Saturday, January 23, 2016

Go Hairless | Types of Hair Removal Methods

Back in high school, I still remember how I dress up just to cover up my feet. I never dare to reveal my feet in the hostel or school. I was afraid that my friends or roommates would make joke of me.

Our high school's uniform come in two pieces, fully in white, sort of the usual white top and the A-shaped skirt. To get 'in-trend' and be 'one-of-the-girl', I used to fold my skirt until it got above my knees. I guess it was quite a common technique to shorten or lengthen the skin flexibly just by folding up the skirt on the waist part.

The secret of hair still got to explode one day.
When we were slacking around in the canteen, one of my male classmate pointed and looked at my feet with his kind of shock face, I felt I was somehow being embarrassed or visually molested? Instantly, he threw out with a question, "how dare you dress in skirt like this with such hairy feet?" And, I rapidly shut and lessen the smile on my face.

WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS MUCH OF HAIR?
It was inherited and I got nothing to do with it.

Deep down in my heart, I was hurt and crazily went through all sort of hair removal methods. Within all the methods, I have chosen the shaving method which is the fastest and cost-saving one. I shaved my feet like once in two weeks and just couldn't stop because my hair was growing way too fast. I found back my confidence after shaving my feet and never afraid to reveal my feet or even dress up with shorts.

Yet, I found that my skin has become rougher and my hair was thickening after shaving. There started my approach with Veets Wazing Strips when I was financially stable and that is what I am still using it right now. So, I can tell that I have about 10 years of experience in waxing?

Luckily with the development of Science and Tech, there comes a lots of hair removal method done by the professionals beside doing some removal at home, like waxing, IPL and now the Sumuzu.


Here's the comparison of all the hair removal methods and soon I'll be going to share about my hair removal journey with Sumuzu at Ido's Clinic with all of you in details!

Since aesthetic surgery has been a trend and talk of the town, guess Ido's Clinic is no strange to all of you as we used to see their advertisements on newspaper and outlets everywhere, in Penang, Klang Valley, Johor, Indonesia and Singapore.
Founded in 2011, Ido's is the fastest growing skin, laser and aesthetic clinic in Malaysia with legally certification and professional doctors. They provide holistic and effective aesthetic treatments, covering from skin, face, body to hair. with the fusion of science, medicine and art. They strongly hold to their philosophy of delivering treatments which are of clinically proves, non to minimal downtime, affordable and FDA-approved state of the art laser technology.

Not to talk too much because I know picture speaks a thousand words. Don't forget to stay tune on my next post!

p/s: The new post on the Before and After was up!

31 comments:

  1. I have the same problem with you dear. Hairy legs! Ugh the horror of it when in schooling days. Will check out this treatment and say bye bye to them

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  2. Looking forward to your next post. I've only heard about IPL but never Sumuzu. Wonder how that will go.

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  3. I hate hairy legs too! but i usually pluck instead of shave dear. I think shaving makes the hair grow thicker.

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  4. I'm curious with the result. Looking forward to your next post. :)

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  5. Ah I think this is a post that everyone can relate to Amelie dear :) But Ido's treatment is rather good - will stay tuned for the documented experience soonest :)

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  6. I guess this is a game changer for the girls who prefer to be smooth, sorry you had to go through that in highschool. please do share all the results and progress with us

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  7. oh! I shave it every 2 days. Waxing is a big no for me. laser may be will try. Ido clinic is kind of famous for this.

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  8. can't wait to see your pics. Yeah I too shave my legs, hehe.. so shaving it like 3 times a week.

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  9. I am curious of the outcome comparison.
    Luckily I don't have much trouble with hair removal.

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  10. sumuzu seems really quick in hair removal! :D looking forward for your review

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  11. now you got me all curious... hurry up and share what sumuzu is... I wanna know...

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  12. you're right waxing is so so pain i wanna know sumuzu seems interesting because it's less pain

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  13. The more you shave, the faster your hair grows and thicker too. I'm not sure if this is true but I hope that your newfound technique works for you.

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  14. thanks for sharing this. definitely need a lower cost but yet effective method to do this!

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  15. Can't wait to read more about your experience on this treatment soon!

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  16. Never knew that there are so many types of hair removal! I am kinda a lazy girl though, so usually i prefer shave over pluck!

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  17. Can't wait for you to share about Sumuzu, because I having the same issue~

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  18. I got hairy leg also. Can't Wait to see your journey post. Please share asap ya.

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  19. Cant wait for your next post, I need to get rid some of my unwanted hair too.

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  20. first time hearing about sumuzu treatment, i wanna know more!

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  21. i'd go for waxing, that's the best method for me

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  22. Never try Sumuzu yet. I wondering how the treatment been done? I hate waxing as I scare pain.

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  23. I always wonder how to remove hair painlessly, thanks for the tips :)

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  24. I'm sure your feet don't look like Frodo's! Easiest to cover feet would be to wear socks and shoes :)

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