Saturday, 31 March 2012

SSparkle Glam: Painless Hair Removal

Remember I blogged about the Soprano Pain-Free Hair Free Treatment sometime last year? I decided to do a vlog review entry on it post treatment. My pits are practically hair-free now, and they should've been gone if I hadn't been so gung-ho and booked my treatments so closely to each other. But I'm glad that whatever hair there is left, it's all baby-fine hair~ Wee~~~

Stellar Medical at Novena Medical Centre (that's where I go) is charging about $1000 for 5 sessions. Considering it's painless and (almost) permanent, I'd say the price is reasonable.

Now, I wonder if Dr Yong does this on the eh hem area... 
(I am really tired of constantly going for Brazilians already.)


  1. Very informative, have been considering laser removal for some time now myself. By the way, I have been following your blog/instagram for a long time now and just wanted to say you are very pretty. I like how honest and upfront you are about life & love on your blog post. All the best to you this year Silver. :)

  2. Laser hair removal is the most effective hair removal solution for women but also for men...From what I know this method is not permanent, only long lasting but comparing to what we have (shaving, waxing) laser hair removal has no competition.

  3. have any of you heard of fabulous tan? They hv this sharplight formax (medical grade), that is pain free also, and now can on dark skin.. I tried their trial and works good on me.. no gel needed, and i did not have irriation.. my UA hair starts to fall on day 4.. I'm wondering if IPL is just the same as laser.. I've read that both provide same results.. still thinking very hard if should sign their IPL package or just continue to epilate.. so confused.. any advice?

  4. Hi, I'd like to know if it removes the chicken skin on your underarms? I do tweeze so I have chicken skin or very tiny bumps on my underarms and I want it to be smooth..thanks!

    1. It used to be the case for me! N now I have no more chicken skin!!! (Hahahahah sounds so funny the way u call it chicken skin.)