Sensica RPL Hair Removal Treatment

Hair removal. It's a super touchy topic. It's gross. It's gross and it's gross. But time has made it less so, and also easy. I grew up shaving, duh, and then graduated to waxing when I had the balls (and money) to do it all over. It's something I thought I'd be doing my whole life because while it's always been super painful for me, it was the best way to defuzz myself for long periods at a time.

But then came laser hair removal. This is a process that's always been out of my price range and to be honest, just looked very time consuming. I know that in the end I would spend less time with a razor, or a strip of wax, but it was never for me. Spending thousands of dollars getting it done, STILL having to shave, and keeping a very specific appointment schedule was a lot. But eventually I chose a spot that I wanted hairless (my underarms) and bit the bullet. The experience was surprisingly not awful. I have several tattoos so the discomfort that came with the laser treatment was totally tolerable. It actually didn't really feel like much, so I was happy about that. What I wasn't so happy about was the cost. I paid an average of $150 per session for 6 sessions. Now THAT was painful, and I can't imagine the cost of I did my legs or bikini area, but I'm so glad I never have to worry about throwing on a tank top and that is a huge deal.

Because I've been through the process, and love to experiment, I got the Sensica's Hair Removal Set. Tons of companies have these out and the price ranges vary, but this system comes with an affordable price, so I think it's worth a try. The initial package comes with the machine, and an aftercare cream, which I will get to later.

With any kind of device, this comes with a long list of instructions and how to's and it's really important to read through them before getting started. I read the instructions like five time before I started using it to make sure I didn't miss a step. After all, I am doing this on my legs, and what good would it be if I do something wrong and give myself a nasty scar because of it, right?

So far I've done one treatment on one of my legs and I can't wait to start seeing a difference with hair growth. The instructions say to leave two weeks between treatments for the first 1-5 and because this is RPL, I'm following the directions to a T. I like that I don't have to deal with settings using this because it senses my skin tone, which takes the guess work out. And starting in the colder months is great because I don't have to worry about having my treated legs under the hot sun as much. As much because it's fall in Los Angeles and it's still about 90 degrees out. I'm excited to keep using this machine and if it works as great as promised, soon I'll never have to shave or wax my legs again, and all for the cost of one treatment machine and lots of patience!

One thing that I really like about the SensiLight Mini 100 Permanent Hair Removal Device is that it comes with SensiLight Cool, which is a nice after treatment moisturizer that re-hydrated the skin after the process. It's got a mixture of Shea butter and Sweet Almond Oil which are two of my favorite products.

If you're going to start a hair removal treatment plan I totally suggest starting now, in the colder months, when you're indoors more and sitting in front of the TV doing nothing (but being on your phone)!

If you want to get an automatic 25% discount go to this link so that you can be on your way to being hair free in no time!