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Tips on Choosing the Right Hair Removal Treatment
No, my friend, you don't really have to look in the mirror again.
It's an unfortunate fact.
You've got some unsightly hair in places you don't want it to be, and you really want to remove it.
How do you know which of the many methods currently available is the right one for your particular need?
Before making a decision, ask yourself a few questions. Here are some tips on what you should consider.
What Method To Use?
First of all, the method of hair removal that you choose will depend largely on the area of the body you want hair-free. Do you want to remove hair from your face or your body? From there, be even more specific. Do you want hair removed from your arms, legs, eyebrows, back, chest, belly button, nipples, pubic area, knuckles or somewhere else?
What Area Of The Body?
Once you have determined the area of the body that you want to focus on, you then need to determine whether your hair "problem" is hereditary. Some people are simply more prone to growing darker, coarser hair and if that's in your genes, you must be aware that no amount of treatment is going to completely solve your excessive hair situation.
How Much Will This Cost?
Obviously, before you decide on total body hair removal, it's going to be very important to decide what your budget can stand.
You have thought about that already, right?
Such things cost money and you have got to have the means to pay for your chosen method(s). Another financial consideration is, of course, that most hair removal methods will require multiple treatments at various intervals. Hair removal methods range from a few dollars a month to several thousand dollars per treatment. Typically four, five or more of these costly treatments will be required. Only you can decide whether that is going to be the best use of your money.
How Much Pain Is Involved?
Another problem is your pain tolerance level. Don't laugh. How much pain you can handle will impact your selection of hair removal methods. Many are painful, and although the pain is temporary, they result in pain nonetheless. Waxing and electrolysis cause the most pain, so if you can't tolerate pain, you should select a different method.
Is This Really What YOU Want?
Finally, it's very important that you make sure you're taking on the expense and pain of this hair removal process because you want to. The decision to take this step should be made by YOU and only YOU. Don't be pressured into this by somebody else or by some whim of fashion.
Temporary Or Permanent?
The above tips should help you get started in the decision-making process. However, once you've given thought to the above areas, you've got one more decision to make: should you choose a permanent or a Electrolysis is the only method that has been proven to achieve this goal. Laser treatments come close, but more studies are needed.
Considering that these last two methods are generally the most expensive of all the options, you need to refer back to the budgeting tip above. If you can't afford this method, you can't take advantage of it, period. A temporary method will be your only option. If you can afford the costs, then compare the risks against the benefits and go from there!