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    Shaving is the fastest and easiest at-home hair removal procedure. You can safely remove facial hair around the upper lip, chin, eyebrows, and sidelocks with minimum effort. However, these results are neither permanent nor long-lasting. If you rely on shaving, you will have to re-shave every two to three days.
    To get the best results while shaving, you could smoothen the surface of the skin prior to shaving by applying shaving cream or soap on the soap. This will reduce the chances of getting cuts. The best movement whilst shaving is to glide the shaver over your face in the direction of your hair growth.
    For the most part, shaving your hair is a safe procedure, however, you will be prone to ingrown hairs. This is when the hair grows back into the skin, causing small bumps. However, ingrown hair takes care of themselves within days without any help.
    Laser Hair Removal (At Home)
    Laser hair removal treatments are the way to go when it comes to long-lasting results. Laser hair removal treatments use laser and pulsating beams that damage hair follicles, resulting in loss of hair. With the help of laser hair removal treatments, you will be able to stay hair-free for a minimum of 6 months.
    Previously laser hair removal treatments were carried out only by professionals. However, with the new tread of affordable laser hair removal tools in our market, laser hair removal treatments can be carried out around your schedule in the comfort of your home.
    How to use laser hair removal device:
    Cleanse your face using a gentle face wash or just warm water.
    Pat your skin dry.
    Shave your facial hair. Laser hair removal devices work better when hair is shorter.
    Select your treatment level on the device.
    Place the laser over the targeted area and commence your treatment.
    Repeat this treatment every two weeks.
    These are the general instructions for most laser hair removal devices, however, if your device comes with a separate set of instructions, be sure to follow it thoroughly to get your desired results.
    Eflornithine and other topical prescriptions
    Even when you tweeze, wax, or thread, unwanted facial hair always finds a way back to your face. However, with the help of Eflornithine or other topical prescriptions, you will be free from unwanted facial hair. Talking to your doctor will help you narrow down which topical prescription will suit your skin, however, Eflornithine is one of the few that is an approved medication for women’s hair removal.
    Topical prescriptions for facial hair removal do not work overnight. However, they do provide you with permanent hair removal and thus, they are worth the wait. Till you’ve achieved your desired result it is best to rely on another form of hair removal that acts immediately. It is important to know that most of the topical prescriptions rely on other forms of hair removal and if you stop applying the cream at any point, the hair will start to regrow.
    If your skin is not suited for the cream, these are the symptoms that you will face:
    Tingling of the skin
    Skin redness


    Methods to remove hair for a hair free body. Most women prefer to get rid of excess body hair using various methods of hair removal. While shaving and waxing are popular options, there are many other ways to get rid of unwanted hair.

    Hair removal cream
    Hair removal creams, also known as depillers, contain chemicals that break down hair structure.

    Hair removal electrolysis
    In this method of hair removal, a needle is used to deliver a short burst of an electric current into the hair follicle. It has been said to remove permanent hair after just a few sessions. Unlike laser, electrolysis works for any type of hair and skin.

    Laser hair reduction
    Laser hair reduction is a long-term option that involves lightening the hair follicles. Doctors claim this to be permanent, and it usually reduces the amount of hair and makes it finer. The laser is set to damage pigment cells, which is why it works best on people with darker and thicker hair growth.

    Hair removal tweezers
    Unhappy with your unruly, bushy eyebrow or wondering how you can get rid of those stray coarse hairs on your chin? All you need is a pair of tweezers and you are good to go. Tweezing is an easy way to get rid of individual hair roots.

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