Though hair removal is common to men, women can choose from more than one variety of hair removal. The different kinds are: waxing, electrolysis, chemical treatments, tweezing, laser and creams. All these methods have their own pros and cons.
In the past years, hair removal is being performed with dry waxing, which is a very painful procedure. However, there are some versions of waxing which are only used in women. It is a kind of creams which removes the hair from the eyebrows, upper lip and the bikini line.
On the other hand, electrolysis is done by using an electrolytic method of removal. In this method, an electrical current is passed through the hair to break it down and reduce the growth of hair. This is done by using a generator or a constant current generator. This type of removal is done for mild hair growth problems.
Chemical treatments are not always effective, as it does not remove the hair permanently. It only reduces the growth of hair in patches. Another disadvantage of this treatment is that the hair will become thicker and darker after some time. However, this kind of treatment will help to fade your bad hair.
Tweezing is also an application method where the hair is pulled out by twirling it. However, this process is applied only for treating mild hair growth problems. In addition, it can be very painful. Thus, the hair becomes thicker and darker and will turn black after some time.
Laser hair removal is the most popular among the other methods. In this process, light energy is given to the hair follicles. The light intensity is adjusted in order to remove hair from the upper lip, eyebrow and the bikini line. This method is also used to treat mild hair growth problems. Some people even opt for this method for permanent hair removal.
There are lots of advantages and disadvantages associated with the different methods. You should consider all the details before opting for any kind of hair removal procedure.