Friday, September 13, 2013

Four Ways To Remove Excess Facial Hair

Excess facial hair can be quite a nuisance and to make it even more annoying, it's common among young and old women. Hormonal imbalances and genetics are often to blame. Whatever the cause may be, there is a need to get rid of them (unless you want an eyebrow stitch or a lip mustache).

There are several ways to remove excess facial hair. With certain methods, there is a chance that, over time, the hair growth may decrease or even stop altogether.

4 methods to remove excess facial hair

Hair Removal Creams
Hair removal creams are a very basic way to remove excess hair on face. You apply one over the area with excess hairs, let the cream remain on the skin for a specified number of minutes (five to ten minutes at most) and then remove it.

This removes hairs in a pain free manner, but the solution may last no more than two to five days at the most because hairs can grow back soon. Also, certain creams can have harsh chemicals in them that can cause damage to your skin, so it is advisable that you get a cream from a reputed company and test it on a small area of your skin before applying it on the whole.

Cosmetic Laser Surgery
This is a more long lasting option for you to try. Cosmetic laser surgery removes hair and incapacitates hair follicles, which stops them from letting the hair grow back.

However, it can have limitations when it comes to safety of equipment. Companies relying on Medlaser Depot or any other certified supplier are going to be a better option. This is because most of their equipment comes from suppliers who are aware about progression of technology, and supply well-rounded equipment that are safe to use on the patient.

Threading
This method involves using a thread to pluck out individual hair. The pain level on this solution is medium to high; however, it does the job quite well. Threading will ensure a removal of hair and keep your skin smooth and hairless for up to four to six weeks.



Threading involves no chemical usage or any other aspect to affect your skin negatively. The only thing to look out for is some redness on the skin that fades after a few minutes.

Waxing
Waxing is a common way of removing facial or even body hairs. This way of hair removal is one service that is popularly available at most salons. You can also try this method on your own with waxing kits.

Waxing kit is preferred as the frugal option as salon waxing services can be expensive. However, you have to be a little cautious in its use as wax can hurt your skin if used along with a strong exfoliator.

Choosing a method that suits you best is a process of trial and error. It also requires for you to act according to the skin type you have. If you know your skin is sensitive, then it's probably best to steer away from hair removal creams and perhaps even waxing.

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