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Hair removal is an unavoidable beauty topic for ladies. We’re feminine and dainty sometimes but at the end of the day we’re human and we grow hair in various parts of our bodies. Some ladies prefer to go ‘au naturale’ but if you’re interested in laser hair removal, this video by Jackie Aina will be very helpful.

Jackie goes in on the topic, answering frequently asked questions like side effect, getting burned, if it’s painful, if it’s suitable for dark skin tones and what the overall process is like. This is the second part to her first video on laser hair removal, watch that here

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5 Comments

  1. Lily

    August 11, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    Please beware of laser hair removal. It works for some people and it doesn’t for some people.

    I started laser hair removal on my underarms,legs bikini area and abdomen last year. I was very excited when I started because I am a very very hairy girl and I just wanted any thing to help with the hiar. So I did my research and also ask some people and the all said laser was the real deal. Mind you from my research, the only side effects that where mentioned was pain, skin burn and discomfort.

    So I booked my appointment for 5 sessions. After going in for my first appointment, I noticed that my underarms development a very nasty smell akin to a rotten egg,omg. Before laser I didn’t have a smelly under arms. So when I told my technician she told me that it would eventually go away and that no one has ever complained about having this problem.hmmm, I believed her(wort mistake).

    The second session came and I went in for my appointment. This time my underarms began to sweat profusely and smell too. Before laser,I sweated normal . The sweating I had after laser was nothing like before: I would literally sweat when I’m on my bed, when I’m in the library , when I’m sleeping, infact my underarms was a running faucet that could not be turned off and mind you this was in winter period and it was very very cold(-25/-10) so why was I sweating so bad when it was really cold. Good lord. Then came the biggest side effect of them all.(I also had to cancel my other appointments because of all the problems it caused me.)

    When summer came, I was jejely walking to school when I noticed a cool sensation on my butt. So I had to go to the washroom to know what it was and lo and behold I was sweating on my butt and bikini area omg. My panties was drenched in sweat. I cried my eyes out on that day. Now I have a very uncomfortable sweaty butt and I regret ever getting laser. Now I don’t wear leggings, body con dresses in fact any thing that is not jeans because I’d sweat through them all. And the worst part is that doctors keep denying that there is no correlation between laser and sweating.

    I’ve managed to control my underarms sweat and smell with drysol. It really did wonders for me but I’m still left with butt and bikini area sweat. I’ve tried everything from gold bond powder , apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, aloe Vera and none of them worked.

    Since my laser treatments, I’ve also noticed that my hair grew out more: I’m 2x hairier than I was before laser.
    When you google laser side effects, pain, discomfort and getting burned pops up.and you will see nothing about sweating and smelling after laser hair removal. You only see these ones I mentioned if you know the type of side effects you are searching for. After my experience, I searched ” laser sweaty mess” and this forum popped up realself.com/review/laser-hair-removal-hair-sweaty-mess-miami
    These are real people that got the same side effect I did and I only found this after my appointments.

    I know how tempting it can be to get laser hair removal especially with all the promotion going on on Instagram. I’m my case I have PCOS so you can imagine the kind of hair I’m dealing with. I just wanted anything that would finally reduce the amount of hair I have on my body but unfortunately for me, I went from frying pan to fire. My advice is that before getting laser treatment, try it out a small area of your body to see if there are any side-effects.
    I also want to point out that this is not because I’m dark skinned ;so many black and tanned people have done this with great success. In fact when you go to the forum I posted above ,you will realize that most of them are not even dark skinned based on the type of laser they used. I used YAG laser which is the only laser recommended for dark and tan skinned women.
    Please stick to waxing or shaving if you can because the success of laser hair removal is not guaranteed.you don’t want to end up miserable like me? .

    Bella please turn this into a post if you can. Because I wish I saw posts like this before I got laser treatments.

    • artklub

      August 12, 2016 at 11:27 am

      that sounds like a nightmare, sorry oh. i wish i never even started shaving, not to talk of other things. i have sensitive skin with tendency to ingrown hairs. the hair itself never grew back soft again. i say never do any permanent body modifications generally. and test yourself first for irritations when checking hair removal options.

  2. Kenneth johnson erakpoweri

    August 17, 2016 at 1:59 am

    you are the reason GOD created this whole wild world

  3. Gilian

    January 5, 2017 at 12:54 pm

    Nice blog!!!
    Thanks for the post about Laser hair removal.
    Like it (Y)
    Best of luck.
    🙂

  4. Sam

    April 21, 2017 at 10:25 am

    Thanks for sharing post. Laser hair removal is actually a hot topic nowadays. Keep Posting

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