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Dec 28

Get rid of unwanted hair and get the smooth silky skin you desire with Silk’n Flash&Go.

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Stop spending so much time shaving or waxing your legs and underarms, and stop plucking facial hairs.

The solution is Silk’n Flash&Go. Flash&Go is an innovative light-based hair removal device.

Silk’n Flash&Go is designed for use on legs, arms, underarms, bikini line and face.

How does Silk’n Flash&Go work?

Silk’n Flash&Go uses patented Home Pulsed Light (HPL) technology. It emits gentle light pulses and disables future hair growth in the hair follicles at the root.

Silk’n Flash&Go comes complete with one narrow lamp cartridge containing 5,000 pulses/flashes.

Save money on expensive salon visits…..You can get rid of your unwanted hair in the comfort of your own home.

FDA and Health Canada cleared for permanent hair reduction for the entire body.

How soon will I see results?

Results are not immediate. But most people notice a reduction in hair after 4 treatments. You need to increase the energy level each time you treat an area. It’s not so bad, considering the hours you’ve spent and would have to spend removing unwanted hair through shaving, waxing and/or depilatories.

How often should I use the device?

You should space sessions with Silk’n Flash&Go every 2 weeks for the first 3 to 4 sessions. After that, treatments should be done if hairs grow back. The total number of sessions varies from person to person. Most people notice a reduction in hair growth after 4 treatments. Most women require 8 full sessions. Those with more stubborn and deeper hair will require 10 to 12 treatments.

Caution:  Not for use on dark skin or recently tanned skin. Ideal for lighter skin tones and brown and black hair. Flash&Go has a Skin Color Sensor that will disable treatment if your skin is too dark or too tanned.

You’ll also love Silk’n SensEpil(hair removal),
(anti-aging device), and Silk’n Blue – Acne Treatment Device (destroys acne-causing bacteria).

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Dec 27
4275608271_4e731bb018Does unsightly hair bother you? Do you feel you’re spending too much time shaving your legs and underarms? This article will discuss other hair removal options.
What’s the difference between Laser treatments and IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)?

IPL treatments are painless, but laser treatments are more effective and safer in removing hair and preventing hair from regrowing. Laser treatments involve some discomfort.

How many laser sessions are needed?

2 to 4 are usually enough, but it depends on factors such as the thickness of your hair.

Will laser treatments result in permanent hair removal?

Laser reduces the amount of hair and is referred to as “permanent hair reduction”.

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Are laser treatments painful?

Removing hair from the armpit area can be painful. So numbing cream is applied before the laser session. Most women say waxing is more painful. There will be some discomfort and itchiness in the armpit area a few hours after treatment. For leg and arm hair, there will be no pain after the laser treatment.

What is electrolysis and how does it differ from laser hair removal?

Electrolysis is a lengthy process compared to laser hair removal. With electrolysis, each hair has to be treated individually with a tiny probe (needle) inserted into the hair follicle. The probe delivers a little electrical “shock” to the hair root. Permanent damage to the hair root and reproductive cells of the follicle occur. It can be a tedious process, unlike laser treatments that can treat a much wider area.

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Laser hair removal is not permanent. It reduces hair growth up to 90 percent, but it will not completely remove the hair permanently. So you’ll need additional hair removal treatments every 6 months to a year.Electrolysis will require multiple visits, but it’s less expensive than laser treatments because you will not need repeat treatments once the hair is removed. The multiple visits may be worth it to you because unlike laser, electrolysis hair removal is permanent. The cost of a laser treatment is about $150 to $200. Electrolysis costs about $60 an hour.

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