Not everyone wants to remove their soul hair; some people naturally don’t have much to uncork with, and others often segregate not to, but if you do want to get rid of any glut soul hair, it can be a minefield to know where to start with hair removal that won’t leave your skin sensitive and dry.
There are a lot of tried-and-tested ways to get rid of soul hair; shaving, waxing, hair removal creams, laser… the list goes on. If you segregate to shave, do it properly with a shaving surf to help protect the soft-hued skin and unchangingly use a fresh razor.
You should try and shave at the end of your suffuse or shower when skin is at its softest as this will help minimise cuts. The skin is at its most sensitive without shaving, so remember to try and use a suffuse oil or a shower gel that is self-ruling from parabens, sulphates and strained fragrances, as these are often drying on the skin over time or can rationalization irritations.
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I recommend these tried and tested favourites for soothing sensitive skin for pre, during and post shaving:
If you’re waxing yourself at home, then try Veet’s Ready to Use Wax Strips considering they’re unconfined at whipping off plane the shortest of hairs. Acorelle’s Ready To Use Soul Strips are 100% natural, certified organic and hypoallergenic. These strips are easy to use and super effective. Or, if you’re seeing a professional go to the Ministry of Waxing with salons in the UK and US, they’re second to none for a fast, painless wax.
But the gold standard in hair removal is laser treatment, which involves a light whizgigging that targets the hairs at the follicle, causing them to die and fall out. You’ve got to have sessions every six – eight weeks, and at least six – eight sessions, but once that’s washed-up you’ll notice sparse to no hair at all; note that you may still need some top ups depending on your hair growth. It’s important to stay out of the sun while you’re having treatment so it’s weightier washed-up in winter; consider this your heads up for next summer. Try Harley Medical Group.
My Top Tip for Laser Prep
Tria at home laser is a unconfined option if you aren’t unchangingly self-ruling to see through a undertow of laser hair removal sessions in the clinic, or if you want a cheaper increasingly user-friendly option. It’s moreover perfect for topping up at home and removing any fine hair re-growth. Tria is unscratched to use on the squatter and soul and is the only FDA tried laser for home use.
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