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#36865 - 10/24/06 04:09 PM Babyliss 8642U
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I have been using the babyliss sensor for a few weeks now and have been very pleased with the results. I use to have to shave every day. Just wondered if anyone else has any experience with it?? It has a sensor and patches. After about 8 weeks my top lip is completely cleared. legs are a lot less hairy as so are underarms and bikini. Does anyone know if its best to epilate after use or is it ok to shave? I only need to shave once a week now, just not sure if its best to epilate though. I live in the UK

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#36866 - 10/24/06 06:06 PM Re: Babyliss 8642U
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Please do yourself a favor and click on the search button here on hairtell. Type in scam or the actual name of the product and read on!

Dee
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#36867 - 10/24/06 06:33 PM Re: Babyliss 8642U
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I find its working ok thanks

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#36868 - 10/24/06 10:01 PM Re: Babyliss 8642U
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Hair growth cycles are more than a couple weeks. Regrowth occurs, depending on the area plucked, 6-13 weeks later. Please inform us when you achieve permanent hair removal,if that is what you are looking for with this product.
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#36869 - 10/26/06 11:37 AM Re: Babyliss 8642U
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I will thanks.

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#40098 - 03/11/07 10:51 PM Re: Babyliss 8642U [Re: ]
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Hi, I (perhaps) stupidly bought this product about 10 minutes before discovering this sight, but it was 25 and it seemed worth it if just for the attempt....Do you think the person that posted these comments was working for babyliss or whatever?
I think I thought because its babyliss....a well known(trusted?!)reputable company...that they wouldnt sell something that didnt work.....Do you think its possible that this person is telling the truth and did infact have success?
I havent received the product yet but I will give it a shot and just see....

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#40105 - 03/12/07 12:05 AM Re: Babyliss 8642U [Re: Tomas k Edison 14]
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No, it is not possible that this person is telling the truth. This is a scam product and will not permanently remove hair. It is possible though, that this person is deluding him/herself into believing it is working. Some people can only learn things the hard way.

You are welcome to come back in a year and fill in the blank where anonymous left off and give us your full report about this product. We would be grateful to you.

Dee
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#42771 - 06/09/07 06:58 PM Re: Babyliss 8642U [Re: ]
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Hi all,

I'm sorry to bring up this old topic, but I'm thinking of getting this product.

I realise having down some background reading that it will not permanently remove hair, however, I'm not fussed as long as it removes it for a couple of weeks - I have an epilator for my legs/pits, but I just can't take the pain of doing my bikini line!

Does anyone know if it's actually effective for temporary hair removal, or whether it's completely useless?

If anyone has any better products which fit my description: removes bikini line hair/not agony/not too expensive then please let me know of it!

Thanks in advance \:\)

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#42784 - 06/10/07 12:17 PM Re: Babyliss 8642U [Re: Velda]
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You can get this product if your mind is set on a temporary outcome. There are cheaper temporary methods that don't hurt and are cheap (proper shaving, depilatories).

Keep in mind that you may want to save your money and research permanent methods so you are not dogged with chasing hair forever. Electrolysis and laser(if you are a candidate) doesn't equate with agony. If you are really sensitive, there are great numbing creams, if used properly, that can help you.

If you want to spend money on this temporary product, then do it! You hopefully have read the information about babyliss so you know what you are getting for your money - TEMPORARY HAIR REMOVAL. I can think of cheaper ways to getting to your goal.

Dee
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#42785 - 06/10/07 02:04 PM Re: Babyliss 8642U [Re: ]
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I bought a numbing spray - "Xylocaine" I think, but found that it numbed only the top bit of skin rather than further down to the roots of hairs - thus epilation was still out of the question \:\(

Thanks for your advice though, I shall explore some other methods.

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