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  • Sioux - love Devacurl

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    Some of you negative posters seem to have missed the point of the Yes! appliance altogether. Will it remove hair by the roots so it will never grow again? No. Will it change your genetic makeup so that hair won't grow where you don't want it to grow? No. So, did the electrolysis and/or laser treatments do that either?? If you bought a Yes!, then I'm assuming your answer is "no" on both of those counts, too. I have been fighting wiry chin hairs almost all my adult life. The white or clear ones are more stubborn than the dark. Right before my wedding (in 1981), I decided to have electrolysis to end the problem once and for all. WRONG. Not only did this incredibly painful treatment not work, every single needle poke resulted in a white-head, and my chin swelled up like Duddly Doright's. Subsequently, no matter how much the tech backed off on the current, the result was always the same. The aftermath was so bad, it was obvious that I was "doing something" to my face for at least two weeks after an electrolysis session--then it was time for another. There was nothing I could do before or after a treatment to make it appear any less gross. My wedding pictures were all retouched--because my chin was hideous. Shaving and tweezing have been a daily chore for almost 35 years. My skin is so sensitive, I always have zits across my chin that look as painful as they are. Laser treatments did the same thing to me---and since the wiriest hairs are white, it hasn't lessened their growth and they become ingrown. Plus, waiting for enough hairs to grow to the surface to make an expense laser session worthwhile is awful. Every single day has been a struggle. So for you women who have a couple errant hairs you can't tame, I am sorry the Yes! wasn't the panacea in personal grooming you'd hoped for. For me, though, this $40 trinket is a godsend. Every razor, every pre-shave rub and every post-shave treatment has had its own set of side effects...till I tried the Finishing Touch Yes! After trying so many products and procedures without any success, it was a complete shocker that this simple product worked like it does. Perhaps it is just a lighted razor like its naysayers report. The difference is that is it so incredibly gentle on the skin around the hair, the only evidence that you used it is smooth skin without stubble. No other appliance or treatment has even come close to the Yes! in performance on my ultra-sensitive skin. In the past, I would have to wait for a little bit before I could shower or do just about anything. Putting on makeup was a recipe for disaster. Going out in the sun was killer--and I couldn't put anything creamy (like sun-screen) anywhere I'd removed hair on my face. Even the skin around my eyebrows would get red knobs around the follicles after tweezing. Unless you have this problem, you probably cannot imagine all the time and worry I have dedicated to trying to tame bristles that are determined to grow. Unlike everything else I've tried, the Yes! is absolutely pain-free--no smell, no wounds, no scarring, no itching, no redness--no evidence that you have unwanted hair at all. Same with my bikini line---I can finally go to aqua-pilates without wearing shorts over my suit. If it were just a case of not wanting to shave every day, that would be one thing. This is a completely different situation--this product has changed my life. I can't help myself from looking in the mirror and examining my chin. Just the act of fingering my chin in search of a missed bristle kept my chin irritated and broken out all the time. If my Yes! broke tomorrow, I'd be on my way to get another. I am very fair-skinned, but the hairs my chin grows are like wires; even their dark ends were visible beneath the surface. This little appliance is so handy and easy to use, if it spares me fretting about a single errant hair showing by the end of the day, it is everything I hoped for and far, far more.