Remove unwanted Hair

Remove unwanted Hair

Actually, that dark hair is a more normal occurrence than you might think. Excess facial or body hair appears on women of all ethnicities, shapes, sizes, ages and hair colours. And as annoying as they may be, perk up - with all of the sophisticated removal options available today, unwanted hair is fairly easy to control or even eradicate entirely.
What causes this hair growth? A lot of factors weigh in, including: hormones, stress, heredity and ethnicity. Believe it or not, it is very normal to find dark hairs on your face or nipples, on your neck, chest or back, and even on your upper lip or cheeks. Some women will have just a few extra hairs, while others may have more dense growth but whatever the situation, don’t despair or feel alone in your situation. You aren’t! Instead, learn your treatment options and get rid of those pesky little hairs, once and for all.
One of the best ways to remove excess, unwanted hair is waxing. Bliss Poetic Wax, formulated with azulene, is a mild, skin-respecting wax guaranteed to leave you smooth, sleek and hair free. Unlike traditional waxes, Poetic Wax does not use muslin strips to remove the wax and hair. Instead, after the wax sets on the skin, it is actually ripped off with the hair, ensuring close, precise hair removal. Be certain to cleanse the skin before attempting hair removal with a gentle cleanser such as Murad Essential-C Cleanser. With glycolic acid, Vitamin C and panthenol, this cleanser will remove all traces of dirt and oil, while respecting the moisture balance of the skin, critical when preparing to wax. Results from waxing can last anywhere from two to four weeks, and typically, hair will grow by softer and finer with each treatment.
Want a more permanent solution than waxing? Today, there are several, including electrolysis and laser hair removal. Electrolysis uses a needle and electric current to destroy the hair follicle, while laser removal uses a laser to vaporize or destroy the hair root. With either one, results are permanent, however - more than one treatment can be needed to completely stop hair growth. Why? Hair grows in several stages. In order to kill the hair follicle, electrolysis or lasers must treat the hair during the initial growth stage. If you chose to undergo electrolysis, find a reputable, talented electrolysist, and be patient. Several treatments will most likely be needed before the hair growth stops entirely. Even more important, resist the temptation to tweeze away any stray dark hairs that pop up in - between electrolysis treatments. Results will be quicker and more comprehensive if all hairs are treated sequentially.
Able to treat rather large areas of hair growth in a relatively small amount of time, laser hair removal is one of the newest treatment options on the beauty market, with minimal side effects. According to MayoClinic.com, "Laser hair removal systems use laser light - an intense, pulsating beam of light - to remove unwanted hair." Although better results have historically been seen with dark brown to black hairs on lighter skin tones, all skin and hair colours can benefit from laser hair removal. Before starting any treatment, skin my be completely tan free, so if you are a fan of self-tanning or lying pool-side, plan on allowing your tan to fade completely before scheduling any consultations.
Dealing with errant hairs on the face or body doesn’t need to be an isolating experience. The cosmetics industry is booming with treatment options because the problem is wide-spread and common. Research all of your alternatives, speak with professionals and be hair-free, and care-free, in no time.
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