Hair removal creams work by weakening the hairs and then when you wipe away the cream it gently pulls them away, but not from the root. That's why these creams don't last as long as waxing or using an epilator. A benefit would be that it doesn't hurt as much as waxing though!
On average lasts 1-2 weeks.
An epilator hair removal device is similar in waxing, in that they both pull the hair follicle out from the root. Ingrown hairs are still an issue so you have to exfoliate and use oils to help reduce them after you use this device.
Average time it takes the hair to grow back is 3-6 weeks.
Yes, we all know waxing. You can wax at home with DIY kits or go in to a center and get it done. Either way you need a pretty high pain tolerance to bear this treatment. Waxing can also cause redness and irritation, but it should go away in a few days. Just like using an epilator you have to exfoliate and hydrate after you wax in order to prevent ingrown hairs. The reason this option is so popular is because it lasts longer than shaving!
Average time before the hair grows back is 3-6 weeks.
1. LASER HAIR REMOVAL
Laser Hair Removal has become the most popular method and the best solution for permanent hair reduction with no more bumps, stubble or irritation to worry about!
Concentrated pulses of light or laser loosen the hair and disable the cells responsible for growth. Various cooling methods keep the light pulses or laser mild and skin-safe, allowing for more comfortable treatments than electrolysis or waxing.
Small areas, such as the underarms or upper lip, can be treated in less than 10 minutes, while larger areas can be treated in under half an hour. Hair can be reduced from virtually any area on the body.
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