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New Year, New You: Plan Accordingly!

1 Dec
Looking to enter the New Year looking younger and more refreshed?  It’s important to plan your beauty needs around a hectic holiday schedule, so if you’re thinking of amping up your look for the New Year (or any Holiday Parties) here’s some helpful hints/guidelines:

Non-Invasive

Spray Tan

Spray tans typically last 7-14 days.  If your thinking of spraying (which I highly recommend), do it as close to your event as possible!  You can’t shower for 6 hours after a spray, and you can smell a little bit sugary post-spray, so keep this in mind.  For the best results, spray the day before.  

Facial

A plain old facial can be done anywhere from a few days to a month before a special date.  But remember, book early, because this is a very popular treat during this time of year!  It’s also a great gift to give to someone who is impossible to shop for!  Everyone enjoys being pampered.  If you are planning on doing Botox or fillers, a facial should be done either immediately before or 5 days after any treatments! 

Chemical Peel

Degree of peeling can vary, and you don’t want to look like a snake shedding its hide for your holiday parties (it’s slightly unattractive, and not the attention you want!).  Talk to the aesthetician performing your peel and be CLEAR if you have any Holiday parties. ‘Tis the Season for Chemical Peels!.  For a real good, deep peel, expect about a week to two of down time.

Very Important:  moisturize often with a pharmaceutical or cosmeceutical grade product after a peel.  Many places have post-treatment kits.  Do NOT pick at your skin!  Stay out of the sun!

Waxing

Remember, waxing your brows or lip shouldn’t be done the day of an event.  The process can irritate your skin, leaving it a little red.  Icing the area helps.  Or an anti-inflammatory like ibuprofen.  Make sure to keep the area clean to keep bacteria out of your pores, and causing break outs.

Microdermabrasion.

Often done during the same time as a facial, and can cause some minor redness.  Protect your skin after this treatment. Stay out of the sun.

Laser Skin Rejuvenation Treatments

Depending on the laser, and the treatment, there can be some downtime with this (discoloration and flaking), anywhere from a day to a week.  Ask your practitioner what to expect with the treatment you are receiving.  These treatments really make your skin look great!  Never heard of laser skin rejuvenation?  There will be blog posts to come!

Eyelash Extensions

Although a little expensive, they look great for the holiday season.  They should be done about a week before your big event.  They take some getting used to! Lovely Lashes!.

Minimally Invasive Procedures

These can be tricky to time.  If you are planning on doing any non-invasive procedures, they should be done either immediately before Botox and Fillers, or 5 days after.  This is because you don’t want Botox to travel into the wrong muscle group, or fillers to be moved into the wrong area.  Use good judgement with timing your treatments!
 
Also, I think this year is the time to abolish the false notion and rumors about these products.  With small doses and a trained injector, you will look amazing!  If you don’t believe me, just ask my mom! 

Botox

It takes a few days for this treatment to work (anywhere from 2-14), fortunately, there is no downtime with this procedure (no bruising, no swelling).  If you want the best results from your Botox, plan on having your treatment 2 weeks prior to the 1st!

Fillers (Radiesse, Juvéderm… Perlene, Restyline, ect. ect.)

Depending on the area of injection, there can be some minor bruising (or major depending on the injector).  Invest in some Arnica cream, and expect the worst (2 weeks).  Cheek augmentation bruises the least, while lip augmentation and nasal labial folds tend to bruise the most.  Gosh, I hate it when I have dental work 😉  — A great excuse one client came up with!

Things Probably Best Left to do Until After the Holiday Season:

–  Bioenhancers like Sculptra Aesthetic (it can take up to 6 weeks to see a difference)

–  Plastic Surgery (unless you are planning on using your vacation time to get that breast aug you’ve been waiting for!)

–  Changing your hair color (stick to what you know looks good on you!)

–  Trying a new cream on your face.  (Although everyone should be using pharmaceutical grade products, sometimes they can irritate the skin at first.  Now is not the time to find out).  HINT HINT:  Especially Rentin-A!

Questions?  Feel Free To Email Me!  info@bostonbeautyblog.co

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Skin Under Stress

29 Nov

“50% of my patients are presenting with stress-related skin problems”

– Leslie Baumann, director of cosmetic dermatology at the University of Miami Cosmetic Medicine and Research Institute.

