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December 1, 2007

Facial Hair Removal-What is Best for You  

However, this is not the case in everyday life; it is a very secure woman that feels comfortable with noticeable facial hair. Therefore, for most women it is important to have an effective means of facial hair removal.

Sugaring is becoming a popular alternative to waxing, which can cause redness and bumps on the skin. This method involves placing a syrup ball, made of sugar, water and lemon juice, onto the skin and then quickly striping it back off. The striping motion removes the hair by the root. Sugaring is also a good alternative for anyone who has had burned skin due to wax that was applied while it was too hot.

Shaving is never recommended for facial hair removal in women. Shaving needs to be done on a daily basis and causes the hair to grow back darker and more course than before. While all of the other methods listed are equally acceptable for both men and women, shaving should only be attempted by a man.

Another temporary, but rather affective form of facial hair removal is waxing. Waxing consists of applying hot wax to the area where hair is to be removed. The wax is then pulled in the opposite direction of hair growth, taking the hair with it. This method of hair removal is expected to last four to six weeks for most people. One point of interest, when hair is removed via waxing, it tends to grow back lighter and finer than before. Be very careful when waxing as the wax can be hot enough to scald the skin.

There are several ways to remove facial hair in women including waxing, using a depilatory cream or bleaching. The easiest, least painful and most cost effective is to use a depilatory cream. This solution works by changing the chemical makeup of the hair at the skin line, making it easy to wipe away. While this is effective, it is not long lasting, usually needing to be repeated every three to five days. Be sure, when choosing this option to only use a cream that is formulated for the face, creams that are to be used on other parts of the body may cause irritation to the face.

John Mancini has been writing about Laser Hair Removal online and offline for a long time. Visit
http://hair-removal-home.info/ or http://laser-hair-removal-center.com/ to read more about matters like hair removal for man and facial hair removal.

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