If you have decided to get rid of facial hair, but do not know how to do it, our methods and tips will help you with this.
- Electrolysis. Hair follicles undergo a separate treatment with a needle, which transfers current directly to the hair root. This procedure destroys the hair, and it will no longer be able to grow back. Although this method of hair removal usually takes a long time, electrolysis is most effective and gives long-lasting results.
In order to remove facial hair, the method of laser hair removal is widely used. It is considered to be the most reliable long-term hair removal method. The hair follicles are exposed to short beams of light, thereby stopping further new hair growth.
One laser hair removal treatment affects thousands of hairs, and it takes 3 to 6 treatments to completely get rid of hair. Unlike electrolysis, the laser is less painful and does not take much time.
- Plucking procedures. If there are not too many unwanted hairs, you can try the plucking method. All you should get is a good pair of tweezers, a magnifying mirror. The procedure is carried out in natural light, preferably daylight. It is best to pluck hairs after a bath, during which time your pores are open and hair is much easier to pluck. You can ease the plucking session with a special balm that soothes the skin and relieves soreness. The effect after the procedure will last for one month, depending on the rate of hair growth.
- Another good way to remove facial hair is with chemical depilatory products. This method is quite popular due to its relatively inexpensive cost. However, due to the strong irritant composition, hair should be removed very carefully.
Hair growth retardants. These products do not remove existing hair. Instead, the agents act on hair follicles, slowing down their further growth. The growing hairs in the treated area will be much lighter and thinner, which allows you to achieve a long-lasting effect and get rid of facial hair. Retardants work well with various waxes, sugar depilation and plucking.
Products for slowing hair growth are produced in the form of various creams, which must be rubbed into problem areas several times a day for 1-2 months.