Unwanted Hair Removal

unwanted hair removal

If you have to deal with unwanted body hair, you're probably aware of some hair removal options out there. The method you choose for the removal of unwanted hair can come down to the price of the hair removal system, the time involved, or a simple matter of personal preference. With so many options available, there's a hair removal system out there that can meet anyone's budget and lifestyle. Whether it's unwanted facial hair or body hair, there is a hair removal system that will work for your particular needs.

Hair removal can be done in the privacy of your own home or in a professional laser clinic, medical spa, or salon...the choice is up to you! There are hair removal alternatives that can get rid of hair permanently, or if you're not ready for that level of commitment, there are hair removal options that could remove hair for days, weeks, or even months. The only real choices for permanent hair removal are Laser Hair Removal and Electrolysis.

At-home hair removal options can range from home waxing kits, bleaching systems, or depilatory creams. There are also alternatives like Vaniqa hair creams that, while not permanently removing the hair, can slow your body's natural hair growth cycle.

Laser Hair Removal

Some people are still unsure about Laser Hair Removal costs, but everyone is raving about the results. Laser Hair Removal is a permanent and virtually pain-free hair removal method. All hair removal lasers work the same way; your unwanted hairs absorb the lasers energy, which heats and destroys the hair follicle. Permanent Laser Hair Removal works great on the bikini zone, legs, arms, back, or face.

In the past, critics have judged Laser Hair Removal machines harshly for only working on dark hairs and light skin tones; however, most of today's laser clinics and medspas can permanently remove hairs of almost any color on any skin tone...it all depends on the technology they utilize. Both women and men are now enjoying the benefits of Laser Hair Removal.

For men, Laser Hair Removal works effectively and quickly on large areas like the back. At this time, there are no FDA approved at-home Laser Hair Removal machines, but personal Laser Hair Removal equipment available in Europe includes the Rio Laser and Epila Laser. Most people find that at-home Laser Hair Removal systems don't pack the same punch as professional quality service.

Electrolysis Hair Removal

Electrolysis is the original permanent hair removal system. There are three types of Electrolysis machines available at salons today: Galvanic, Thermolysis, and a combination of the two. Galvanic Electrolysis uses a thin metal probe that is inserted into the hair follicle that creates an electrical chemical reaction that destroys the root. Thermolysis Electrolysis hair removal involves a metal probe that transmits a radio frequency directly into your hair follicle, which heats and damages the root through vibration.

Criticism of Electrolysis hair removal is that it can be extremely painful, it can be time consuming as you zap each hair follicle by follicle, and Electrolysis can leave scarring if not done correctly. Electrolysis can be very effective, however, if you go to a trusted, licensed professional. At-home Electrolysis has become popular with the likes of One Touch, ePen, and Vector Electrolysis. Most consumers claim that the current is so low that, while perfectly safe, at-home electrolysis is ineffective and can hardly be considered a permanent hair removal system.

At-Home Waxing for Hair Removal

The popularity of professional salon waxing has spawned countless at-home waxing products. Bikini waxing and Brazilian waxing are very trendy, but many people would rather keep their private parts... well, private. Waxing kits are usually much cheaper, but the costs of some of these waxing kits can really start to add up over time.

At-home waxing kits work by putting a waxing strip in the microwave then applying the heated strip to your body. The top brands of waxing kits include Veet, Sally Hansen, and Bliss. The biggest downside of waxing is that it's not permanent and it's painful, so those painful rips will have to be repeated over and over again.

Depilatory Hair Removal Products

Depilatory creams can be a great hair removal option if you're looking for something fast that will only last a couple of days. Depilatory hair removal works by applying a chemical cream directly to your skin, which melt your unwanted hairs away.

Common depilatory ingredients include sodium calcium, titanium dioxide, and calcium thioglycolate. Consumers complain that Depilatory creams smell awful and can irritate the skin; depilatory products are chemically based after all, so some discomfort is to be expected. However, many Depilatory hair removal makers go through great strides to cover up the scent with perfumes and lessen the stinging sensation with sensitive skin formulas. The top makers of hair removal depilatory creams include Nair, Veet, and Sally Hensen.

Vaniqa Hair Removal Cream

The first thing to know is that Vaniqa creams do not remove hairs. Vaniqa is a powerful hair reduction cream; Vaniqa retards the hair growth process through an enzyme reaction. It's considered powerful medicine and you cannot get Vaniqa without a prescription from your doctor.

Vaniqa cream users notice significant reduction of hair growth within the first 4-6 weeks. You still have to use your regular hair removal method in addition to Vaniqa; however, any unwanted hair removal method combined with Vaniqa can greatly improve the results. Vaniqa cream combined with Laser Hair Removal, for example, has been shown to increase the percentage of permanent hair reduction.

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