Hair Removal for Women is a Part-Time Job
As women, I have experience the pain and sideeffects of hair removal at first hand. My first trip to our local parlor was very memorable for me, not because it was amazing but rather painful and ugly. Hair removal for women is very important because it defines good hygiene and proper grooming. A well groomed legs and armpit often adds fuel to their self-esteem. I can go on a week without shopping but I can never let the week pass by without visiting my local parlor. Sometimes, i prefer to do things under my roof, this is where hair removal products come in handy. I enjoy side trips at our local drugstore; I have this ritual of closing my eyes while choosing hair removal products. I’m not mentally impaired; I just accepted the fact that all products are the same. I have been waxing, shaving, bleaching and threading for 15 years. Nothing has changes, the pain and side-effects still remains. I have considered getting an electrolysis and laser treatments. I was convinced to pay the price that promises permanent flawless legs. The Permanent hair removal for women claimed to be painless and accurate but I wasn’t sure if I really wanted to dispatch 400 dollars per session. My sister had the laser treatment and she claimed that it wasn’t totally pain-free. There was a burning sensation from time to time that caused redness in her skin for hours. The burning sensation was a hug turn off for me, I really didn’t like playing with laser because am afraid of the serious side-effects that it may bring. I have researched on the internet about different methods concerning hair removal for women. Some suggest creams and lotions while some still continues the art of waxing. Most products that are offered over-the-counter are friendly to all types of skin. While some may perform better than the others, it is important to find a product that will cater your personal needs and concerns.
Published on Feb 21, 2011
As women, I have experience the pain and side-effects of hair removal at first hand. My first trip to our local parlor was very memorable fo...