There are plenty of ways to Reduce Hair Growth these days, many hair removal procedures as well as many interesting both natural and medication-aided ways to deal with your undesired hair growth. So, let me list a few both most important and most popular ways so you could determine which one could work best for you:
Electrolysis is said to be a very effective way to reduce hair growth, especially if there are only a few, small areas to treat. This hair removal procedure involves electro shocking each undesired hair follicle causing it to become weaker and weaker until it’s not able to produce any more hair. It’s not magical, of course, which means that you’ll have to repeat the procedure a few times but, hey –it’s a small price to pay to get rid of those thick stubborn stray facial hairs!
Designed to help remove hair from much larger areas such as legs, arms and back, laser hair removal is one of the most popular hair removal procedures nowadays. Laser treatments are quite expensive, they need to be repeated a few times for best effects and they require some pretty serious post-treatment skin care which means that you won’t only need to apply special creams to soothe your irritated skin but avoid sun-exposure as well. Sounds like too much? Yes, I’d have to agree but let’s not forget that there are plenty of very happy customers out there who can guarantee that this short-term suffering was well worth it!
3. Waxing And/Or Tweezing
Some say that waxing and tweezing won’t help you reduce hair growth but increase this problem even further! I’d have to disagree because I’ve been waxing for years and it really helped me get a few «critical» areas under control. Furthermore, I wish I wasn’t so determined to have thin eyebrows in the past because growing them back has proved to be mission impossible! Tweezing and waxing comes with some pretty obvious perks such as that long-lasting silky-smooth feel, the fact that some hair don’t grow back at all as well as the fact that you don’t have to wait a month or two to repeat the procedure. It’s not as reliable as laser or electrolysis and you’ll notice that hair in some areas just keeps growing back despite your best efforts but, hey, it’s still a good way to fight your undesired hair growth.