Son of Rantettes & Ravettes

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Re: Son of Rantettes & Ravettes

Post by Sir Spankspeople » Mon Jun 29, 2020 5:56 pm

Rave: With restrictions easing, electrolysis is back on the table, though only on my neck for now since both myself and my electrologist continue to wear maks.

Rant: Since I can't shave if I want the hair removed properly, I have a *literal* neckbeard now.

10 sessions down, only ~90+ to go... *sigh*
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Re: Son of Rantettes & Ravettes

Post by FirebirdNC » Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:06 am

Sir Spankspeople wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 5:56 pm
Rave: With restrictions easing, electrolysis is back on the table, though only on my neck for now since both myself and my electrologist continue to wear maks.

Rant: Since I can't shave if I want the hair removed properly, I have a *literal* neckbeard now.

10 sessions down, only ~90+ to go... *sigh*
How painful is the actual treatment? 90 to go? wow good luck to you.
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Re: Son of Rantettes & Ravettes

Post by Rorschach » Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:22 am

Is it permanent after 90 treatments, Spanks? Or by that point does the hormone therapy kick in?
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Re: Son of Rantettes & Ravettes

Post by Sir Spankspeople » Tue Jun 30, 2020 12:43 pm

Hormone therapy will make hair grow in a bit more slowly and thinner, but once the beard has grown in it'll never stop on its own. Laser will reduce it, but it could eventually come back, and I'm not a good candidate anyways, being very blonde.

Electrolysis goes in with a needle, one hair at a time, and shocks the follicle, causing the bulb to explode, killing the root, so it's permanent. The issue is that it only really works during certain stages of hair growth, and there's no way to tell which stage the hair is in until you pull it out. The only way to get it all is to do a full pass, and then keep doing it.

Average is between 100-200 sessions, though *thankfully* my facial hair is pretty sparse. The individual hairs are extremely thick and tough, but she's worked out the correct needle width and power to do it fairly easily. Last week we did a full pass of the neck, and this week we're going to do the underside of the chin.

Neck I barely feel it, for the most part, which is unusual, but as she goes further north it gets more and more painful, with the upper lip basically being the worst.
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Re: Son of Rantettes & Ravettes

Post by Some Egrets » Mon Jul 06, 2020 11:40 pm

aaaaaaaaaaaa geez and here I thought having to give myself one little jab a day was a hassle, I mean, I knew that's *how* it worked, but not the gritty details, y'know?

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Re: Son of Rantettes & Ravettes

Post by Greg Dean » Tue Jul 07, 2020 8:32 pm

I did 5 laser sessions which definitely lightened things, but I still get a "scruff" I can feel after about 2-3 days. It's not really visible, but it's still a huge issue for me.

I was just planning on trying to see an electrologist when the lockdown started, and I'm being way too paranoid about it to even consider it until there's a potential vaccine. I'm glad you're able to get back on it! :D

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