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Location: England
Registered: 26 November 2012
Posts: 18
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I've been using this device for about a year and I wanted to know if will slow or inhibit skin repair. It is a hair removal device that I use on my face; it uses heat to remove the hair and over time reduce it.

Only because it uses heat I thought it might have an impact on the health on my skin and repair.

I am truly grateful for all of the help and advice I have been given on this forum.

Thanks Big Grin

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Location: Skin Biology in Bellevue, Washington - USA
Registered: 22 June 2004
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Dear daryanvrm:

We wish you well on your search - However, it probably would be best to contact the manufacturer directly and inquire about the effects of long term use of their product on human skin.

But you will be happy to know that we have a very information section of our website that deals with What to Use After Hair Removal which outlines the best skincare tips to take care of the area post hair removal.

First, using an excellent, but gentle cleanser will be key - Then follow up with daily use of Super GHK-Copper Cream or BioHeal.

Best Wishes,
-Skin Biology
Location: England
Registered: 26 November 2012
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Ok thanks, when I get a reply from them I'll let you all know.Smiler
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