Well I would have to add that I have some tips for how to use this thing:
- Schedule a chunk of your day: Bear in mind it takes 2 hours to charge and you get about 30 minutes of use time from that. So schedule a chunk of your day, or do half an hour before work, charge up while at work then half an hour when you get home. It is painstakingly slow since the head is also very small.
- Do it during daylight hours: It is really hard to see where you zap in artificial light. I would recommend getting a clean mirror and doing this in the daylight so you can really monitor the hair.
- Be prepared to be painstakingly precise and consistent with your treatments: move the head of the laser very slowly, doing overlap movements, otherwise you are going to miss spots, even if you think you won’t. I thought that I could watch a tv show or some such whilst doing this, nope, this needs your undivided attention. Larger areas like the arms or legs, you might need to buy a White eyeliner to draw little squares of where you treat.
All in all, this thing needs a lot of time, patience and exactness. I would really consider this before purchase. If you are really busy, are looking for a quick fix, and have no time to spend zapping parts of your body tediously, then this is not for you!