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Get Rid of Hair On My Penis

Wow that sounds like the best method, is there any risk or safety hazards involved? Thanks for the info tho!

Originally Posted by ErnieBanks
If you’re looking for a more permanent solution, have the time, and don’t have the money for laser hair removal, I found a little battery powered electrolysis device called a “one touch” that actually worked for me. They cost about $20 on ebay or amazon.

The probe is a very fine stiff wire that you insert into the base of the hair for about 45 seconds when you set the machine on high. The machine produces a high voltage, low current zap to the hair follicle, killing it. If you’re using it right, you should feel a slight tingling sensation. Then you use tweezers to remove the hair. You need good eyesight and some practice to be successful. And you need to be careful not to bend the little wire when using it - if you bend and straighten it too often, it will break off and you’ll either need to buy replacement tips for $5 or so, or replace the machine.

You probably have around 500 hairs on the base of your shaft, and you can do about 30 hairs an hour with practice. It takes several treatments before you get every hair. A guess is that it might take 40-50 hours of treatments to clear a small area like that. I used it on my shaft and scrotum, and now I don’t have to shave those areas anymore.

electrolysis

Originally Posted by ErnieBanks
If you’re looking for a more permanent solution, have the time, and don’t have the money for laser hair removal, I found a little battery powered electrolysis device called a “one touch” that actually worked for me. They cost about $20 on ebay or amazon.

The probe is a very fine stiff wire that you insert into the base of the hair for about 45 seconds when you set the machine on high. The machine produces a high voltage, low current zap to the hair follicle, killing it. If you’re using it right, you should feel a slight tingling sensation. Then you use tweezers to remove the hair. You need good eyesight and some practice to be successful. And you need to be careful not to bend the little wire when using it - if you bend and straighten it too often, it will break off and you’ll either need to buy replacement tips for $5 or so, or replace the machine.

Ernie

This is interesting.

“The probe is a very fine stiff wire that you insert into the base of the hair for about 45 seconds when you set the machine on high.”

Could you please explain this in some more detail. Do you have to penetrate the skin where the hair comes out? How far does the wire have to go in and how can you be sure you get to the follicle? Also I assume you need to use some sort of conductive gel?

Also I have a TENS unit. I wonder if I could make a probe for it that would do the same thing.

I have tried just about every other hair removal technique - shaving, depillatory creams (Hair no more) ,laser removal tweezers and an epilator. They all work up to a point but none of them have been a permanent solution. Shaving leaves irritating stubble especially around the penis root. Depillatory creams work well in the short term and I still use them from time to time as a tidy up. I did laser using a special introductory deal at a local clinic at a reasonable cost. Worked pretty well at removing most of my hairs which are normally dark but now get some residual fine grey hairs which laser will not work on. Have removed some using tweezers and find an epilator is pretty effective and not painful now my hairs are so fine. The epilator is not very good at achieving a clean line between the cleared areas and the area where I want the pubes retained. I am not so fussed about removing all my hairs on my balls were not lasered for safety reasons but find I can use the epilator there if I carefully stretch the skin. Would like to try the electrolysis especially on the shaft and around the root.

Austfred

What’s an epilator and where did you get the cream?

Originally Posted by austfred
Ernie

This is interesting.

“The probe is a very fine stiff wire that you insert into the base of the hair for about 45 seconds when you set the machine on high.”

Could you please explain this in some more detail. Do you have to penetrate the skin where the hair comes out? How far does the wire have to go in and how can you be sure you get to the follicle? Also I assume you need to use some sort of conductive gel?

Also I have a TENS unit. I wonder if I could make a probe for it that would do the same thing.

I have tried just about every other hair removal technique - shaving, depillatory creams (Hair no more) ,laser removal tweezers and an epilator. They all work up to a point but none of them have been a permanent solution. Shaving leaves irritating stubble especially around the penis root. Depillatory creams work well in the short term and I still use them from time to time as a tidy up. I did laser using a special introductory deal at a local clinic at a reasonable cost. Worked pretty well at removing most of my hairs which are normally dark but now get some residual fine grey hairs which laser will not work on. Have removed some using tweezers and find an epilator is pretty effective and not painful now my hairs are so fine. The epilator is not very good at achieving a clean line between the cleared areas and the area where I want the pubes retained. I am not so fussed about removing all my hairs on my balls were not lasered for safety reasons but find I can use the epilator there if I carefully stretch the skin. Would like to try the electrolysis especially on the shaft and around the root.