I was given an interesting article from Allure magazine about skin issues and stress (which is a huge problem many of us have, including myself).  Eighty seven percent of respondents in the allure.com poll said they “notice a difference in their skin when they’re stressed out.”

When under stress, our bodies release adrenaline that elevates the level of a hormone called cortisol in the blood.  High cortisol levels also cause the skin to produce inflammatory agents, causing redness.  This hormone also tells fat cells to release sugar into the bloodstream for energy.  Stress cause our sebaceous glands to produce more oil that bacteria thrive on, leading to clogging and inflammation of a follicle.  If only we could stop stress!

Don’t Pick!

Finger nails are dirty, and long nails tear the skin, allowing more bacteria in.  Although it feels like such a stress relief to squeeze and pop pimples, it makes acne harder to treat, and increases the chances you will wind up with red or brown marks.

Stick a Post-it note on your mirror, keep your hands busy with a stress ball, and STAY OUT of the magnifying mirror (in fact, throw that thing out!).  Being around aesthetician’s all the time has helped me stop touching.  They are constantly asking me:  are you touching your face?  Have a friend ask you.

This time of year is exceptionally stressful.  So find something that relaxes you!  Yoga, tea, music, reading my blog 🙂 … anything.  Enjoy your busy December everyone!

Exercise?!?!… but “Nothing replaces traditional…

23 Nov

Liposuction”

A funny quote from the office. I was invited to observe lipoplasty (aka liposuction).  Of course I was psyched!  Before I receive a million hate mails–remember:  the point of my blog is to give information to everyone.  Just because this isn’t  something your interested in doesn’t mean someone else isn’t.  Beauty IS part individual ideals ;). See Beauty Defined.  Also… I tried not to be graphic but still be informative.  I also had the patients permission to write about her experience.  I may add pictures later.

What to expect during the procedure

The patient had baseline vitals and was medicated with xanex and percocet prior to the procedure.  She was marked by the surgeon in a few places on her neck (it was neck lipoplasty).  After the medication took effect, she was laid on the procedure table.  It is a sedated procedure, so the patient was awake and talking throughout.

Local anesthetic was injected before a small incision was made under her chin.  Then a liquid was injected that was a mixture of drugs that separated the skin from the fat, vasoconstricted (to prevent bleeding), and a numbing agent.  The surgeon separated the fascia tissue holding the skin and fat together and used a suction cannula to suck out the fat.  The neck does not contain much fat to suction, only about 100 cc’s was removed.  The patient felt comfortable throughout the procedure.  The procedure took an hour and a half from start to finish.

Sexy Head Bra

Post care instructions are pretty standard.  6 weeks of recovery time.  PLUS EXTRA BONUS:  You get to wear a sexy head bra!  (This keeps fluid from the area, and keeps the skin tight).  Remember, you may require some skin tightening post treatment.  This patient will be doing Ultera in 4-6 months.  Ultera is AWESOME (blog post coming soon)!  It was a great success and the patient is very happy!

Well what about laser? 

(from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons website)

Laser liposuction

Laser liposuction focuses low-energy waves delivered by a thin laser fiber that’s inserted through small incisions. The laser energy is focused on the part of the body where you’d like to have a fatty pocket removed. After the fat is melted, a small cannula is used to suck out the liquefied fat.

Ultrasound assisted liposuction

The fat is dissolved by the ultrasonic waves that are emitted from the end of a cannula that’s inserted through small incisions. Ultrasonic waves delivered through the cannula emulsify or liquefy the fat. After the fat is liquefied, it is then sucked out through a small cannula.

*Note, these are ASSISTED lipoplasties.  So what about regular laser and fat melting?  It’s not that easy my friends.  These procedures are typically performed in locations that don’t offer plastic surgery as an option.  Watch out for good marketing when it comes to these procedures.I have observed some great results from Zerona, but if home care instructions aren’t followed exactly… don’t expect these procedures to work for you.  And remember: 

Nothing Replaces Traditional Liposuction!

 
** For those of you who believe “nothing replaces traditional exercise” remember:  there are a lot of factors to consider when taking plastic surgery into consideration, and it shouldn’t be a thoughtless decision by ANYONE.  Lipoplasty will not keep the fat off forever, only exercise and a good diet will do that.  🙂 
 

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

That’s NOT Botox.

