> Gonna get this done...
Balls-n-all removes all hair on a male’s private parts, including the shaft and base of the penis, the testicles, the area between the anus and the testicles, as well as the area between the bum cheeks.
I'm halfway through my treatments, took about a month and a half. I do it at home (tria laser). Probably cheaper and definitely much more convenient if you don't mind staring at your bumhole in a mirror.
Got tired of waxing every month, this is definitely worth it.
> WTF you can do this yourself!
(tria laser)The first and only clinically-proven cordless laser available for home use, the Hair Removal Laser 4X uses the same diode laser technology preferred by dermatologists to target and permanently disable the hair follicle for permanent results.
This is a no go
If the Tria sensors pick up a darker skin tone, it locks and won’t allow the user to emit a pulse. There’s also a long list of other contraindications: You can’t use it on eyebrows, ears, nipples, genitals, a man’s face, tattoos, or moles. ''
>If the Tria sensors pick up a darker skin tone
the device is pressed to a skin location once to unlock. you can press it against any skin to unlock and then and use the laser anywhere else if you want. burns are possible if you use it on dark skin + high power (just like any salon laser), so don't do that. use lower power.
>You can’t use it on eyebrows, ears, nipples, genitals, a man’s face, tattoos, or moles
Of course you can, it's just not recommended or tested for that use. Your skin won't fall off, I guarantee. A mole might cause a burn, but you go around that because you're not an idiot.
Fuck, I've been going to the salon for hair removal and it's a bitch. Mostly I don't have time to go there.
I want to try this tria thing but there's a lot of mixed reviews. It's $500-600 here, though it looks like some people will sell it hardly used for 300-400
...Fuck me for being Canadian and getting assfucked by currency conversion.
I have pale skin and dark hair and that's what laser is most effective on, but I can tell you all it fucking HURTS on thick hair. It's the strangest pain, and if it's near a bone it feels like bone pain. I have gotten tattoos, and some real stupid injuries, but high level laser on thick hair is a special, special kind of hell.
Still think I'll cop this and give it a shot. Just gonna try to see a few more reviews before laying down the cash.
this is essentially my experience as well. it hurts (maybe 3 or 4 out of 10 pain, like the first half second of a bee sting) but it works.
&I'll likely not be buying from tria, the extra $200 or so isn't worth the 90day policy to me.
Excited if this works for me, though. Waste so much money on razor blades.
I'm gonna pass on lazoring my balls