Thursday, August 14, 2014

Silkn Flash & Go hair removal #SilknProducts




I participated in an Influencer Activation Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Silk’n. I received a promotional item to facilitate my review.

As a women with way too much hair (PCOS and being 50% Hispanic) I jumped at the chance to try out Silk’n Flash & Go. I was so excited at the thought of no more shaving, plucking or going to the salon for waxing. I couldn’t wait to try it out.






Plucking hurts, Waxing REALLY can hurt (depending where you wax of course). I even did electrolysis for a while in high school, that wasn’t pleasant. I remember laying on the table just wanting it to be done and over with. I thought the Silk ‘n go may hurt as well, but I was wrong. It was totally painless. A little different from things I have used in the past. As long as you follow the instructions, you should be just fine.

What is it exactly? Silk’n Flash&Go, a light-pulsed hair removal device, allows you to properly target and zone areas that require hair removal treatment. I knew it was going to take a few weeks to work. Nothing like this works right away. I was told to give it 8. Seemed like forever but I kept going. If over 4 million treatments have been done worldwide since 2009, then I can keep going and it should work. It was a little scary not knowing exactly what I was doing, but like most products of this degree, I read the instructions and watched youtube videos to make sure I was doing it right.  





Please know that The Silk’n Flash&Go should not be used on areas listed below:
• Tattoo or permanent makeup
• Dark brown or black spots such as large birthmarks, moles or warts
• Eczema, psoriasis, lesions, open wounds
• Active infections such as cold sores
• Abnormal skin conditions

Also The Silk’n Flash&Go is not suitable for people with the following conditions:
• Pregnant or nursing
• Exposed to tanning machines or unprotected sun bathing in the in last 28 days
• Planning to vacation in the next 6 weeks
• Have a history of keloid scar formations
• Known sensitivity to light or taking medication making you sensitive to light, including non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents
• Treated with Accutane within last 6 months
• Suffer from epilepsy
• Received radiation or chemotherapy treatment within the past 3 months
The initial cost of the Flash & Go is a little pricy at $199 or $298 if you buy the lifetime Lux cartridge BUT you get so much out of it. If you go to a salon and have waxing every 6 weeks that will catch up to you. You will may $200 for one treatment sometimes with a laser at salons. So when you break it down and price compare the Silnk’n Flash & Go is definitely worth your money.

Unlike waxing and plucking the Flash & Go is PERMANENT, and who doesn’t like that?




I have been working on the hair on my arms as it is very embarrassing to have such long and dark hair and a pain to shave it ALL the time. I really have seen a huge improvement. I have such thick hair that I think it will take a little longer to get everything. The next area I will be working on will be the small of my back (sucks being hispanic sometimes) but I will need help with that one of course. I can’t wait to not have to worry about any of it anymore.


 


Check them out on facebook and twitter today and don’t forget if you use the coupon code EXTRATWENTY you can get an additional 20% off until Sept 30 2014.



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2 comments:

  1. Me ha parecido un excelente producto, porque lo puedo hacer desde la comodidad de la casa, hace muchos años he luchado inutilmente con mis bellos sin obtener ningun resultado. Gracias por la informacion!

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  2. So did the hair stay away for longer ? Would you recommended this product?

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