18 Nov
Another strong misunderstanding a lot of people have around the Boston Area is what products go where Botox does not.   If it’s caused by gravity:  THAT’S NOT BOTOX!

HYALURONIC ACID (HA) FILLERS (TEMPORARY)

Hyaluronic acid fillers are synthetic sugars that attract water molecules.  They are placed in actual wrinkles or other areas that need volume and offer instant results. They fill in marionette lines, lift up jowls or plump up volume along the jaw line where definition has been lost.

Restylane, Perlane and Juvéderm (www.juvederm.com) are the most commonly used hyaluronic acid fillers, with Juvéderm being the leading product (I refer to Restylane as ‘old school’).  There is no need for allergy testing, as these products are sugars your body naturally makes.  There is little pain with injection, as the new products come with lidocaine added as a powder to the product.   Expect a topical numbing agent (topical lidocaine) to be applied prior to injection.  This should be left on for AT LEAST 20 minutes.  The actual procedure only takes about 15 minutes.  Swelling and bruising are possible and you should probably not do a filler if you have an important event within a week from treatment.  ICE ICE ICE!  I also recommend arnica montana cream which can be purchased at GNC or Whole Foods.  You can expect results to last from six months to a year, depending on the brand and where it is placed (Juvéderm lasts the longest).

I have Juvéderm filler in my lips.  It feels and looks natural.  It was the first injectable I tried, and I’m very happy with it.  😉  I mostly just use HA’s in the lips and very deep frown lines between the brows.  Reason being, HA’s are injected into the superficial dermis and do not give as good of a fill for the cost for deep lines and folds.  I like other products more for those very deep lines.

Calcium Hydroxylapitate (SEMI-PERMANENT)

Radiesse (www.radiesse.com) is an example of a semi-permanent filler and it is made from calcium molecules suspended in a gel which stimulates your collagen. The microspheres in it create “scaffolding” that your own collagen will grow around, but is eventually broken down by the body. Radiesse can be used to fill the nasolabial folds and marionette lines, as well as define the contours of the face.  It goes deep in the dermal layer of skin, and should NEVER go in the lips!

Lidocaine topical should be applied 20 minutes prior to injection.  Lidocaine is added to the product immediately prior to injection.

I recently had a little lift put in my cheeks (as described in a prior blog).  I had zero pain or discomfort.  The lidocaine eventually traveled down my nerve from my cheek to my lips.  It felt a little funny!  It looks and feels completely natural. 

COLLAGEN STIMULATORS (aka collagen builders or stimulating fillers)

Collagen stimulators contain particles that signal the skin to produce more collagen. Instead of just filling in select lines and wrinkles, these are used on larger areas like the cheeks.  They can be used in areas where synthetic fillers look somewhat unnatural (like the lower face under the cheek area).  Results are not immediate; it takes about 6 weeks to see the result of the collagen stimulation; however, the product lasts two years.  Most women prefer the gradual change in their facial contour.

Sculptra (www.sculptraaesthetic.com) is an example of a collagen stimulator. It is approved by the FDA for restoration and/or correction of the signs of facial fat loss (lipoatrophy) in people with human immunodeficiency virus (as is Radiesse). Most patients require an average of two to three treatments six weeks apart for optimal results.

I had Sculptra injected into my temples.  Zero pain.  My patients are in LOVE with this product.  It costs about as much as other fillers when you take into consideration how long it lasts.  It also looks COMPLETELY natural due to the fact it’s ALL your own collagen produced.  I foresee this product being my number one injectable within the next year!  Move over Botox!!! 

COLLAGEN FILLERS

Although collagen fillers changed the face of beauty when they entered the marketplace in the 1980s, they quickly fell out of favor when longer-lasting hyaluronic acid was introduced. However, many doctors still use collagen, especially for plumping the lips and filling in “smoker’s lines” around the mouth.  Although overfilling is necessary to achieve the desired result, the excess fluid is absorbed over the first few hours after treatment, and minor redness and swelling subside in a few days.  Results last from two to three months… also known as a waste of money when there are so many better products!

