I got an email from an old college friend recently with some questions about the Silk’n Flash and Go. She actually used their earlier product, the SensEpil, to successfully get rid of her leg and arm hair, and always wanted to use it on smaller parts of her body but couldn’t, due to its bulky design. Since the Flash and Go harnesses the same power in a smaller package, she was wondering how it would work out if she gave it a try. Fortunately, for my old friend Jen up in Canada and for everyone else everywhere, this device delivers: in a flash go chin hair, armpit hair, bikini hair, any hair!
Like The SensEpil, But Smaller
If you’re familiar with the Silk’n SensEpil, you know it’s a big box with a smaller box wired to it. The smaller box has a light in it, and you flash it on your skin where the light travels through your hair, turning into heat, and then gently and comfortably, over the course of a number of treatments, fries the root of the hair into nothingness.
The Flash & Go puts the same thing into a consolidated, one-piece handheld product. The light is smaller, which means treatments are slower, but it also means it’s far more maneuverable than its predecessor and can comfortably reach any area.
Including Your Face
Jen’s main concern was whether or not the Flash and Go would be alright to use on her face. And it is!
Officially, the product is only recommended for use below the cheeklines, but if you read up online you’ll find a lot of people, including myself, have used it above this point. The general consensus seems to be that Silk’n are just covering themselves in case somebody does something painfully stupid with it, like shining it directly in their eyes.
It’s also a good device to use on areas like your armpits or bikini line, which have always been not only difficult but painful to treat with traditional methods. Thankfully the Flash and Go is gentle enough that you never have to worry about anything nearly as bad as waxing, nor do you have to worry about rashes or ingrown hairs you might get from shaving.
My Experience, My Results
When I got the Flash and Go, I started using it on my face almost immediately. Treatment time is very short, I was done treating my face in under two minutes the first time I used it. In my case, I didn’t really have any hair to speak of on my chin, but I did have a little bit above my upper lip and some more up on cheeks.
Now, I don’t know about other women out there, but if you scrutinize your face anywhere nearly as much as I do, you’re probably intimately familiar with every single stray hair, am I right? Well, it’s probably for precisely this reason that I noticed results after just two treatments!
The process of treating my admittedly pretty scant facial hair was so quick I actually lost track of how many treatments I did. I think it was about 7, over the course of just 4 or 5 months. Each time I did it, less hair came back and it was a longer time before I needed to do it again.
If you’re looking for an easy to use, effective and painless method removing facial hair, the Flash and Go is a pretty good option. You can read a longer version of my experience here, but the gist of it is the same- flash go chin hair and flash go armpit hair, easy as pie! (And Jen, come visit me sometime or I’m coming up to Canada!)
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