SILK’N REVISTED ~ 6 Month Update
Back in June, I introduced a product to you that I had started to use religiously in order to achieve some #slaying legs for summer. Enter: the Silk’n Flash & Go Hair Removal System. This system is an at-home, light-based handheld device used for permanent hair removal right in he comfort of your own home. You apply the device to clean, shaven skin, and the pulsed light effects the follicles all the way down to the root. You’re to invest 4-6 weeks of your time to see permanent results, and as it’s now been 6 months, I figured an update was in order.
As I mentioned in my previous article about my journey to hair-less legs, the system comes in a zippered packaged with the cord included so you’re all ready to go! You just plug it in, choose your level, and get to pulsing! For the first month, I found comfort at level 3 (out of 5), but I eventually moved it up to 4 after getting used to the feeling a little bit more. Which by the way, doesn’t hurt at all, it’s just a different kind of feeling, you know?
After 1 month, I had already seen results, and now, 6 months later, I’m happy to report that my legs are completely hair free! This product has singlehandedly allowed me to abolish leg shaving out of my shower routine, and I never thought I’d be abel to do that. I’ve recommended it to all of my girlfriends, and think this would make the perrrrfect gift for those special ladies in your life! Maybe host an at-home spa night, equipped with some mulled wine or cinnamon sangria, and hand these out to your gal pals? They’ll be hair-free by next bikini season, making you the matriarch of the friend group, and everyone aspires to be the matriarch of the friend group.
PLUS, Silk’n is offering a 15% off discount until the end of 2016 when you use the code SilknTalk, so let the gift giving commence!
Here’s a (#basicbetch) shot of my legs from our vacation to Punta Cana last week. Can we say #SLAY? Like, for real. My legs have never looked better and I have the Silk’n Flash & Go to thank for that!
*this post has been sponsored by Silk’n however all opinions are of my own