Austfred

Originally Posted by Titleist
That’s a sign that your penis has grown. I use a Gilette Mach 5 and shaving cream. I use it on my scrotum, pubic region and bad base of my penis. Leaves it smooth. Laser will get rid of it permanently.

I was wondering why I was getting hair on my shaft! This explains it and makes me a very happy PE’er :)


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I tried the lazor too, it cost 100s of euros to buy the unit and was useless..

Loose skin can mean gains it can also mean all you did was just stretch your skin, gains are if the length of your dick has changed.

Tweeze and your done in an hour or so and its done, no mess no hazard nothing. It is the only thing that works for me

Originally Posted by Ajkingpin
What’s an epilator and where did you get the cream?

An epilator is a unit that looks a bit like an electric razor with a rotating head with little tweezers that pull out hairs as the head rotates. Some claim it is painful on pubes but I have not found it so on post laser fine hairs.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epilator

Originally Posted by austfred
Ernie

This is interesting.

“The probe is a very fine stiff wire that you insert into the base of the hair for about 45 seconds when you set the machine on high.”

Could you please explain this in some more detail. Do you have to penetrate the skin where the hair comes out? How far does the wire have to go in and how can you be sure you get to the follicle? Also I assume you need to use some sort of conductive gel?

Also I have a TENS unit. I wonder if I could make a probe for it that would do the same thing.

I have tried just about every other hair removal technique - shaving, depillatory creams (Hair no more) ,laser removal tweezers and an epilator. They all work up to a point but none of them have been a permanent solution. Shaving leaves irritating stubble especially around the penis root. Depillatory creams work well in the short term and I still use them from time to time as a tidy up. I did laser using a special introductory deal at a local clinic at a reasonable cost. Worked pretty well at removing most of my hairs which are normally dark but now get some residual fine grey hairs which laser will not work on. Have removed some using tweezers and find an epilator is pretty effective and not painful now my hairs are so fine. The epilator is not very good at achieving a clean line between the cleared areas and the area where I want the pubes retained. I am not so fussed about removing all my hairs on my balls were not lasered for safety reasons but find I can use the epilator there if I carefully stretch the skin. Would like to try the electrolysis especially on the shaft and around the root.

Austfred

Austfred -

I’ll try to answer your questions. But there’s a good forum (hairtell.com) that includes a section on this - it is called “home electrolysis” You can find a lot more detail there. Like Thunders, it is full of people that try to help each other out and aren’t selling stuff. You don’t need to set up an account to look around.

If you look for “one touch electrolysis” on ebay or amazon, you’ll see a picture of the little machine I was talking about. I looked on both today, and the single probe unit can be had on ebay for less than $20 plus shipping. The small thin wire is perhaps 3/8” long, and you insert it in your skin at the base of the hair, trying to follow the direction the hair is growing. The probe has a metal area you grasp with your fingers, and a tiny current flows from the tip of the wire to your fingers, powered by a 9v battery. The electric current kills the hair root so it doesn’t grow back. The probe doesn’t really “penetrate” the skin, but follows the path the hair uses to reach the root of the hair.

You can put some conductive gel on your fingertips if you like, or you can simply lick them so they are wet, making the electrical connection a bit better. A TENS unit won’t work. TENS produce AC current, and you need DC current.

Finer, thinner hairs are harder to remove because they are harder to see. If you can see them, and find the base of the hair follicle, you can get rid of it. But because they are harder to see, you’ll miss your target more often.

Someone asked about risks. You can look at the hairtell site to see what kind of problems sometimes occur. The biggest risks are infections, but if you wash the skin first and keep your probe clean, infections shouldn’t happen.

As for pain, there is very little - more of a tingling sensation that I found to be helpful because it let me know the machine was working properly and the battery had not died.

I don’t like depillitories; they are messy, they stink, and I seem to get ingrown hairs a week later.

Professional electrolysis machines cost $1500 and up, and take a lot of skill to use. Their big advantage is that they are much faster, working in a couple of seconds instead of 45 seconds or so. The one touch is simple and cheap, but very time consuming. For small areas like the base of your penis, they’re fine.