Product Review: Skin Cancer Preventing Ingredients

16 Nov
I hope I officially warned you about the dangers of tanning with my previous post.  I hope if you are regular tanner, you have considered switching to Spray tanning. Thank you for the great responses to that post!  I’m so proud of your efforts.  Did you see an Aesthetician yet?????  Because that’s Step 1: See a Professional.

Vitamin A

The “Skin Vitamin.”  An disposable  factor in the maintenance of youthful, healthy skin.  Helps prevent and reverse photo-aging and helps improve hydration.  The unique thing about the line Environ, is the Vitamin A is in graduated concentrations.  It is formulated in the form of Retinyl Palmitate and Acetate.  This allows you to treat your skin, while acclimating safely to the highest levels of vitamin A available topically. This process prevents the possibility of developing a retinoid reaction common to all high levels Vitamin A (don’t be scared… I LOVE rentinol for any skin that’s over 30 … or has been in a tanning bed).
Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a free radical scavenger and plays an important role in the formation of collagen.  Vitamin C combined with Vitamin A addresses skin laxity most effectively.  It also facilitates in the reduction of uneven skin tone and blemishes.  Oh, and it moisturizes like no other!
Antioxidants (Free Radical Quenchers)
Vitamins C, E, B5, beta-carotene are used to counteract the effects of the free radicals in the skin that are formed everyday.  Sounds important, because it truly is.  But  often times many of you  think:  I have NO idea what a free radical is or why I need an antioxidant.  This is my simple explanation:  Think about an atom.  It has electrons in the outer ring that can be knocked out of their orbit, making the atom unstable.  Also, there is now an electron flying around all over the place knocking other electrons out of orbit.  Not good.  I’ll explain why in a later post.  Too many electrons are bad, even in a blog post!
I obviously get inundated with questions about products.  I have two lines that I fully LOVE and in response to today’s post I recommend a line called Environ.(Can be purchased at Pure Skin Care Salon, in Stoughton MA).  This product was originally developed by Dr. Des Fernandes, a plastic surgeon who worked in reconstruction with cancer patients.  It is a pharmaceutical grade line and can and SHOULD only be bought from a trained professional.  I understand it is hard to switch your products, but please refer to my blog about why you should use cosmeceutical/pharmaceutical grade products, they really work!  This line has high doses of Vitamin A, C, & E Antioxidants, peptides, penetrant enhancers and much more.  All of the Ingredients are active, meaning the penetrate on a cellular level.  Many other lines only sit on the surface of the skin, and may feel good but do nothing.  LK Stamp of Approval.
I am so having one of my web designers create a stamp of approval icon!!!!! It’s the little things that excite me!!!   I hope they excite you and open you up to a new way of think.
 Skin Cancer is preventable and very curable if found early. 

Indoor Tanning Statistics – Woah.

15 Nov

There’s a fine line between tan and looking like you rolled in a bag of doritos..

INDOOR TANNING

  • Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) is a proven human carcinogen.33 Currently tanning beds are regulated by the FDA as Class I medical devices, the same designation given elastic bandages and tongue depressors.34 
  • The International Agency for Research on Cancer, an affiliate of the World Health Organization, includes ultraviolet (UV) tanning devices in its Group 1, a list of the most dangerous cancer-causing substances.35 Group 1 also includes agents such as plutonium, cigarettes, and solar UV radiation.36 
  • Frequent tanners using new high-pressure sunlamps may receive as much as 12 times the annual UVA dose compared to the dose they receive from sun exposure.37 
  • Ten minutes in a sunbed matches the cancer-causing effects of 10 minutes in the Mediterranean summer sun.38 
  • Nearly 30 million people tan indoors in the U.S. every year39; 2.3 million of them are teens.40 
  • On an average day, more than one million Americans use tanning salons.41 
  • Seventy-one percent of tanning salon patrons are girls and women aged 16-29.42 
  • Indoor ultraviolet (UV) tanners are 74 percent more likely to develop melanoma than those who have never tanned indoors.43 
  • People who use tanning beds are 2.5 times more likely to develop squamous cell carcinoma and 1.5 times more likely to develop basal cell carcinoma.44 
  • The indoor tanning industry has an annual estimated revenue of $5 billion.40

from The Skin Cancer Foundation website

My next blog will be about a great product line to prevent melonoma!

There’s a fine line between tan and looking like you rolled in a bag of doritos.

