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Reply was posted 12/31/2011 12:53 pm by Anonymous
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Re those pesky chest hairs. Shave the area before your next treatment. Nurses should do it, but often don't. Even when you are aware that you should do it yourself, there is so much stress as your next treatment approaches that it is very easy to forget. It really makes a big difference not to have the discomfort of those hairs being ripped out! Good luck.

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