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A Brief Review Of Hair Removal

By Seane A. L'Cente

Many girls have undesired hair that they need to remove either with transient or permanent strategies. The most common areas are the legs and arms, the face and the bikini line. Facial hair removal, because it is judged so unattractive, is usually the most probable candidate for permanent removal.

There are a large amount of cruel chemicals utilized in many chemical removal treatments but it is also possible to use naturally sourced ingredients that do not cause any damage to the skin or the environment. These are some natural cures:

-you can bleach the hair with lemon juice and chamomile tea -sugaring goes back to ancient Egypt and has similarities to waxing. To form the treatment, you can make your own blend of honey, sugar and lemon juice. -you can utilise a coarse stone like a pumice stone to remove the hair by friction. -you can buy treatments in stores that only use naturally occurring ingredients

Depilatory creams regularly use harsh chemicals that will cause damage to your skin. Though they’re very effective, you need to test them on your skin first to make sure that there is no reaction. You might also try and use ventilators which are electrical gadgets that roll down the skin and pull out the hair as they’re going. Because hair is pulled out by the roots, regrowth is slow and this is so a better solution to shaving.

You must note that all of the above treatments are temporary and that the hair grows back eventually. The 2 most common forms of permanent or semi permanent removal like laser hair removal are described below:

Electrolysis: this is an abiding hair removal method in which the hair will never grow back. A thin needle is inserted in the follicle and a mild electric current is used to destroy the follicle. Electrolysis can be pricey, painful and slow requiring a number of sittings.

Laser hair removing: this is a semi permanent hair removal methodology that requires the use of the energy from a low magnitude laser beam to break the follicle. It is cheaper than electrolysis and the effects can persist for a few months. It is intensely popular in the treating of unwanted facial hair.

Ultimately it’s your choice as to which treatment you select dependent on your budget and how comfortable you are with a specific treatment for hair removal.

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L'Cente, Seane A. "A Brief Review Of Hair Removal." A Brief Review Of Hair Removal. 3 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 19 Oct 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/beauty/hair/a-brief-review-of-hair-removal/>.

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