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>> No. 5768 Anonymous
31st March 2018
Saturday 9:59 am
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I'm guessing it's a sign of getting older, but I keep sprouting patches of hair on my body. On my shoulders, my upper arms, my back. If it was all over then that would be fine, but it's just the odd patch here and there.

What's the best way to get rid of them? Something like Veet? I'd imagine a razor would be a bit of a pain in the arse to keep on top of.
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>> No. 5769 Anonymous
31st March 2018
Saturday 10:06 am
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IPL will remove it permanently in most cases. It'll cost you about £50 for six sessions via Groupon.
>> No. 5770 Anonymous
31st March 2018
Saturday 1:28 pm
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>>5768
I've been strictly in bear territory since I was in my early 20s, but the shoulder hair only started in the last couple of years. I just shave it whenever I'm in the bath.

Baths are great things for keeping on top of all that. I use it to relax, then trim and shave everything that needs done and cut my finger and toenails. Then a quick shower, wash your hair, you've killed 2 hours on a Sunday afternoon. It's a nice little ritual.

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