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#93051 - 10/26/11 09:39 PM Reduce twitching from blend?
Jhair Offline
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I just thought I'd ask the question. Is there any way to reduce the twitching effect you get during blend electrolysis? Such as any over the counter products or something of the sort to do or take to reduce it? I think blend is the least painful and gentliest method of eletrolysis "at least for my skin" It is just the fact that I twitch so much while getting it done I can't really get anything accomplished.

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#93065 - 10/27/11 10:48 AM Re: Reduce twitching from blend? [Re: Jhair]
James W. Walker VII Offline

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Botox maybe? laugh
It is a natural muscle spasm. Nothing can be done, other than switching to thermolysis. Depending on the hair, you might find that PicoFlash, or MicroFlash would be just as, or even more comfortable, if the right person were working with it on you.
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