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Posted - 08/24/2006 :  12:55:54 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We are seriously considering having lazer hair removal. Our dermatologist has opened a spa adjacent to their medical offices and has some advertisements regarding lazer hair removal. The only troubling wording is " permanent hair removal via lazer to "most" parts of the body."

I don't care much for the reference to "most." I will ask her when we return for a check up on the Prof. She already suspects we are nudists, so when we return, we've agreed to tell her and then ask her about the lazer treatments and what "parts" are off limits!

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Posted - 09/14/2006 :  6:31:45 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I started shaving down below about 6 years ago. I trim the top to 1/8" and shave the boys twice a week.For me this helped to keep things dry. I have grown tired of the stubble around the base of my penis as that is probably the most difficult area to keep smooth. Well, last month I finally worked up the nerve and went to the electrologist. Spent 2 hours on my back lisitening to new age music while the gal zapped away. She was exceptionaly professional. In that time she zapped the hairs off of my penis and an area about half an inch all the way around. It has been a month and only dormant hairs she couldn't get have appeared. I like the look and feel so much I now want my boys totaly cleared.
Oh yea 2 vicodins and a lorazipam and the session was down right relaxin! NO seriously, a professional person with a personality and demeanor that you are comfortable with is key to a good experience.

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Posted - 07/17/2007 :  12:14:42 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If I were to do it over again, and I still might for certain areas, I would go for permanent hair removal in the entire abdominal, genital, perineal, and interbuttock areas. Laser would be my preference with electrolysis where this doesn't work. As posted elsewhere, very successful with daily shaving however, in all areas below the ribs.

Nevertheless, about 12 years ago I had electrolysis done in the groin areas with excellent results. The reason was a post-shaving rash and occasional ingrown hairs in those areas only. No more!


I like the smooth look and feel. But permanent hair removal would be based on the certainty that I was comfortable with being smooth after a trial period with shaving. Especially the pubic area, as there would be no going back. Trimming for several years, with different lengths, shapes and sizes, with occasional complete shaving, put my feelings to the test. For over 5 years I have maintained the completely shaved look, and will keep it that way. So permanent removal would not be an issue now. There would be no regrets. But for those considering doing it, something to think about.

Edited by - smoothNtanned on 07/17/2007 1:00:13 PM

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Posted - 07/18/2007 :  07:19:45 AM  Show Profile  Send Baretwobill a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
I shaved for ten years, the graduated to depilation for another ten. Obviously by that time I had decided that permanent hair removal was the only way for me so I made a few enquiries and found that there are numerous salons in Australia that will do men without question. I have had all my pubic hair including the ball sack, crack and bum done. The staff were professional and there was no embarassment to me at all. I did have two staff members during the course of the treatment and found that there was less embarassment with the female than the male, this may be personal but, she was definitely more professional in attitude.

Results, well they appear to be permanent, with very little regrowth after 4 treatments and one to go (which is free), no pain at all there was not one session that was painful and they do increase the power of the laser with each session. OH! I forgot to mention I had SIPL treatment which is apparently the latest available and one side benefit I have noticed is the skin in the treated area is far softer and feels better than before I believe this a a further benefit of the SIPL treatment. Also some dark skin blemishes I had in the pubic area have disappeared completely.

Can't recommend it strong enough.

Just naked and lovin' it

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Posted - 07/18/2007 :  10:27:52 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for that latest info Baretwobill. I believe that SIPL may be available here now. Does one have to avoid sun or tanning bed exposure before starting or during any stage of the treatment process? Does hair color matter with that process?

Although shaving is trouble free for me now, the convenience of permanent removal is appealing. Guess there is some cost savings over the years to partially offset the laser costs.

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Posted - 07/19/2007 :  04:23:05 AM  Show Profile  Send Baretwobill a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
It's recommended that no tanning for a while before the treatment and the darker the hair combined with the lighter the skin the better the results will be. All coloured hair can now be treated but, lighter hair may require more treatments. Some salons will refuse to treat tanned areas as the darker areas may burn with the absorption of the laser light. I suggest attending a salon for an appraisal which should be free at reputable establishments and will be an honest appraisal and advice.

My hair was dark with a fair bit of grey and so far there doesn't appear to be any difference between the two. I am looking forward to getting the tan back now.

Just naked and lovin' it

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Posted - 07/19/2007 :  10:55:43 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Baretwobill. Your advice is consistent with what I understand they do here, although I have not sought as yet a personal consultation. Perhaps will do so this coming winter.

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Posted - 07/19/2007 :  12:38:49 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm so excited to hear about the laser hair removal. I am seriously considering it, and I have been looking in to it. I hope that it is worth my while. By the way... waxing, in my oppinion, is terrible for the pubic region. It's very painful and I tend to get ingrown hairs when the hair is growing back. I've been told by professionals that this is actually normal. The only perk... If you can muster the courage to do it again and again and again... the hair starts to come in alot thinner, and sometimes not at all. Until next time.

