Silk'n Infinity | An update

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Over the last few months I've been giving the Silk'n Infinity laser hair removal device a go.  Having PCOS means having to shave regularly due to excess hair which was really getting annoying. 

I've tried many hair removal methods over the years shaving, waxing and hair removal cream and even threading on my chin and the hair has always grown back fast. 

So I opted to try out the Silk'n Infinity which can be used on many areas of your body to remove unwanted hair.Using world-renowned HPL technology with Galvanic Energy and Optical Energy. 



The typical treatment plan is as follows:
Treatments 1-4  plan 2 weeks apart 
Treatments 5-7  plan 4 weeks apart
Treatments  8 + treat as needed.

Currently I have completed treatment 4 and wanted to talk about how I am getting on with using the device. The main areas I've been trialling it out on are my legs, underarms and chin. 

Prior to using the Silk'n Infinity the area you are treating should be shaved, clean, dry and free of any powders, deodorants and antiperspirant. It's also important to avoid using on any areas where you have any tattoos, moles and marks on the skin that shouldn't be treated. An example of this is that I have a scar from where i cut myself shaving awhile ago so I avoid this area.


The Silk'n Infinity device is easy to use and I like that you can change the intensity from 1 to 5 so that you can work out what is comfortable for you. I advise using 1 to start with especially if you are new to laser hair removal like myself and to also test a small area. 

The device when using makes a zapping sound with each pulse and you can hear the cooling fan inside. This didn't bother me at all. I would describe it as a tingly and warm feeling which doesn't hurt. I have found in some areas such as my chin it was a little uncomfortable but definitely wouldn't say it hurts. 

So far I've seen a bit of a difference in hair growth however The typical full hair growth cycle may take 18 to 24 months. So I'm expecting that it's going to take using the device for longer than I currently have to see any major difference. I'll be sharing my results in my next post.

* I've been gifted the Silk'n Infinity in exchange for trialling and reviewing. However all thoughts and opinions expressed are our own.


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