“Manscaping” is now a scheduled part of most men’s grooming routines. Some of the reasons why men choose to remove excess body hair are: to make their muscles appear more defined, the need to feel clean and well groomed, attractiveness.
When it comes to hair removal for men, there are four main methods which are available: waxing, shaving, hair removal creams, and laser. We take a quick look at the pros and cons of each, helping you make the right choices when it comes to keeping your body hair under control.
Shaving and hair removal creams
Straight-forward and easy enough to do at home, both shaving and hair removal creams are cheap options that can remove hair in the short-term.
Unfortunately, regrowth is fast: many men report that hairs are visible just days after they’ve removed them. There are also issues around practicality: while it’s easy enough to shave the face or chest, managing the shoulders or back can be tricky unassisted. When it comes to hair removal cream, there are limits on where it can be applied, meaning that vital spots get missed!
Laser hair removal
Laser hair removal for men is effective and regrowth is slow. When the hair grows back, it’s often finer and less noticeable. That said, laser therapy is expensive as it needs to be repeated every few months.
Hair removal for men – waxing
Possibly offering the best value option for long-lasting hair removal, waxing is versatile enough to be used almost anywhere on the body. Although the technique can be uncomfortable, it’s also fast and very effective. A professional wax, using high-grade Rica waxes, can result in beautifully smooth skin and slow regrowth. Irritation after waxing is also fairly minimal and in most cases will subside quickly. Suitable for most skin types, waxing is the preferred hair removal method for many men.
If you want to experience the great results which professional waxing can bring, why not get in touch with us now and book a hair removal session with one of our trained waxing technicians?
Call us on 04 4203344 (Business Bay branch)/ 04 3709706 (Oud Metha branch) today.