Monday, February 5, 2018

DEESS Permanent hair removal beauty device iLight 3 plus, pink

I've always wanted to try laser hair removal. But it is expensive. So I have been looking into home laser hair removal. With so many different kinds and brands out there it has been very intimidating. I was given a chance to try this one from Deess. I have to say I was thrilled to be given a chance to try this and so far I am very pleased with the ease of use. Before I decided to accept I did look up the brand and read tons of reviews, and for the most part this seemed like an excellent product to try.

Now that I have this device I am so far very happy with it. I have only had it long enough to do 2 treatments and have really not seen a lot of results as of yet but I do feel like the hair is growing back slower then before I tried it.

The Hair removal device it about 9 inches long and fits pretty well in my hand. It is not overly heavy. There are 5 intensity levels to choose from with the simple push of a button. You should start with level 1 and increase the intensity until you get a tingling feeling. I started out on my arm and move the device to a different spot on my arm with each flash and increase of the intensity until I got the level right for me. You do not want this to be painful, but yet you do not want to feel nothing either.

Once you have your intensity level right for you, you begin the treatment. Depending on what area of the body you are using it on depends on how long it will take to complete. Once you plug the device in and set your intensity you will wait for all the lights to turn green. Then you are ready to begin. Make sure you wear the safety glasses included. Simply lightly press the device to the skin and push the button you will hold the button for a second or 2 until the light flashes. Then move the device about an inch or so and repeat. When you have completed the whole area you should start over and do it a second time. You should repeat treatments once a week. You should start to see real results in 3 to 4 treatments. It is suggested you repeat weekly treatment for 10 to 12 weeks or until the hair does not grow back. Then you should repeat ever 4 to 6 weeks afterwards to keep the hair gone.

I had a hysterectomy about 15 years ago and was not given hormone replacement. I have facial hair growing as well as have to shave my legs and underarms daily. I also have what I call man hair growing. It is very thick and dark. This is the main reasons for me wanting to try laser hair removal. I am so excited with this simple home light.  The bulb is good for 350000 flashes and Deess sells replacement bulbs to keep me going. All in all it is cheaper to buy the device and replacement bulbs then it is for just 1 treatment of one body part at a retail location.

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I received this product for free or  at a discounted price in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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