laser hair removal

For Teen Vogue, by Loni Venti.  If you happen to be one of the people who spends what feels like hours a week shaving in
That burning hair smell could be bad for you -- and worse for your clinician.
Setting the record straight about these popular body hair removal methods.
Here's an up-close look at how the nonsurgical cosmetic treatment works.
Personal grooming just got ... personal.
Getting your laser hair removal covered by insurance will depend very much on your doctor and how understanding they are with your appearance issues.
I've come close to getting laser treatments three times. The first, when I was in college, was after a friend's older sister announced that it was "the greatest thing ever."
It took 10 years post-gynecomastia surgery for me to go to the beach and take off my shirt because I still felt those now phantom breasts and stares.
My first treatment was relatively painless. The laser felt like someone was snapping an elastic band against my skin, and
On the quest for beauty people will try just about anything. There are so many tech gadgets out there now -- how do you know if they actually work?
From waxes, to lasers and vajazzles - there is a whole booming business built around grooming lady bits. Why are we so obsessed with coifing our nether regions and what are the hair-down-there questions we're too embarrassed to ask?
Do you find that having someone massage your feet and polish your nails soothes your anxiety? Do you get uneasy when your hair stylist is on vacation or can't fit you in for monthly highlighting or coloring?
Age aside, not all doctors think hair removal is a downright horror. Gibson notes the public needs to realize that pubic