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Any recommendations on places for electrolysis hair removal? Every where seems to offer laser. But electrolysis is hard to find.

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Do you mean in Pattaya or in Australia before your trip?

My understanding is that you have to go for a series of treatments over a number of weeks/months.

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My ex had many electrolysis treatments for her bikini line and "half-ass" is the most positive I can describe it.


 

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Was gonna get it done in patts. It's not for my bikini line, 555. More so the hair growing out of my shoulders. I thought electolysis was more permanent than laser. Will have to do more homework. Thanks

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Was gonna get it done in patts. It's not for my bikini line, 555. More so the hair growing out of my shoulders. I thought electolysis was more permanent than laser. Will have to do more homework. Thanks

 

I'd love to hear the results.

I have lots of hair and nothing I can or want to do about that, except my shoulder blades. Would like to get rid of that.


 

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I also want to have my back and shoulder hair removed. I can't use a laser since I'm ginger. Ill be in town in 3 days and will post what ever I find.

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would like it done on my back and shoulders, but until its highly recommended i'll stick to getting it waxed

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The Soi Baukaow market (Tues. Fri) has some people removing hair from Thai girls faces, legs etc for 100 baht.

 

They put on some grey cream and then 'flick' the part with a long very fine thread. Presumably it works or they would soon be out of business. Worth a try on your shoulders.

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Was gonna get it done in patts. It's not for my bikini line, 555. More so the hair growing out of my shoulders. I thought electolysis was more permanent than laser. Will have to do more homework. Thanks

 

A friend achieved permanent removal of facial hair using electrolysis but it took a long time. I'm not that motivated to escape the minor inconvenience of shaving. 

 

The Soi Baukaow market (Tues. Fri) has some people removing hair from Thai girls faces, legs etc for 100 baht.

 

They put on some grey cream and then 'flick' the part with a long very fine thread. Presumably it works or they would soon be out of business. Worth a try on your shoulders.

 

Richard Rubacher mentions this method in his book "Thai Touch". If, as is likely, the grey cream is a chemical depilatory, hair removal should be effective although temporary.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_depilatory

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hair_removal

 

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I would like my ass crack done as well as my chest.

 

Maybe legs too.

 

Shaving legs is about the whackest thing around, but I do it once in a while and it feels SO much better and cooler for me. I usually have hairy legs and it's a bitch when wearing jeans, gets all hot and itchy and gross.

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Why the objection to laser?
Electrolysis procedure is one that has to be repeated several times.
Admittedly I have no experience with laser, but do believe it is better.
 
For Bangkok Hospital Pattaya web site:
Permanent Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is a relatively new cosmetic procedure designed to permanently remove unwanted facial and body hair by using the light energy from a laser. Permanent laser hair removal provides an alternative to shaving, waxing, tweezing, and using chemical depilatories. It is also significantly less time-consuming than electrolysis. With permanent body hair removal, the laser can treat large areas at the same time. Laser hair removal can be used on the back, chest, or legs, as well as on smaller areas like the upper lip or eyebrows.


 

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Tried laser but it just grows back eventually.

 

My ex tried electrolysis and it was very spotty, even after a handful of tries.


 

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Tried laser but it just grows back eventually.

How long till it grows back post laser ?and when it does any change in hair? i.e. thickness, softness or lack of /

reason why I ask is had regular waxing done on shoulders and hair soft before but now probably sweep leaves up if made a broom of it ;-)

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How long till it grows back post laser ?and when it does any change in hair? i.e. thickness, softness or lack of /

reason why I ask is had regular waxing done on shoulders and hair soft before but now probably sweep leaves up if made a broom of it ;-)

 

Does hair grow back darker or thicker after it has been shaved?


 

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Thanks for that link but it seems that my hair seems to be getting stiffer the older I get, my beard when in 20's & 30's was quite soft whenever I let it grow but since about 50+ have noticed it being like a spark plug cleaning brush especially the ever present moustache , now gotten rid of on the advice of many females.

The shoulder and back hair has not only increased in stiffness but also in area, for years there was only a small hairy patch on right shoulder but now is a virtual rug across the whole back some areas considerably more covered than others also only from the same age point.

If only I could take the complete area hair growth and put on the big head & take the stiffness and speed of growth on the little head I would be well happy ;-)

Have tried waxing which lasts about 3 weeks before returning, shaving lasts about 2 days before returning stubble drives me nuts

depilatory creams work but take 2 or 3 applications and skin does not appreciate the necessary scraping of the hair/cream residue off and have to avoid the sun/swimming for a week or so then needs to be redone within 4/5 weeks Hence the interest in laser/ electric methods, the Thai wife likes to shave my back as it increases her feeling of taking care of her husband and she does it very well but as it takes about an hour every 3/4 days gets a bit time consuming so if anyone that has actually tried either or both of those particular treatments could they reply either here or by PM Cheers

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