Following up yesterday's shaving segment...Another issue men commonly face is excessive body hair. Whether your problem is nose hair or back hair, there are solutions to take care of these that don't require painful waxing or laser hair removal (though we will discuss these options as well)
OPTION 1: TRIM!
This will be your easiest and most painless way to remove unwanted body hair, and usually the least expensive in the long run, but also the one that will require the most consistent upkeep (usually about once a week). I recently had the pleasure of experiencing some amazing products from MANGROOMER, which take the guesswork and irritation out of body grooming. First is the Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer, which operates with a AA battery and has a blade construction that eliminates the risk for cuts!
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OPTION 2: WAX!
Waxing is a hair removal trend for men that involves spreading hot wax on to the desired area, and then applying a strip of cloth or muslin onto the wax, rubbing it and ripping off the strip in one fell swoop -- wax, hair, root, and all. This can be done on the eyebrows, back, chest, arms, legs, and bikini line. This is best done by a professional, so make an appointment at a salon with a good reputation to eliminate the margin of error!
Laser hair removal has become an increasingly more popular method of male hair removal in recent years, with more and more spa's offering laser hair removal. Laser hair treatments work with a laser basically killing the hair follicles eventually resulting in permanent hair removal. Since the laser targets dark areas of hair, this treatment is not ideal if you are tan or have dark skin because it can cause permanent discoloration. This treatment will be less painful than waxing, and far more expensive, but the most substantial long term results. So, really consider if you want to say goodbye to hair forever, as you may want to reserve this treatments for areas like back, unibrow, etc and reserve other, less-crucial areas to waxing or trimming/shaving.