Live long and prosper.

Are you sure 100% that your hair never grew back or will ever grow later? Why do you need your fingers to conduct electricity? That’s the only part I don’t understand. You put your wet fingers near the hair sticking out?

Originally Posted by ErnieBanks
Austfred -

I’ll try to answer your questions. But there’s a good forum (hairtell.com) that includes a section on this - it is called “home electrolysis” You can find a lot more detail there. Like Thunders, it is full of people that try to help each other out and aren’t selling stuff. You don’t need to set up an account to look around.

If you look for “one touch electrolysis” on ebay or amazon, you’ll see a picture of the little machine I was talking about. I looked on both today, and the single probe unit can be had on ebay for less than $20 plus shipping. The small thin wire is perhaps 3/8” long, and you insert it in your skin at the base of the hair, trying to follow the direction the hair is growing. The probe has a metal area you grasp with your fingers, and a tiny current flows from the tip of the wire to your fingers, powered by a 9v battery. The electric current kills the hair root so it doesn’t grow back. The probe doesn’t really “penetrate” the skin, but follows the path the hair uses to reach the root of the hair.

You can put some conductive gel on your fingertips if you like, or you can simply lick them so they are wet, making the electrical connection a bit better. A TENS unit won’t work. TENS produce AC current, and you need DC current.

Finer, thinner hairs are harder to remove because they are harder to see. If you can see them, and find the base of the hair follicle, you can get rid of it. But because they are harder to see, you’ll miss your target more often.

Someone asked about risks. You can look at the hairtell site to see what kind of problems sometimes occur. The biggest risks are infections, but if you wash the skin first and keep your probe clean, infections shouldn’t happen.

As for pain, there is very little - more of a tingling sensation that I found to be helpful because it let me know the machine was working properly and the battery had not died.

I don’t like depillitories; they are messy, they stink, and I seem to get ingrown hairs a week later.

Professional electrolysis machines cost $1500 and up, and take a lot of skill to use. Their big advantage is that they are much faster, working in a couple of seconds instead of 45 seconds or so. The one touch is simple and cheap, but very time consuming. For small areas like the base of your penis, they’re fine.

Depillatory cream

Originally Posted by Ajkingpin
What’s an epilator and where did you get the cream?

Realised I did not answer the second part of your question.
This is the one I bought. Got it on eBay.

https://www.hairnomore.com/

You apply it with a plastic applicator, leave it on for about 5 mins and then scrape it off with the applicator. I do it in the shower and wash off immediately afterwards. A bit messy but works well short term. I have also been using the regrowth retardant lotion both with it and after using the epilator. Some claim it works but others say it is a scam. Not sure but it does not have dramatic results.

Austfred

Originally Posted by ErnieBanks
Austfred -

I’ll try to answer your questions. But there’s a good forum (hairtell.com) that includes a section on this - it is called “home electrolysis” You can find a lot more detail there. Like Thunders, it is full of people that try to help each other out and aren’t selling stuff. You don’t need to set up an account to look around.

If you look for “one touch electrolysis” on ebay or amazon, you’ll see a picture of the little machine I was talking about. I looked on both today, and the single probe unit can be had on ebay for less than $20 plus shipping. The small thin wire is perhaps 3/8” long, and you insert it in your skin at the base of the hair, trying to follow the direction the hair is growing. The probe has a metal area you grasp with your fingers, and a tiny current flows from the tip of the wire to your fingers, powered by a 9v battery. The electric current kills the hair root so it doesn’t grow back. The probe doesn’t really “penetrate” the skin, but follows the path the hair uses to reach the root of the hair.

You can put some conductive gel on your fingertips if you like, or you can simply lick them so they are wet, making the electrical connection a bit better. A TENS unit won’t work. TENS produce AC current, and you need DC current.

Finer, thinner hairs are harder to remove because they are harder to see. If you can see them, and find the base of the hair follicle, you can get rid of it. But because they are harder to see, you’ll miss your target more often.

Someone asked about risks. You can look at the hairtell site to see what kind of problems sometimes occur. The biggest risks are infections, but if you wash the skin first and keep your probe clean, infections shouldn’t happen.

