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Jenni_05
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I was wondering if guys have any advice for permanently removing facial hair from under the jaw and on the chin. i have these thick hairs growing in little patches just under jaw line and on my chin. its so annoying i get it waxed then it grows back a week later.

it's sooo gross i want get rid of it.


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Gumdrop Girl
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the only permanent way to remove hair is electrolysis. it can be expensive and painful, but if it's really what you want, find a reputable electrolysis clinic and ask for a consultation.

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