Removing Hair Down There: Which Method Is the Best?

Brazilian Hair Removal, Laser Hair Removal

If you are reading this, you are probably already spending a great deal of time and effort in removing some unwanted fuzz on your body – including down there.

A study showed that over 75% of people consistently groom their private area. It isn’t exactly sure why we have pubic hair – many believe that they serve to protect us from harmful viruses and bacteria, as well as a nasty infection. However, societal standards offer a different opinion; making women believe that it is undesirable to have a bushy underneath.

Many people don’t know this, but pubic hair is actually thicker and coarser compared to the hairs on your legs and arms. And this goes without saying: the area is particularly sensitive as well. What this means is that you have to be extra cautious when deciding to go for Brazilian hair removal – only the safest, most comfortable, and effective process should be approved.

Enough talk, it’s time to delve right in to the best methods for accomplishing this noble task.

Shaving

Shaving down there and everywhere is definitely the way to go for most ladies, offering the easiest, most fuss-free way to get rid of body hair on the daily. However, fail to do it properly and the results can quickly turn nasty.

Since the pubic area is much more sensitive, it is common to experience skin irritation, ingrown hairs, cuts, bumps and razor burns – especially at areas where it’s hard to see what you are doing.

And with open wounds, there is always a chance of infection. While investing in a clean, quality razor blade every time reduces the likelihood of it occurring – the risks aren’t worth it.  

Waxing

This is a method typically performed in a professional setting – using warm, soft or hard melted wax that is first applied on the skin, it is later removed in order to pull the hair out at its root.

This makes it a great option if you want something that can last you a good 4 to 6 weeks, BUT only if you can tolerate the pain of actually getting it done. In addition, getting a wax does not make you immune to possible burns, angry red bumps, and folliculitis – an awful infection of the hair follicles!

Hair removal creams

You will probably be familiar with depilatory creams – the more affordable, beginner-friendly version of a wax that can easily be bought at most drugstores and done at home.

While they are essentially painless as compared to getting a full-blown wax, certain formulas can be toxic and way too strong for the delicate areas – resulting in chemical burns and allergic reactions.

It is always wise to complete a spot test first to test your skin’s reaction, or avoid using hair removal creams altogether. As with any other at-home treatment, patience is required for this one.

Laser treatments

The only method that provides semi-permanent results is laser hair removal – our Super Hair Removal (SHR) machines work by targeting the pigments in your hair follicles, destroying them with powerful light energy so that they don’t grow back.

While IPL hair removal treatment isn’t suitable for those with darker skin types – SHR technology is able to work well for anyone! During your treatment, we first apply our specially manufactured Princess Gel™ onto the skin – containing plant-based microbeads that synergize with the light energy to give you softer, smoother and fairer skin!

If budget is a huge factor for you – rejoice! We update our hair removal promotions every month, and even offer youth plans for those under the age of 21!

The only downfall we can think of is having to go bare in front of someone else – but let us assure you that there is no need to be shy with us! Our friendly specialists don’t bite, and neither does our treatment!

Your body, your rules

Whichever of these best hair removal methods you choose, remember that it is ultimately up to you! However, if you do choose to go clean – SHR treatment is definitely the best one out of the lot!

Either way, you can always choose to switch things up later on, which is always a plus!