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    Bikini laser

    Related to my other thread on the subject(forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=177444511), I ask for your experience with laser hair removal. I sure there must be some of you here that have had it done. Please share your thoughts and experiences!
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    I did my first bikini competition may 2018, and I’ve now had laser hair removal done.
    If you plan on competing for some time, laser would definitely be the single thing I would prioritize maybe highest. It saves you many worries, also for those who don’t have the issues you describe.

    (Male competitors are having laser as well in big numbers )

    As most things, laser has its pros and cons:

    The most obvious negative thing is the fact that it’s quite expensive, I would guess that’s what keeps most from doing anything more than to consider having it done. Other negatives worth mention are that it’s rather painful, at least can be (at least on the lady parts), and that it’s actually not permanent, unlike what people generally believe. Well, it permanently removes the hair present at the time of treatment, but you will grow some new hair over time. That’s why you’ll have to go in to get the so called "touch ups" maybe once a year, not a big deal I guess!

    The positive sides totally overrule the negatives! Just imagine not needing to do any daily hair removal, it’s great, not just when you prepare for a competition, but in your daily life as well. Unless you’re a hippie (and prefer to stay hairy) , I’m sure you understand what I’m saying.
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