14 Nov

Dear My Generation,

Stop going in the tanning bed.  It is BAD for you.  I hear you.  It looks good… it’s addicting… it feels good to be in the warmth of the bed.  I used to tan all the time.  Since I started working in aesthetics thought, I’ve become extremely pale.  I refuse to sit in the sun without S.P.F and a hat.  I don’t care how silly I look, I know the effects of the sun, and being a sun worshiper will effect my career.  So I stopped.  I know not everyone needs to look young for a job, so why do you think you look better after tanning?

If your answer to this is I want to clear up my acne, my answer to you is:  SEE AN AESTHETICIAN.

Step 1: See a Professional then Step 2: Spend wisely on products that WORK.

If you say, I like the look of being tan, I say spray it.  I just learned how fun spraying is!

Using natural elements like sugarcane and beets based products won’t clog  your pores, and better yet, it won’t cause skin cancer, and most important:  It won’t prematurely age your skin!!!  My favorite part:  I smell like candy after tanning!  (I have a sweet tooth).

90% of aging is due to the sun.  All the sun worshipers of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s are obvious when they walk in my door.  Usually within minutes of our first conversation they tell me they used to sit in the sun with baby oil.  And reflectors.  These women have notably thick leathery skin.  This is from natural UV light, I’d hate to see what we’re (well not me… my generation) going to look like!

So if you feel the need to be tan, please PLEASE go spray tan!

Product Review: Skin Cancer Preventing Ingredients.

 

Before Spray

After Spray

A Wrinkle In Time–My Botox Lines

10 Nov

While I’m waiting for a few experts to help edit some skin-care specific entries, I thought it’s about time to introduce my favorite pharmaceutical–Botox Cosmetic.  One in four women over the age of 30 is interested in learning more about Botox, so you are not alone!!!  Not only am I user of Botox, but I am also the President (of it’s fan club), and a provider of this fountain of youth!  I consider myself an expert of injection techniques, the product’s history and safety information.

Isn’t it Botulism:

No!  Botox, or onobotulonium toxin, is a protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and is considered a powerful neurotoxin.  When injected into the muscle in small doses, it has a relaxing effect.  Have you ever taken penicillin?  Did you know that it is derived from mold?  But it’s not mold.  All medications come from somewhere.  Both penicillin and Botox are pharmaceutical drugs, they both come from natural organisms, and they are both safe when used in a proper manor.

What will it feel like:

Most patient’s claim it hurts less than waxing.

Where does it go:

Botox is injected into the muscle, which is under the skin.  There are many different muscles in your face, and each have antagonist and agonist roles (push and pull).  In order to get rid of certain lines, an entire muscle group may need to be treated.

Are results immediate:

It takes 2-14 days to see the full result of Botox.

Will you look like plastic:

Botox is dose dependent, and results are based on the amount of product used.  Our office treats every client on an individual basis.  A minimum dose of Botox is used for each client to avoid the “plastic” look.  Please refer to the satisfaction survey diagrammed to the left.  Please also note that 9% of the population is never satisfied with anything.  Therefore I give Botox a 100% satisfaction guarantee, but I am slightly biased.  🙂

How long will it last:

Botox typically lasts 3-6 months, depending on the treatment dose and how your body responds.  If you choose to not continue treatment, your skin will go back to normal; however, when you decide you love it (which you will due to it’s 100% satisfaction rate), you should keep up on treatment when you see movement return.  The more you keep up on your Botox, the longer it lasts.  Why?  Think about when you go to the gym and you get really strong arms… and then you stop going and the muscle dies because you aren’t using it as much.  Same idea with your facial muscles.

Is it safe:

Botox is very safe when administered by a trained medical professional.  It has been used medicinally for over 50 years.  It would take over 300 times the dose used in cosmetics to be dangerous to your body.   The American Society of Plastic Surgeon’s logged Botox Cosmetic injections as the leading minimally invasive procedure for the last few years, with 5.4 million treatments last year, so somebody’s doing it (actually 5.4 million people are doing it!).  My client’s biggest complaint:  I wish I had done this sooner!