As for pain, there is very little - more of a tingling sensation that I found to be helpful because it let me know the machine was working properly and the battery had not died.

I don’t like depillitories; they are messy, they stink, and I seem to get ingrown hairs a week later.

Professional electrolysis machines cost $1500 and up, and take a lot of skill to use. Their big advantage is that they are much faster, working in a couple of seconds instead of 45 seconds or so. The one touch is simple and cheap, but very time consuming. For small areas like the base of your penis, they’re fine.

Ernie

Thanks for pointing out hairtell.com. Great site.

With my fine hairs technique may be all important. Probably need to use a magnifying glass.

Austfred

Originally Posted by Titleist
That’s a sign that your penis has grown. I use a Gilette Mach 5 and shaving cream. I use it on my scrotum, pubic region and bad base of my penis. Leaves it smooth. Laser will get rid of it permanently.

No wonder I’ve grown more hair mine.

Originally Posted by Ajkingpin
Are you sure 100% that your hair never grew back or will ever grow later? Why do you need your fingers to conduct electricity? That’s the only part I don’t understand. You put your wet fingers near the hair sticking out?

To answer your first question, I’m never 100% sure of anything. But I haven’t had to shave there for 3 years, and I still don’t have any hair there. When I treated the area, everything was clean, but then the hairs I missed the first time grew out. So I treated it again. Same thing happened, but fewer hairs grew out. I kept repeating the process until no hairs grew back. Each cycle took less time because there were fewer hairs to treat. If I didn’t treat a hair properly, it grew back, but I got it on a subsequent cycle.

As for the second question, the handle that holds the fine wire probe has a metal grip. When you lick your fingers and then grab the handle, your wet fingers are touching the metal grip which is connected to one side of the circuit. The other side is the fine wire probe; when you insert it into the base of the hair follicle, you’re connecting the other side of the circuit. Current flows from the battery to wire probe, into the hair follicle, through your body to your fingertips, to the metal grip, and back to the battery.

I hope that helps…

Ernie


Live long and prosper.

Oh okay thank you that makes sense. Can you tell me the exact product on Amazon? Because most of the kinds you’re talking about had bad reviews. Thanks again.

Originally Posted by ErnieBanks
To answer your first question, I’m never 100% sure of anything. But I haven’t had to shave there for 3 years, and I still don’t have any hair there. When I treated the area, everything was clean, but then the hairs I missed the first time grew out. So I treated it again. Same thing happened, but fewer hairs grew out. I kept repeating the process until no hairs grew back. Each cycle took less time because there were fewer hairs to treat. If I didn’t treat a hair properly, it grew back, but I got it on a subsequent cycle.

As for the second question, the handle that holds the fine wire probe has a metal grip. When you lick your fingers and then grab the handle, your wet fingers are touching the metal grip which is connected to one side of the circuit. The other side is the fine wire probe; when you insert it into the base of the hair follicle, you’re connecting the other side of the circuit. Current flows from the battery to wire probe, into the hair follicle, through your body to your fingertips, to the metal grip, and back to the battery.

I hope that helps…

Ernie

Since I have been PE’ing for awhile and had some growth, I have noticed a significant amount of hair on my shaft that I have wanted to get rid of. I have tried tweezing off and on but wasn’t very effective. I finally plunked down $400 US and bought the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4x. I have done 5 sessions (have to wait about 2 weeks between each session) and the amount of hair has significantly reduced and the hair that is still around is MUCH thinner. I think with another 1-3 sessions most if not all the hair will be gone.

I will warn you this can be painful but you can grow to enjoy the pain for the results that it will bring. Just follow the instructions. This isn’t for all skin types. Their website is pretty helpful about determining whether it will work. There are 5 different settings for how strong the laser blasts. I have gotten up to 4 of 5 and I will say it can be pretty painful but very short lived.

I figured the money was worth it because if I were to do this through a doctor, the costs would be much greater. The product has a very high rating and I can also say that I have been getting good results. Just follow the directions.

I have also been doing my chest and getting the same results. About half the hair is completely gone and the stuff that is left is much thinner and falling out.

Good luck.

Here is the site - http://www.triabeauty.com/products/…emoval-laser-4x


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Originally Posted by Ajkingpin
What’s an epilator and where did you get the cream?

It a machine takes all of hair and pulls it out from the root

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