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How to remove unwanted hair?

I have reverted to body sugaring my bikini area after having little success with shaving (results last for less than a day with painful, red bumps that turn into pimples). The hair comes out when I sugar but the skin becomes very red and irritated and I get little pimples. The pimples turn to scars. I also get many deep ingrown hairs that turn into scars. I ve tried every form of hair removal and all have turned out badly. What can I do to stop the scarring and irritation? It s difficult to wear bikinis because they show. Edit: I m only 17 so I can t afford, nor would my mother even let me, to get laser hair removal treatment.
Asked On : Thu, 26 May 2011
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u need to take LASER hair removal treatment
it will reduce ur ingrown hair and unwanted hair
it is safe and effective
u need to take 7-9 session but u will feel very happy and comfort after it
it is the only way for u as u have sensitive and reactive skin
Answered: Fri, 27 May 2011
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