Botox for Migraines:

I bet you didn’t know you could use Botox for migraines!  Botox was FDA approved for Migraines on October 10, 2010. Eight out of 10 people found the number of headaches they had to decrease AT LEAST 30% and the severity of the headache to decrease by over 70% as well.  Studies show Botox not only helps with Migraines, but other types of severely painful headaches as well.  Also, Botox is non-addicting (technically) and non-habit forming like many migraine treatments are!  Yay Botox for migraines!

I’m sure you all have many more questions about the wonders of Botox, so stay tuned!

Microdermabrasion

7 Nov
We all know I love chemical peels, (‘Tis the Season for Chemical Peels!) but my second must do treatment for every woman: Microdermabrasion!!!!
What does it do?
It mechanically exfoliates the top layer of skin, removing  dead skin and debris (that both greatly contribute to aging/skin cancer). Microderm also: Helps to soften fine lines and scarring, breakup acne and hyperpigmentation, it brightens the skin, and creates an epidermis (outer layer of skin) that allows for better penetration of products during a facial, and also at home.  You will leave with glowing skin!
How it works:  The abrasion tool uses aluminum oxide microcrystals in combination with a vacuum attachment.  This process removes the top layer of the epidermis, which is primarily dead skin cells. This layer is responsible for keeping the moisture barrier of the skin active,  and also keeping things like bacteria out of our body. It is also responsible for those fine lines and blemishes we love so much!
The vacuum manipulation, stimulates the fibroblasts (cells that produce collagen) and the skin becomes red (Erythema-produces collagen as a result).  This process also increases the presence of collagen and elastin in the dermis.  The idea is if you break up the top layer of dead cells, the body will respond by healing itself with new cells. This is the perfect time to start using good at home products! Step 2: Spend wisely.
 
Does it hurt: No, only the top layer of skin (which is dead) receives the treatment.  Treatments  (if done by the right professional) should be predictable and virtually painless.  
Who should be doing it? Your certified Aesthetician. You really don’t want to be using at home products to do this yourself. You can tear or irritate your skin, making it a prime target for infection.

Is there down time?  There is no downtime, progressive, gentle treatments will provide optimum results.  There may be a little or redness or irritation, which your Aesthetician will discuss with you.

A Little About Laser

2 Nov

Fun Math

I’m 5’8″ tall.  I’d say a good 3 1/2 feet of that is legs.  I figure I spend 30 minutes a day shaving those legs (and underarm and bikini).

30 min./day X 365 days/year = 10,950 minutes/year wasted shaving

That’s a lot of minutes ladies!!

Now let’s do razors, and I’m going to underestimate.

$12/month on razors

12 months/year

shave for 50 years

That’s $7,200 a lifetime on razors.

Plus shaving cream.  Let’s say that’s $5 a month.  That’s $3,000 dollars a lifetime.  For a total of over $10,000 (not to mention the price of hot water).  And not to mention being in the shower shaving for an entire year of your life (over 50 years).  That’s a lot of wasted time an money.  And if you don’t shave every day… it’s always that day that you don’t shave that you need to wear a dress!

Fun Facts

  • There were 932,000 laser hair removal procedures in 2010 according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeon’s Report of 2010 Plastic Surgery Statistics.
  • Most people consider laser pretty expensive, but if you refer back to the fun math portion of this blog… it’s actually cheaper in the long run.  Plus you can’t put a price on the time you save, especially when getting ready for a date!  The reason laser is somewhat costly:  the machine uses a gemstone to create the beam.  The first laser was called a Ruby because it used a Ruby gemstone.
  • The laser beam is attracted to dark color, so you need to make sure your hair is dark enough for the laser, otherwise electrolysis is your best option.  Also, do not wear dark underwear on days of treatment.
  • Laser should not take more than 8 sessions.  If you have been going for years, you’ve been going to the wrong person, and your hair may no longer be eligible for treatment.
  • Please check out the person doing your laser.  This is not a simple procedure and you can get severely hurt.  My best advice, stay out of Sleek MedSpa.  It is known in the industry to be unsafe.  Go to a few places, gather information, stay away from false promises!

My Experience

I have lasered my bikini and my underarms.  Love it.  It took 4 sessions to do my underarms and 5 for my bikini.  No more forgetting to shave and no more ingrown hairs.  Embarrassing!  I’m starting to laser my legs (because I’m learning how to use a laser).  Hair belongs on your head, no where else!

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