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Body Hair Removal – Choices please?

You’re not alone in your quest for smooth, blemish-free skin. And there are lots of options to choose from, when you’re thinking about body hair removal.

So, what are your choices?

In other areas of, we’ll talk about lots of different forms of hair removal. Get comfy and take a look around. When it comes to the basics though, here are the most popular methods:

1. Shaving

2. Waxing

3. Depilatories (also called “hair removal creams”)

4. Tweezing

5. Laser treatment

Shaving is the most common method of body hair removal. It’s quick and fairly easy, but the downside is the razor rash that often follows. If you’re prone to dealing with razor bumps and ingrown hairs, click here to find out what can cause those ugly little bumps. Also, be sure you choose a good after-shaving product to help keep the bumps away. Click here to check out our research and product review for Tend Skin–we always urge our members to read before buying!

For the more adventurous person, waxing may be the right choice. This can be done at home, or in a salon. One of the great things about waxing is this: the results last longer than with shaving. But, as you already know, there can be some pain involved. The best products will be the most comfortable to use, and will leave you with smooth, clear skin. Especially for guys, when it comes to back and chest hair, if this is the way you choose to go, make sure you pick the very best product. Click here to check out a waxing product that our researchers said was a winner.

Depilatories are a popular choice for body hair removal; particularly for larger areas of the body. Again, when it comes to back hair removal and chest hair removal–guys, a depilatory might be the way to go. Want to know why? Click here for an inside look at some of the benefits of depilatories. One of the best effects of a good depilatory is this: the risk for ingrown hairs is less than with some other hair removal methods.

Tweezing is best for smaller areas of the body. And yes, for you men with unibrows, this is a good way to go. (And hey, we’re not ripping on you guys. Some of the women here at would have unibrows, if we didn’t tweeze…but you’d never know that, unless we told you!)

Finally, there’s laser treatment. Effective? Yes. Expensive? Oh, yes. Depending on the area of your body to be worked on, the amount and coarseness of your hair, and several other factors, you may need several treatments, in order for this to work. And each treatment can cost up to several hundred dollars. So, if you have the cash and can afford it, this may be a great way to go. If not, consider other body hair removal methods–we’re happy to help you find the one that works for you.

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