Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

How to Choose a Home Hair Removal System

Choosing the right home hair removal system is a very important choice if you want to get rid of unwanted body hair. There are a couple of things you should know right off the bat. First, the decision to look for a product you can use at home is a good one and here’s why. These advanced products work very well and they are far more affordable than the high cost of professional hair removal.
Why would you leave the comfort of your home, pay 2 to 5 times as much, and not get better results than you can achieve at home? Doing the job yourself in the privacy and comfort of your home while saving a huge amount of money makes total sense. Secondly, the products we discuss are all easy to use. You do not have to have any experience or special training to use them safely and effectively. Sure, a little trial and error will help, but within just a few minutes you will be very comfortable using each of the systems we mention.
Okay, let’s get started. As you consider the right home hair removal system for your needs you have 3 basic options. The good news is that they are all good options! Your decision will be based on factors that include the amount of hair you want to get rid of, your tolerance for a little bit of discomfort, your skin tone, and what works best with your lifestyle.
The 3 basic types of home hair removal systems include hair removal cream, epilators, and home laser/light therapy. We will take a look at each one and discuss who it might be best for.
Hair Removal Creams
woman using hair removal cream Hair removal creams are easy to use. You spread the cream over a small area where unwanted hair grows, and in 7-15 minutes wipe off the cream – taking the hair with it. These creams weaken the hair shaft, dissolving it away so that the hair can be taken off.
The creams may penetrate the skin slightly but mostly hair above the surface is removed. Creams work well for all skin types though may cause slight irritation to those with very sensitive skin.
The cost of hair removal creams varies quite a bit, so you’ll have to check current offers on the top ones such as Revitol Hair Removal Cream and Dermology. Normal rates are between $25 and $49 per month. They are a popular choice among those with darker skin tones who cannot use light/laser therapy.
But people of all skin tones use hair removal creams and generally experience results that last from 2-4 weeks. These do not offer a permanent solution to hair removal but in many cases the hair returns lighter in color and thinner so that it can be more easily removed the next time.
There is virtually no pain associated with hair removal creams and they are convenient to use. And they may be used on virtually any area of unwanted hair. The primary drawback is the relatively short period of time they work when compared with epilators or light/laser devices.
Emjoi epilator There are new models of epilators on the market that work better with less pain than some of the traditional models people are familiar with. Epilators remove the hair completely from the skin, root and all, well below the surface. They do this with the functioning of up to 40 small tweezers on heads that rotate.
Most experience a small amount of discomfort or tingling that lasts only a few seconds, but find that it is quite tolerable. Some also notice small red dots where hair was removed, but these dots usually disappear in a matter of minutes to a few hours. To avoid issues with red dots many epilator users epilate before bed time and the dots are long gone the next day.
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