July 27, 2016
How Much Do You Spend to Remove Unwanted Hair?
Waxing, shaving, tweezing is one problem both men and women have been facing and the result, normally the hair grows back. This is just a typical routine that really takes a lot of time and money to get rid of especially the parts where you don’t want to others to see that unwanted hair.
Watch this waxing video from eHow:
As you can see from the video just getting rid of some unwanted hair seems painful, imagine pulling out a single hair. So imagine then pulling out a portion at a time?
Some American men and women had to resort to laser equipment at a cost you more for 8 to 12 sessions just to have completely remove and stop it from growing back.
According to alternet.org:
Recent studies indicate that more than 99 percent of American women voluntarily remove hair, and more than 85 percent do so regularly, even daily. The usual targets, for the moment, are legs, underarms, eyebrows, upper lips, and bikini lines. Those habits, furthermore, appear to transcend ethnic, racial, and regional boundaries. Over the course of a lifetime, one 2008 survey indicated, American women who shave (a relatively inexpensive way to remove hair) will spend, on average, more than ten thousand dollars and nearly two entire months of their lives simply managing unwanted hair. The woman who waxes once or twice a month will spend more than twenty-three thousand dollars over the course of her lifetime. Most American men, too, now routinely remove facial hair, and increasing numbers modify hair elsewhere on their bodies.
According to fda.gov:
FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health regulates electrolysis equipment and lasers. Chemical depilatories, waxes, and shaving creams and gels fall under the jurisdiction of FDA’s Office of Cosmetics and Colors in the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. The practice of professional hair removal is generally regulated by state and local authorities.
When you get to desperate about getting rid of those unwanted hair you should also consider your time and budget so when deciding you should consult an expert and even calculate how much money you have to spend for it.
And once you do, consider some basic facts on which part of the unwanted hair are you willing to get rid of.
There are three different hairs types that can be found on the human body: lanugo, vellus, and terminal. Lanugo is a downy, unpigmented hair found on fetuses and sometimes on malnourished children and adults. Typically, lanugo on newborns is shed within days or weeks and replaced with vellus hair. Vellus is short, fine, thin, light-colored, and barely noticeable. This type of hair is often seen around the lips, the back of the ears, some external genital areas, the navel, and scar tissue. Terminal hair develops out of vellus hair and is hair that develops during puberty in both boys and girls. Terminal hair becomes darker, coarser hair. The density of hair varies from person to person.
Now some actually doesn’t have to be removed but it’s always up to you to decide on that. There are different ways on how you can get rid of those unwanted hair. You can find these hair removal offers from spas and beauty clinics near your area. Consult an expert and don’t forget to ask for quote and how long the sessions would take.
According to beautyresource.org.uk there are 4 Types of Hair Removal:
If you have decided that you would like to remove some or all of your body hair, it’s worth considering all of the different options. Each hair removal technique has its risks and its benefits and different techniques will work better on different parts of the body. To find out more about the treatments listed below, simply follow the links.
These will include:
- Laser Hair Removal.
Eventually, some of these hair removal types are not as effective as you think so it’s best to ask them which better procedure could really stop the unwanted hair from growing back.
Here’s an inforgraph from totalbeauty.com that best explains the top for least time spent and money spent, and lowest pain factor you get from shaving, waxing and laser.