Hirsutism Treatment: More Laser Hair Removal Progress

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So I though I’d celebrate Christmas by showing you guys my hirsutism progression with laser hair removal so far!

The photo above is what my skin looked like a couple months ago and what it looks like today after a shave.

A couple months, I showed you guys my last electrolysis session results. And then, shortly after, I developed ingrowns and folliculitis from hell!

But after ceasing all tweezing and sticking to the razor (and winning some laser hair removal coupons) I managed to completely get rids of the folliculitis and clear up my skin again! I told a friend from a Facebook group that I can actually see my skin again for the first time in ages!

I’m so excited about my progress! I know I will be completely in love with the finally results after all my sessions are done! Yah!

Merry Christmas you guys and Happy New Year! See you all in 2015!!!


  1. chetna

    December 29, 2014 at 8:15 am

    hi..iam also suffering frm pcos and the main embarassment is ofcourse the facila hair..i too have a lot of hair on my chin area..iam also thinking abt going fr laser ..since u are aware of the procedure..i have heard that there is more hair growth afer laser..is it true since u have gone through the process. i am hesitating that more hair might come back after laser..help me clear my doubt..

    thanks ..really appreciate u coming and telling ur story and all d videos..bravo !! :)

    • The Hirsutism Hub

      January 3, 2015 at 1:04 am

      No, I did not see more hair growth. The issue may be that some people forgot to maintain touch up treatments. Because laser is not approved to be 100% permanent, touch ups must occur to keep the hair at bay. If not, then yes, it may seem like the hairs are returning.

  2. ladyg

    December 30, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    when you say razor, do you mean the epilator? i’ve found that using regular razors does more damage to my neck, from making the hair grow back course and faster, and leaving dark marks.

    • The Hirsutism Hub

      January 3, 2015 at 12:59 am

      No, I meant razor. Again, I can only speak for myself when it comes to my hair removal. Tweezing was causing the dark marks and ingrown hairs more than anything. I realized when I shaved (not every day) my skin just did much better.

  3. ladyg

    January 5, 2015 at 11:53 pm

    what kind of razor do you use? and how often do you shave your neck if you dont mind answering.

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