask them how they support these claims and then ask to see the peer rated evidence based research and published findings , i bet you'll be waiting a long time for the info.
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« Reply #9 on: July 12, 2016, 03:28:13 pm »

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Thanks for the explanation.. By the way I have seen an advertisement of some hair removal waxing that claims they can help to totally removal of hair for 2-3 years after several session repeatedly. So after those sessions I don't have to worry about body hair for some years.. Don't know how much truth is that. or what are their success rate though.. i will just head up to them and see what that is..  with love
Rubbish , I would be very sceptical , especially with claims , if you're going to investigate then do it the way us doctors or scientists do it.
ask them how they support these claims and then ask to see the peer rated evidence based research and published findings , i bet you'll be waiting a long time for the info.

yeah.. it's suspicious.. thank you bro.. you lightened me .. definitely I don't have much idea.. thanks..  with love
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« Reply #10 on: August 13, 2016, 10:14:42 am »

Nothing removes hair permanently. Even laser MAY have permanent results but that still varies from person to person. The usual result of laser is thinning of the hair in the area.

Isn't there any lotion, oil or supplements. Since there are lot of things for hair growth and such.. Can we find the laser shaver in the market I mean the departmental stores. Any clue where to find them.. Thanks for reply  Smiley with love
if you want to throw away your money go right ahead , but there is no clinically tested or evidence based research to say those types of potions and lotions work , Laser  is gonna be the closest you can get and only if they use a  Class 4 medical grade laser and not a EPL ( electronic pulse light) , personally IMO i wouldn't have a clue why you would want to look like a prepubescent boy , and no you wouldn't find an EPL machine in a store or a  Class 4 medical grade laser those machines ( proper ones ) can cost up to a 400-700K  AUS

with Lasers only fair haired people have no success rates in hair loss that is permanent
temporary loss almost always occurs for every race , but for long term hair removal, the colour is a significant factor. Black or brown indicates a high concentration of melanin in the follicle and is ideal for treatment. Blonde and red shades are treated less successfully, while white and grey remains unaffected.
the reason is pure science , the principle of lasers is based on light absorption. In the same way that a black car will become hotter than a white car, because it is absorbing more of the sun’s rays, darker hair( melanin rich) will absorb certain wavelengths more effectively than lighter (white, blonde, grey). This process is called photothermolysis. In Laser Hair Removal, the laser energy is absorbed by the pigment (melanin) and transmitted down the shaft, disrupting the growth mechanism when it reaches the root. The light energy is transformed to heat energy and the follicle is heated to a critical temperature at which point it is cauterised. The laser disrupts hairs that are principally in the active growth (anagen) phase at the time of treatment. The laser is pulsed, or switched on, for a fraction of a second. The length of each pulse is just long enough for the follicle to be disrupted.

I didn't know this, thank you!
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