If you find that you have more hair on your body than you would like, rest assured that there are many hair removal options available for you to consider. For both facial hair removal and body hair removal you will be able to choose between permanent hair removal and a more temporary option; your choice will depend on the size of your purse and your beauty habits. If you are fed up with plucking, waxing and shaving as part of your regular facial skin care routine, laser hair removal will remove the maintenance as well as the hair. On the other hand, if you are quite content to continue with temporary measures there are products out there to minimize the mess and the stress.
Removing hair with tweezers can be rather painful and tedious. If you're ready to leave that routine behind you there is another virtually painless method to remove hair. Hair removal cream contains a chemical that dissolves hair at the skin's surface and it is easy on the wallet. The ease of application is also appealing and at under $10 a bottle, hair removal cream is a good temporary method. However, there is always a risk of skin irritation and it may only last for a handful of hours before you begin to see the shadow of hair growth. Waxing is another albeit more painful option. Wax hair removal will last for a few weeks and you can also do it yourself in the comfort of your own home. Alternately, you can have your face or body waxed at a professional salon or you can consider "threading," which involves a twisted thread catching and removing the hair as it rolls along the skin.
Laser hair removal is a trusted long-term hair removal option. Although it may not be permanent for everyone, this method certainly provides a permanent reduction in hair growth for many people. The laser is delivered from a device that is held over the skin and targets the dark pigment in the hair, causing damage to the hair follicle but not the surrounding tissue. Although many deem this an effective procedure, laser hair removal can be expensive and results vary from person to person. Before committing to laser hair removal be sure you have found an accredited professional that will be able to carry out the procedure.