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Posted - 11/26/2007 :  12:46:19 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Reply to Seeker who started this thread and Braless 06. I also am working on getting rid of all pubic hair. I tried some laser and found that if you don't have a solid contrast between skin ans hair (e.g. black hair on white skin) and perhaps have bonde hair on white, then the laser will not be as effective. I then went to electrolysis and it worked but not all was done so I'm experimenting with the latest in solutions/salves. I tried UHA and it was starting to work but I realized that I was going to have to continue on a periodic basis. I then discovered Kalo by Nisim Intern'l in Toronto. It works on the principle of removing sulphur from the area after the hair has been removed (with Epilator or tweezers). Surf the site. Judge for yourself. I am trying it and hoping. Don't forget it takes 6 pr more sessions to start to see some progress, but it is permanent if you go far enough session-wise. If you want to write and compare notes, please do so. Naisy.

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Posted - 11/29/2007 :  10:43:55 AM  Show Profile  Send SmoothfmrMarine a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Plucking will not permently remove your hair. Your hair grows in cycles. After a while it will grow back. The only way to permenlty remove hair is thru medical help. I.E. Laser treatments, but it takes a long time and it is not cheep.

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Posted - 01/21/2008 :  11:02:57 PM  Show Profile  Send naturist58 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
I made an appt for tomorrow, the 22nd, to talk to someone about having lazer treatment to remove any & all traces of pubic hair. The woman I spoke to was very friendly, asked if this were for a man or woman & I told her it was for a male. She assured me that it would be possible to permanently remove all my pubic hair from my underarms & the area from my spine to my navel and would be able to tell me more after an initial consultation. I'm hop0ing someone can give me some advice before I actually do it. I was told my wife could be present at all times but I am wondering 2 things. Is this process a permanent solution or does it require several follow-up treatments & is it usually done by males or females. I am just trying to be prepared & wonder if it will be a male or a female with whom we consult & who would ultimately do the procedure. Thanks, John


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Posted - 01/22/2008 :  10:03:17 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Laser hair removal is not a one time session. The area must be treated at regular intervals (8 to 12 weeks) for 5 to 10 sessions. Do you have a tan? It would be best if you have black hair on lilly white skin. The laser light is attracted to darkness. It may not work for you. There is a forum that discusses this in
depth. I urge you to do some homework before you sign anything.

Most laser operators are women. If you behave in a mature way, they are fine with treating you.

Edited by - pc1961 on 01/22/2008 10:05:40 AM

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Posted - 07/03/2008 :  6:20:43 PM  Show Profile  Visit Ranger191's Homepage  Send Ranger191 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
After debating about laser vs epilators/shaving/waxing/sugaring etc, (and several years of shaving), I took the plunge this spring and got laser treatments. So far its been great! I'm taking the summer off in between 6 treatments and the convenience and ease is wonderful. No more shaving nicks (rare, but you tend to remember them ) and no more stubble.

I had to take the summer off because the specialists said to wait 2 weeks before tanning or the skin that's been treated could turn black or lose all pigmentation (they said they don't know until it happens which way it'll go, depends on the person). So I'll pick it back up in late fall, but until then, I'm mostly smooth!

It was expensive, BUT I did save a lot of money by going to an Open House they were having. The price for a male brazilian (man-zilian?) was around $1400.00. During the open house, I was able to get a price of 60% less for penis and scrotum. Its expensive still, but I love the convenience of it.

Nobility is not a birthright, it is defined by one's actions.

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Posted - 09/11/2009 :  10:31:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I agree with baretwobill and all the others concerning the big benefits of permanent IPL hair removal. I've had two treatments with very good results. the only downside in my case is that the cosmetician wouldn't do the scrotum. Any help on the subject would be much appreciated. Is it harmful or is it just a question of fear of the technician?

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Posted - 09/11/2009 :  11:04:46 PM  Show Profile  Send Warmskin a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Seems SIPL is modest in price, according to a google search. I have back hair, with which I'm not in love, and I did see one place that would charge only $300. Not bad at all. At least I can't see my back hair, but it still bothers me to have to have it. Maybe that is because the women don't seem to like it. But, for $300, I would feel better about my looks; not bad at all.

The following statement does not actually represent my true feelings -- I could see a shrink for 100 sessions, after which, I would feel better about my back hair. The preceding was an attempt at humor, and did not necessarily represent how I feel.

Okay, the following thought is only a whimsical feeling -- this is not true in nature. Maybe they could transplant my back hair, to the top of my head. The preceding statement was only a passing thought, now made clear for the literalist reader.

Sorry for the disclaimer, but some folks take my veiled humor far too seriously.

"The means of defense against foreign danger historically have become the instruments of tyranny at home."
James Madison

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