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i keep trying to find a recipe without lemon or lime or anything like that as i don't have any and no way to get any for quiet a while. is it okay if i replace the lemon juice with honey instead?



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    1. do yourself a favor, get it waxed…just have a professional do it. the results of having a non-trained/experienced person do it usually leads to lots of itchiness, redness, ingrown hairs and bruising/tearing of the skin. when you go see a wax lady, you might get some redness, possibly some bumps here and there, but they will go away within a few hours or so.my personal experience, i have been waxing most of my body, including the butt and brazilian, and have noticed that the hairs come back shorter, finer, more sparse, and take longer to grow out with each waxing session…these waxings i have been doing for several years and have noticed a SIGNIFICANT difference! =)whenever I get all those areas waxed it the bill comes out a little over $100 plus tip.keep in mind i am a guy which explains the higher price. i live in Odenton, Maryland so I am not sure about the price in your area. you may wanna check out phone books for that.when you go to your wax session make sure that the hairs are no shorter then a quarter inch, but no longer then half an inch. this will help the wax to fully grip the hairs and it’s less painful when the hairs are shorter! if your hairs are too long then the wax lady can simply trim them at no extra charge :) regarding the pain, it hurts at first, but not as much with each additional waxing session. the pain level for your first time will probably be an 8…next time a 6, than 4, maybe 2, and just 1 to none from then on. just make sure you go to a professional and they will have creams. its much better to wax though since the results are long term and your skin will be baby soft/smooth for a long time, way over a month =)after waxing a few times some hairs will stop growing back, however, for permanent results you may wanna try laser hair removal. after the first session i noticed that in some areas the hair did not grow back at all!! try it if you would like, its gonna cost ya a pretty penny, but its painless and the results last forever. because each persons’ skin type is different you may have to get multiple treatments for all hair to be gone. on average you need 5 to 6 treatments. having laser hair removal done is a VERY patient, but rewarding process. if you do not have the patience for it, or don’t stick to the laser hair removal plan/treatment timelines, than it will be ineffective.if you have any other concerns you can message me at my facebook or myspace…myspace.com/fearless_interigatorjack.delanuez@facebook.comthanks for reading :) -Jack