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Hair Removal For A Man

by: Allan Wilson

Hair Removal For A Man may sound very odd. I mean we always picture men with beard and moustache and hairy bodies. Not any more! The smooth, shiny and clean man is the new fashion icon. You will never find a 'hairy' body builder nor will you ever see the man in the underwear advertisement as anything but clean and smooth. Hair Removal For A Man! Yes, it's here to stay.

Health, fitness and bodybuilding have primarily remained the top three concerns of any man trying to look good. With 'smooth skin' being added to this list, Hair Removal For A Man is something no body conscious male can ignore. So, welcome to the world of wax, depilatory creams and sugar pastes.

Hair Removal For A Man could include all the options that a woman normally has. He could wax, (well, you can already see that face twitch with pain), or sugar (Oh! dear! That pains too!) Or shave (at least that is something they are familiar with). And if you are really required to look smooth all the time, go for electrolysis or a laser treatment.

Waxing may not be the ideal method of Hair Removal For A Man. Applying a sticky messy solution on those hairy legs and pulling them away with strips of clothes in the direction opposite to that of your hair growth definitely sounds painful. More so when you think of the large amount of hair men have on their bodies. Lets check out the other options of Hair Removal For A Man.

Sugaring is very similar to waxing and can be considered only for men of the tolerating kind. Here the only difference is that instead of wax, one uses a sugar paste (I guess, men had rather eat them!). Shaving is a good option of Hair Removal For A Man. However, it would only make them pokier as lovers with all that stubble and rough skin. We can narrow down Hair Removal For A Man to Lasers and Electrolysis.

If you are man enough and are not scared of needles, go for Electrolysis. They may be the ideal answer to Hair Removal For Man. Electrolysis involves destroying the hair follicles when they are at the peak of their growing cycle. That sounds more exciting, doesn't it? But wait till you listen to how one does it? Well, they will pierce needles into your hair follicles and sent electric currents right to the root of your problem. Of course, in the process a non-sterile needle could give you AIDS or you could get yourself electrocuted if your technician is a novice.

The last option of Hair Removal For A Man is the Laser. Similar to electrolysis, laser treatment uses laser beams instead of electricity to pulse through your skin and kill those follicles. They are cheaper than Electrolysis. Permanent options are better for Hair Removal For A Man though they are expensive and time consuming. But if you are looking for short-term answers, go for the regular creams, wax and razors.

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