Best Hair Removal Products - If you have unwanted hair in certain problem areas it can be very embarrassing and it can be both very time-consuming and very expensive to always be plucking, shaving or waxing to remove unwanted hair. If you have hair in some problem areas that you want to get rid of you may be interested in learning how to remove hair permanently and to do this there are a couple of options.
Before we get into the best options for “permanent” hair removal it is important to note that nothing is 100% permanent. Rather than using the term “permanent hair removal” it would be more accurate to say “permanent hair reduction”. A lot of the treatments that are marketed as permanent hair removal options will greatly reduce the thickness and density of hair in your problem areas but nothing can guarantee you 100% permanent removal. It is also possible for your body to create new hair follicles and grow new hair due to hormonal changes in your body so even if hair follicles are completely destroyed it is possible for new follicles and new hairs to grow in and take their place at some point.
With that disclaimer out of the way the two best options that come closest to permanent hair removal are laser treatments and electrolysis. Laser treatment to remove unwanted hair is approximately 90% permanent so you will be able to remove most of the unwanted hairs from your problem area. Any remaining hairs are likely to be thinner than they were before treatment began. If you decide to go in for laser treatments it is important to keep in mind that it will take more than one treatment for best results and to achieve the best results it will take approximately 4 to 7 treatments.
Electrolysis is a more permanent solution than laser treatments because electrolysis works by using a small needle that goes into each hair follicle individually and then uses an electrical current to destroy the hair follicle. Electrolysis will result in hair removal that is as close to permanent as possible but because each follicle is treated one by one, laser treatment would be a better option for covering larger areas. Electrolysis is the best option for small areas like a woman that would want to remove hair from her chin or upper lip. If you want to permanently remove hair from your legs or if you are a man that wants to remove hair from your chest or back, laser treatments would be a better choice.
Whether you choose electrolysis or laser treatments you will likely have to go in for multiple sessions to remove all of your unwanted hair. The cost of multiple sessions can add up quickly so you may also wish to look into hair removal devices that are designed for at-home use. A device that you have to purchase once and can use over and over again as many times as you need to can save you a lot of money especially when you consider the fact that “permanent hair removal” is a bit of a misnomer and you may need to perform multiple treatments and even some ongoing maintenance once or twice per year.
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