Guest Author - Samantha Jackson
While both sexes often have unwanted hair, women have typically been proactive in having this hair removed. Now, men are finally admitting that they have bodily areas that are covered with unwanted hair and have turned to researching various approaches of removing excess fuzz or whiskers for good.
Laser Hair Removal
Laser has become a highly popular method with more and more people completing the procedure. Extremely successful, this process must be completed by a professional and is slightly painful and uncomfortable. Some say the laser feels similar to receiving a quick pinch.
After the initial pinching sensation, clients are then aware of what to expect and can anticipate the next touch. Some people go as far as purchasing their own machine, taking educational classes and completing the procedure on themselves. However, a majority of the population feel it is better and more economical to go to a treatment center rather than purchasing a machine and learning how to use it.
Another consideration for permanent hair removal for men is known as radio frequency. The number of individuals qualified at performing these treatments are few and far between and, in most cases, it is better from an economical standpoint to purchase this piece of equipment since this treatment needs to be performed on a continuous basis to hinder hair growth.
Ranked among the more popular methods is electrolysis. This process includes inserting a microscopic needle directly in each hair follicle and electrocuting it which basically kills the follicle rendering it useless in hair production.
As you can see, men have a variety of options in the area of hair removal. Radio frequency requires continuous treatments and laser methods are popular but, for many individuals, the procedure is painful.
For most men, electrolysis ranks high in popularity, is least problematic and will effectively give men the soft and smooth skin they desire.