Don’t Be Afraid of Removing Those Unwanted Hair

One can’t deny the obvious that all of us would want to have a clear and smooth skin. Others have their skin exfoliated, by removing some dead skin cells revealing a clear smooth texture. On the other hand, there are some who get hair on their legs, face, back and bikini lines removed. Hair removal is very common nowadays. However, there are others who are a bit reserved about it. Maybe some are just afraid to try it out. This is quite abasing, because as a matter of fact, there are varied methods on hair removal. So for those who are apprehensive to try this one out, here some varied fuzz-free methods of hair removal. Let us check them out and see which one you would like to try.

Bleaching. As the word would imply, it is a process of making your hair lighter in color. Although it is not really a method of removing hair, it is still widely used to conceal those thin strands. One thing that’s great about bleaching is that it’s cost effective and can be done at your own home, where you can be comfortable and carefree. You don’t have to go to a parlor for it and spend cash. However, when you want your hair removed from your face or underarms this is not a good idea to depend on.

Shaving. This is one method that is very common. Men shave to maintain that smooth face especially at the chin and neck. Women on the other hand, shave their legs, bikini line and underarms. Although it’s easy to do, it requires repetition, because the effect of shaving doesn’t stay long. In a matter of 2-3 days, the hair grows back.

Waxing. This way of removing hair is very favorable especially when it’s the back portion of men and the bikini line of women that requires hair removal. Unlike shaving, waxing has a longer effect. It could take a few weeks for the hair to grow back. However, there is a bit of a problem with waxing too it is very painful especially when it is your first time doing so. You also have to wait for the hair to grow back to a variable length before you could wax it again. This means, that there will always be a time where your unwanted hair is apparent.

Electrolysis. It is a modern way to remove hair which uses heat energy or chemical to destroy the follicle. A fine needle is then probed into the surface of the skin and the hair follicle is removed by a tweezers. Although it is very effective, this procedure is a bit painful and costly.

Lasers. One visit to a laser center by my ethos spa and you will get to know why laser treatment is one of the most favourable method of hair removal among ladies. This is the most sophisticated method of removing unwanted hair. It is very popular nowadays because unlike electrolysis and waxing, it is pain free. The laser zaps out the hair follicle by means of light pulses and wave lengths. With this, hair is removed permanently therefore there is no need to repeat the process all over again. Sounds amazing right? But there are some points to remember before engaging yourself to this kind of method. One is that you ought to get the professional advice and expertise of a doctor before getting this job done. It might require many sittings, to complete the entire procedure. Also, make sure that the technician who is going to do the procedure is well-versed in operating the laser if you don’t want to get burned literally. It is a costly method, so you should be willing to spend a couple of hundred dollar bills to a thousand or more, especially when you want your hair gone on the larger parts of your body like the legs and back.

Now you can see that there are a lot of ways to have those unnecessary hair removed. As long as you are willing to exert effort, spend time and spend money, you will never be short of ways to get a smooth skin that you always wanted. There is no harm in it and it is worth the effort, so go for it!



Julia Arostegi lives in California USA. She took Developmental Communication at the University of California and finished her studies in 2012. She is currently the managing director of California Magazine. She is also a blogger, content enthusiast and a photographer.