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EPILAR SYSTEM
« on: May 29, 2011, 03:52:46 pm »
Does anybody have experience with the epilar system ?

It should be consisting of two growth inhibitor gels that are massaged into the skin after waxing or other depilatory method that removes hair at the root. But I don't even seem to find where you can buy it ?  Seems only professionals can buy it.

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Re: EPILAR SYSTEM
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2011, 04:16:16 pm »
According to HairTell, there is nothing to support the use of this product.

If you wish to try it.  Take very good notes, and document everything.  If it works let HairTell and us know.  ;)

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Re: EPILAR SYSTEM
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2011, 03:13:29 am »
My experience tells that Epilar does not work, but the Tria Home laser system does work.

http://www.triabeauty.com/

The Tria is far easier to treat than Epila. And, it is more powerful.

I have infrequently used the Tria Home laser-treatment system since I purchased it at ca. $500 last October in Portland, US. So far I am satisfied with its effects. I no longer pluck or shave hairs in my beard area. Hairs in my legs were greatly reduced, but I sometimes shave my legs to remove very fine hairs. Hoping that I no longer need to apply Tria to my legs by this summer.

It has worked great for me, but I guess that my black hairs have some advantages in laser treatment, suspecting whether it will work for other people with hairs of other colors.

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Re: EPILAR SYSTEM
« Reply #3 on: May 31, 2011, 01:50:32 pm »
My experience tells that Epilar does not work, but the Tria Home laser system does work.

http://www.triabeauty.com/

The Tria is far easier to treat than Epila. And, it is more powerful.

I have infrequently used the Tria Home laser-treatment system since I purchased it at ca. $500 last October in Portland, US. So far I am satisfied with its effects. I no longer pluck or shave hairs in my beard area. Hairs in my legs were greatly reduced, but I sometimes shave my legs to remove very fine hairs. Hoping that I no longer need to apply Tria to my legs by this summer.

It has worked great for me, but I guess that my black hairs have some advantages in laser treatment, suspecting whether it will work for other people with hairs of other colors.

Barbie~~

Thank you Barbie ! I had noticed you talked about it before and it strongly activated my attention.

In the meanwhile I did figure out that the epilar system is probably not so good. 

I'm happy for you, you can say now that it works.  I would buy it also, the problem however is that I don't know how to buy it.  I can't drive somewhere easily or so to get it. I'm not from the USA, I don't like to use a VISA-card on the internet.  All I really trust is a regular bank transfer in fact.

I did however see it on Ebay and since yesterday I have been registered there but I have never used it.  That might sound strange to some but that's the truth.  I have been on the internet for the last 20 years but never used Ebay.  However, maybe I can get it with Ebay now.  I'll try to find a way.

I also have black hair but I do get easily a dark skin when I sit in the sun.

Thanks for the feedback !!!!!!!!!!! I'm sure you have found the best solution after serious research on the topic.

Thank you !

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Re: EPILAR SYSTEM
« Reply #4 on: May 31, 2011, 02:09:18 pm »
My experience tells that Epilar does not work, but the Tria Home laser system does work.

http://www.triabeauty.com/

The Tria is far easier to treat than Epila. And, it is more powerful.

I have infrequently used the Tria Home laser-treatment system since I purchased it at ca. $500 last October in Portland, US. So far I am satisfied with its effects. I no longer pluck or shave hairs in my beard area. Hairs in my legs were greatly reduced, but I sometimes shave my legs to remove very fine hairs. Hoping that I no longer need to apply Tria to my legs by this summer.

It has worked great for me, but I guess that my black hairs have some advantages in laser treatment, suspecting whether it will work for other people with hairs of other colors.

Barbie~~

I believe Tria has a shop in London. London is certainly a possibility for me. That's not so far from where I live.

Thanks again.

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