Something men and women have in common is the burden of shaving. Everyone gets unwanted body hair. The simple reality is that shaving, waxing and using chemical creams to eliminate unwanted body hair is a hassle that plagues both sexes. In addition, a razor does not discriminate. It will nick, scrape and cut a man just as easily as it will do these things to a woman. For these reasons, it is common for men and women alike to look for alternative ways to keep unwanted body hair at bay. This is why laser hair removal has rapidly become a popular replacement for other outdated hair removal methods. Once people try laser hair removal for the first time, it becomes such an easy way to maintain unwanted body hair that it is difficult to see a reason for going back to removing body hair any other way.
Maintaining a Professional Look
It does not matter if you are a man or a woman; chances are, you have to maintain some degree of a professional appearance for work. Since you have to look good for your job, laser hair removal will ensure that you will have a hair-free face and flawlessly smooth skin every time. Since you will not be using a razor to get this result, you do not have to worry about explaining blemishes to others like when you used a razor.
With each laser hair removal treatment, the follicles are rendered less capable of regrowing hair than before. This means it will take longer and longer for your hair to grow back. If and when it does grow back, it will grow in thinner than before. For some men and women, hair does not grow back for weeks or even months at a time. However, results vary based on a number of factors.
Another common problem men and women face when shaving is the pain they experience due to sensitive skin. Friction from using a razor causes this problem in a lot of people. This is especially common when using a razor on facial and armpit skin. Since a laser does not scrape against the skin, men and women with sensitive skin find it is much easier to tolerate laser hair removal.
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