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Is there any benefit to waiting longer than 4 days to buzz hair / lift weights?


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#1 accuback

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Posted 01 August 2017 - 07:38 PM

I'm playing the extra safe game and it's been 6 days post session. Eager to buzz the "lint" off and hit some deadlifts. Is there any real benefit to waiting longer than the 4th day post session to get back to relatively regular life?

 

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#2 dasher

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Posted 02 August 2017 - 08:10 AM

I'm playing the extra safe game and it's been 6 days post session. Eager to buzz the "lint" off and hit some deadlifts. Is there any real benefit to waiting longer than the 4th day post session to get back to relatively regular life?

Thanks bros!

You can shave after 4 days as long as your careful . And be careful In the gym. Wait as long as possible. You don't want to sweat heavily for a month after last treatment . It's all in the guide lines

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#3 Cutlass18

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Posted 05 August 2017 - 05:25 AM

Better safe than sorry

Some have reported no fading after working out hard like 2 days after each session??

But everyones different right

You could sweat a lot...and it fades

Someone else nothing

Our bodies are generally the same yet different

So why chance it

Are you gonna make crazy gains in the weight room for the few weeks of healing time??

Not really..unless ur on the juice

So why bother 'possibly' fading things

If you cant stop for a few weeks...maybe workout with a big fan right in front of you to keep you really cool

You wont sweat much that way

But with the shaving...the longer the better

7 full days?

If you can do that

So ur not knocking off scabs with minute amounts of pigment??

All up to you

Just saying

Would you drag a hair clipper or foil shaver over a 4 day old regular tattoo on ur body??

I wouldnt

Now a regular tat covers more surface area and maybe a touch deeper...causing more damage to the skin

So it scabs up more...but do you wanna be knocking off scabs on a regular tat somewhere on ur body?

Or just leave it till they naturally fall off basically

Your head...your money


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#4 WestSide

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 05:08 AM

I would agree "better safe then sorry" i actually waited 1 extra day lol  :D



#5 HIS - Ed

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 02:06 PM

Once any little scabs have fallen away you are absolutely fine, the pigment is safely out of the way in the collagen layer... to get at it with a razor you would need to take a run up.






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