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    Default At home laser hair remover- anyone got one?

    I've seen a silhouette laser hair removal system online for $139, down from $699. Considering getting it as I currently wax and this might be easier and more long term.

    Anyone got one of these or similar? Does it work?

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    Subbing and currently running off to google some reviews!!

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    You have me interested in this lol. I tried googling and found nada. So if someone is successful please share lol

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    Because that is affordable. I would think they would be bringing out a new model hence the discount

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    From Google, it looks like its Xemos brand. You could try Googling some reviews for that.
    Last edited by Gentoo; 14-04-2016 at 15:21.

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    I don't know anything about that brand but when I was in the uk I bought one that was about $600. It worked well and you get results quite quickly but if you stop using it the hair does grow back. Mine was also super painful which used to put me off using it and you need to use a gel so it's a bit messy. My sister had a Philips one I think and although it was less powerful it doesn't hurt and you don't need gel so you would probably be more inclined to use it more often.

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    Sorry I've been slow to reply! Yes it's that silhouette one. Definitely interested but not sure if it'll work! I have light skin and dark hair which is usually best for laser treatment


 

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