TopicHair Removal Options For Men and Women by Barbara Mary

  • Fri 7th Dec 2018 - 7:29am

    Many women suffer the embarrassment of unwanted facial hair, especially as they get older Provillus and hormone levels change within the body. For many years, women would use a razor for facial hair removal but this had the undesirable result of increasing both the number of unwanted hairs and the coarseness of them. Some women have bleached the hair in an effort to blend them in rather than remove them but this can actually make the hair even more noticeable. Why is thisMost of the methods of dealing with unwanted hair are not particular safe for hair removal, unfortunately. Depilatory creams and lotions burn the unwanted hair off using chemicals. Needless to say, any chemicals strong enough to do that are also strong enough to burn the delicate skin of the face. Read the packaging carefully as most of these specify that it is not made for use on facial hair. So what did I do about it

    Waxing is a fairly commonly used method of facial hair removal for women, particularly hair on the upper lip or overgrown eyebrows. With this process, warm wax is placed where the unwanted hair is and allowed to cool. This cooling will embed the hair into the wax. The strip of wax is then yanked off the skin, taking the hair with it. As you can imagine, this is not the most comfortable procedure and can be downright painful. Is there any better facial hair removal home treatment for women like us




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