Most people have unwanted hair on different parts of their body and we are constantly looking for new and affordable ways to be hair-free.
People just not want to worry about body hair, so we will very much like a permanent solution. Well, there is a permanent solution but it is not affordable for most people.
However, there are so many ways out there to remove hair. The question is, which method is the best?
Could the best way to remove hair be:
Depilatory creams or
Laser hair removal
This video shows a woman going all out on laser hair removal, watch and see the process.
Shaving is quick, easy and all you need is a sharp razor. To avoid cuts and scars, I will suggest you use any shaving cream or gel of your choice. I personally use any body wash or soap I have in my bathroom.
Personal experience: Shaving tends to make my legs dry and the hair grows back stronger. To eliminate the dryness I apply my Shea butter mix on damp skin. I also avoid shaving regularly.
Waxing is much more on the painful side.. Ouch! The thought of it. Because am not a fan of pain I wax my legs and underarm every 8 weeks, then I shave in between.
This method works well for those with dark and coarse hair and hair seems to grow back more slowly because each hair is pulled directly from the follicle.
Personal experience: My skin feels smooth and silky and hair takes longer to grow back.
Depilatory creams are chemical-based creams that remove hair by breaking down the hair structure itself. Hair removal creams are relatively inexpensive, not painful and the procedure takes about 5 to 10 minutes. If you are on a really tight budget I suggest you start with hair removal creams and work your way up. Also save up to get laser hair removal, because it is by far the most expensive but on the long run, you will end up saving money.
I have not used any hair removal cream since last year because I feel it didn’t remove all my hair properly. I still had to go over the area with a razor and this irritated my skin.
My next step is to try laser hair removal, which I am saving for.