How to Get Rid of Unwanted Hair

How to remove unwanted hair

Learning how to remove unwanted hair is so much easier than it is often made out to be. You have plenty of safe and effective options at your disposal from shaving, waxing, electrolysis, laser hair removal, and everything in between. Whatever method you choose, you need to know in advance that it is the right method for you and meets exactly what your hair removal needs are.

On this page you will learn how to remove unwanted hair and get some solid information on on the pros and cons of different procdures for unwanted hair removal.


Step 1

Identify the area of your body you want to remove hair from.

Step 2

Decide whether you are looking for a short term removal method or a permanent method of hair removal.

Step 3

If you choose a temporary hair removal method, prepare the area to be worked on by making sure your skin is clean and make notes of any area that requires special care such as spots that have an open wound, scab, or mole.

Step 4

Make sure you follow the specific instructions the manufacturer has outlined for the use of their product. This will allow you maximum effectiveness and help you avoid any potential problems like rashes, bumps, and unnecessary damage to your skin. This will usually include use of a moisturizer that contains Vitamin E and/or aloe.

Step 5

Follow proper aftercare procedures to make sure your skin recovers as quickly as possible.

Step 6

For permanent hair removal methods follow these steps

Decide on how much hair removal you will need: One specific body area or a larger job.

Step 7

Consult a licensed electrolysis agent and laser hair removal facilty to help determine which option is better for you. People with light hair or dark skin often are better served by going the electrolysis route.

Step 8

Determine which option if both are suited to your needs and deemed effective is the most cost efficient. Just as important, identify which process and provider you are the most comfortable with.

Step 9

Follow their guidelines for session preparation and aftercare to the letter! This will keep you from having less than optimum results so far as the removal process and keep your skin as healthy as possible after each session.

You will Need
• For temporary removal you will need razors, a depilatory, or a home waxing kit.
• Make sure you have plenty of time to do the job without rushing.
• Make sure you have a moisturizer with Vitamin E to help soothe your skin after hair removal.
• For permanent hair removal make sure you have time to relax and stay out of the sun after each session.
• Have the products your hair removal specialist has outlined for aftercare prior to your session.

Tips & Warnings
• Not every hair removal method is right for every person.
• When waxing or using any form of depilatory always do a small test patch area to make sure your skin does not have an averse reaction.
• If you opt for a permanent hair removal method be sure to use a professional that is licensed and can provide references.


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