Best Hair Removal Tips To Try For Your Self

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Here are some hair removal tips for my beauty queens

There are so many hair removal tips you might want to consider for a much more smooth and healthy skin. Many of us like our body to be very smooth and with hairs, it makes it a little difficult for us. There are so many options to choose from if it’s your goal to be as smooth as a baby’s butt all over your body or maybe just in a single region, then I am glad to share these options with you so you can play around.

let’s get started with the basic basic hair removal tips;

Shaving

Shaving is probably the easiest option where you can cover a lot of ground really fast. It lasts anywhere from half a day to three days depending on your hair growth cycle. You might be prone to ingrown hairs going this route. In which case you’ll want to shave with the direction of the hair growth and possibly use an exfoliant product for prevention or a soothing product post treatment.

Tend skin is super popular among ingrown hair peeps. When choosing the right razor you just have to determine how many blades work best for the area you’re shaving. Sometimes the more blades usually the smoother shave. If you’re feeling adventurous try guy razors. Also, you can use the cremo original shave cream by applying it before shaving for best results.

Depilatory

If you want to give shaving a break and try another method that leaves your skin smoother and for a longer time, try a depilatory Cream. The formula has chemicals that melt each hair follicle at the base until your hair becomes easy and painless to wipe away. The one tricky thing though is that you need to follow the instructions on the package and stick to them. If you leave it on longer than recommended you could really burn yourself. It’s recommended to go without makeup for a few hours and avoid using any harsh face products.

Epilators

Another option many women use today are epilators. Don’t get this confused with depilatory, even though they Epilatorsound quite similar. An epilator is a handheld device with a bunch of tweezers that move rapidly around a rotating drum to pluck any unwanted hair. Sound scary but hey it works. Try to find one that’s rechargeable and waterproof so that you can use it on the go or in the shower.

The more tweezers an epilator has, the less painful it is to use. Epilators works by removing each hair at the root so that you stay fuzz free for full six weeks until your next hair growth cycle. Just be sure your hair is at least an eighth of an inch long so that tweezers can successfully remove your hair.

The trick with epilators is to move at a steady pace so that you get every last hair. You can check out the Braun Silk-épil women epilator as it is very easy to use.

Hair Bleach

If you’re looking to make your hair less noticeable, hair bleach is a great alternative you apply it similar to how you would with a depilatory. leave it on for the amount of time it says on the directions. Rinse away the product and follow up with mild facial soap to neutralize the chemicals.

Sugaring

SugaringWhen at-home, methods of hair removal just aren’t cutting it. Sometimes you need to turn to a professional with sugaring. Sugaring which you can get professionally done, it is based on an all-natural way and ingredients to get rid of hairs on your skin. It’s less messy and a traditional wax.

If you’re brave enough to do it at home, here’s a recipe on how to make your own. You will be needing;

–   1 to 2 cups of sugar,

–   1/4 cup of lemon juice,

–    A quarter to half a cup of honey and this is optional.

–    A jar of course, measuring cup, skillet and spatula.

 

Put all your ingredients into a pot or microwave safe bowl and heat the mixture on high until the sugar fully melts and begins to bubble. Stir frequently and make sure all the sugar crystallizes and dissolves completely. Remove it from the heat and let it cool until the consistency mimics thick honey. Apply on your skin and with a strip press firmly on the applied area. Quickly rip off to remove hair on the applicable area. You can also check out the Parissa natural hair removal system product.

Parissa

Waxing

waxing is a great way to remove hair quickly and efficiently. For your brows, traditional waxing with strips is a lot more common since it’s such a small precise area. For a clean crisp brow, waxing is often a good route to take. Also waxing can be used on the face, bikini lines, armpits, legs etc. It’s another go-to for longer-lasting hair removal. It takes two to eight weeks since you’re pulling out the entire hair. It’s good for large areas and you don’t have as much control on this one unless you go to a professional or you really know what you’re doing. It might not be for you if you have sensitive skin or if you’re taking any medicines like accutane that thins the skin.

Tweezing

Tweezerman

If you’re looking for a more specific area like touching up your brows or grabbing the random straggler from anywhere on the body go for tweezing. Tweezer edges vary from rounded to super pointed but you can’t go wrong with a slant. Tweezing can last anywhere from two to eight weeks since you’re yanking out the entire hair with root included. I remember the first time that I got my brows shaped by tweezing it hurt like bloody hell but yet it gets so much control by going hair by hair. I’m really still happy that I did it. Tweezerman is kind of the classic tweezers brand with so many shapes styles and even colors you can’t go wrong.

ThreadingThreading

However if you prefer a more natural look to your brows threading could be a better option. It’s really all about Preference. Threading is a very popular method from the Middle East and will give you the most beautiful sculpted brows. Make sure your technician cleans and preps your skin. One swift move with the thread is all they’ll need to plug any unwanted hair at the base. Here you can see the results of waxing on the left eyebrow and threading on the right.

 

 

Electrolysis

Now on to some hardcore hair removal. Electrolysis is done by inserting a micro sized aluminum needle into each hair follicle and zapping the cells that control the hair growth with a small jolt of electric current. This process destroys each hair at the root and each hair is pulled out individually by a tweezer. Electrolysis is actually the only process recognized by the FDA as a form of permanent hair removal that can be more effective than laser hair removal if you receive consistent treatments. Now it sounds scary but it works.

Laser Hair Removal

If you’re looking for a less painful alternative to electrolysis, laser hair removal is a great option. The best candidates for laser hair removal are those with dark hair and lighter skin. It’s best to get consultation done before hand to see if laser will work for you. Unlike electrolysis, laser works with each hair growth cycle. So you should receive treatments every six weeks in order to see 80% reduction in hair. The laser shouldn’t feel more painful than a rubber band snap and a cooling air can be used to make a treatment more comfortable.

Typically it takes around six to eight treatments to see permanent results.  You may need a touch-up every few years.  The whole process is super expensive but better yet there’s now an at-home solution that uses the same diode laser tech used by pros. The tria hair removal laser 4x is the first and only FDA cleared laser hair removal device available for safe and effective use at home. You need to be consistent and use once every other week for three months and then you’re golden. I’ve been using this recently and I’m happy. So easy to use and it doesn’t hurt.

Laser hair removal

For this next one you definitely need to talk to the doctor about hormone treatment this is very specific. If your body is over producing hair due to a health condition, in this case menopause and polycystic ovary syndrome are often linked to extra hair growth.

I hope you enjoyed reading my hair removal tips which you can consider if you are not already using any of the above tips. Hair or no hair you’re beautiful no matter what but if you want to get rid of it I understand. I know sometimes it might be a little too much maintenance. I hope this inspires you guys to just try some different options but I mean it’s optional good luck beauty queens

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