It may seem like winter is never going to end, but despite the cold, swimsuit season is drawing near. This means you need to start getting swimsuit ready now. We don't mean working out; we mean that now is an excellent time to consider getting your bikini line in shape.
You have a few options when it comes to removing unwanted hair:
Shaving. Shaving is a very common way to remove hair. It is fast and inexpensive. But, it can also cause ingrown hairs, stubble and itchiness when the hair grows back. Your bikini line is not really an area where you want pain, bumps and itchy skin. You also must shave regularly to keep up with hair growth.
Waxing. Waxing is also a popular way of removing hair, but before you attempt this, there are a few things you should know. Waxing requires that hair be at least one-quarter inch long, which means you're going to have to grow your hair out before you can wax it. This can be frustrating for many women because of the stubble struggle. Waxing can also be very painful, especially in sensitive areas. Additionally, waxing can leave you with ingrown hairs, red bumps and itchy skin. Warning: Waxing can also be very messy if you try to do it yourself.
Depilatory Creams. Depilatory creams such as Nair or Veet remove hair by breaking it down chemically. The process takes three to five minutes to complete. These products do work but can also cause skin irritation in the sensitive bikini area. They are also very smelly and can cause headaches and breathing issues for some individuals.
Laser Hair Removal. Laser hair removal is an excellent option for removing unwanted hair from your bikini area because it can directly target the hair you want to get rid of without affecting the delicate surrounding skin. Laser hair removal is fast and can leave treated areas smooth for weeks, making your life and personal care routine much smoother (see what we did there?). Many women experience permanent hair loss after three to seven laser treatments.
Banish bikini hair this year. Schedule a laser hair removal appointment today by calling Infinity Medical Group at 888-716-0559.