Best Known Ways Of Hair Removal

Those hairy arms and legs may hide the beauty of your skin and may stop you from going sleeveless or wearing those cute minis. From the very basic shaving method to the totally technological laser treatments, there are so many ways to get rid of those unwanted hair and expose your smooth beautiful skin and boost your confidence. If hair removal still remains strange to you here’s a detailed discussion on the best known ways of hair removal so far.

Ways Of Hair Removal

Ways Of Hair Removal


1.Shaving

Shaving is an age old method used by both men and women for hair removal. Using a razor is easy, inexpensive and less time consuming and is a recommended method while in hurry. This can be used to remove hair on any part of your body but is suggested for removing fine hair. When used for thick hair, it may not satisfy you as the dark hair roots can still be seen. Anyhow, it is important you choose good quality razor for comfort and clean look.
Many have a misconception that shaving might make your hair growth thicker. However, it is only the stubbles that appear in a couple of days that tricks you into thinking the hair is growing back thicker.
The disadvantage of using this method is that the effect does not last longer than a day or two as the hair is not removed from the root.

2.Threading

Threading is another basic and ancient way usually used for removal of hair from upper lips or to get a well defined eyebrows. It is done by using a cotton thread as the only tool to twist and pluck the hairs from the root but cannot be done with a helping hand. The technique is best and quick for removal of hair from small areas neatly.
However, the disadvantage is that , it does not help for hair removal from areas other than the face. Also there is a little pain involved in the process. Men may experience excess pain as their hairs are comparatively thicker.

Threading

Threading


3.Tweezing

Tweezing is referred to the method of plucking or pulling out hair from the body generally by using tweezers. Metal forceps are used to manually pull out the hair. Epilators are the motorised version of it allowing the removal of hair in larger quantities.
Tweezing is easy only for small portions of hair as you have to pull out hair strands individually. Also the plain is same as that experienced while threading.

Tweezing

Tweezing


4.Waxing

Waxing is a hair removal technique used since ancient times. It is done by applying warm wax on the skin and using a cloth or paper strip to rip the hair off from follicle. It equally works on fine and course hair and can be done at home or from a salon. The best part about waxing is that you are left with beautiful feeling skin for up to 8 weeks as the hairs are ripped off by the follicle.
The problem with waxing is the pain involved in the process even though some say that it diminishes with each experience.

5.Sugaring

Sugaring is a similar technique to that of waxing as it removes hair from the roots. It is done by applying warm gel made out of natural ingredients like honey, sugar and lemon and then removing the sugar using cotton or muslin cloth. This technique uses a lower temperature than that of waxing and is also free of causing skin irritation making it suitable for sensitive skin , unlike waxing, due to use of natural ingredients.
However, the problem is that not much salons offer the service of sugaring and even if offered are at higher prices. Also, it involves some amount of pain like that of waxing. Ensure proper hygiene is maintained.

Sugaring

Sugaring


6.Hair removal cream or foam

Depilatory creams act by dissolving your hair from the skin surface hence making it easily removable by a spatula or even a sponge. It also takes hardly 10 minutes to be done with the whole process. It is also a cheaper way of hair removal. The advantages of it are that it has a good smell or no smell and is available as foam also.
It is suggested that you test it for reaction on a small area on your limbs before use. The hair grows back faster as the roots are not removed.

7.Laser treatment

Technology has developed this method of laser hair removal. It is done by exposing your hair follicles to beams of light at higher concentration. These rays get absorbed by the pigments of the hair and hence works best on thick hair.
Laser hair treatment are expensive and may not work well on fine hair or dark skin. You may also face some irritation or redness of the skin.

Laser treatment

Laser treatment

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