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Back Hair Removal: Is There An Easy Way?

 

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Back hair removal methods are in demand as many men find back hair embarrassing and unsightly.

Due to the awkward position on the body, back hair removal is difficult to perform alone unless one uses special razor tools which have recently come on the market.

There are three main solutions for men who want to do back hair removal. For two of them a partner or a salon professional will be needed, and one can be done alone with a little practice.

We'll take a look first at the back hair removal method that can be done alone.

Back Hair Removal Option #1 - Shaving

Shaving using a regular razor can cause painful ingrown hairs on the back. Normally hair is tapered at the end. Shaving removes this tapered end from the hair shaft creating a sharper bristly feel to the unwanted body that regrows.

Sometimes the hair grows into the side of the surrounding tissue rather than straight out through the follicle when back unwanted body removal is attempted with a razor.

Now there are devices with extendable handles that can be angled in the right position for self back unwanted body removal.

These new style back hair removal razors are good for reaching the middle and lower back areas, previously difficult to reach.

The Mangroomer Do-It-Yourself Electric Back Shaver for example, features a large 1.5-inch blade that enables you to shave larger areas of your back with ease.

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Back Hair Removal Option #2 - Waxing Or Sugaring

With the help of a partner at home, or a professional in a salon, waxing or sugaring takes the unwanted body hair out by the root so you don't need to do another back hair removal session for another 3 to 8 weeks, depending on how fast the hair grows and texture of hair which can vary from person to person.

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While waxing is a popular method of back hair removal, sugaring has certain advantages.

For one thing, the sugaring paste sticks to the hair and not to the skin so it isn't quite so painful.

Also sugar pastes are water based so they can be easier to clean up than waxing solutions which are petroleum based.

Back Hair Removal Option #3 - Laser Or Electrolysis

Many believe electrolysis and laser hair removal are the only permanent hair removal solutions. Having said that, there can still be individual hairs that grow back so results can be different for each person.

Seeing laser or electrolysis back hair removal can be quite expensive, it is important to have a thorough consultation first with a licenced practitioner and even have a test area treated.

At one time laser unwanted body removal was only effective with persons with dark hair and light skin. However, certain laser devices now available treat all skin and hair types. So a consultation is important to establish how effective the treatment is likely to be in any particular case.

Electrolysis uses an electric current to destroy the unwanted hair root.

Electrolysis can take much longer than laser hair removal because every hair follicle has to be treated separately. Laser back hair removal can take between 2 to 3 hours whereas electrolysis may take between 5 to 10 hours, depending on the area to be treated.

Quotes for electrolysis can range from as little as $25 to $100 per hour. Be aware though that, cheaper quotes do not necessarily mean the whole program will cost less. For example, the treatment could take longer than it should!

Laser hair removal can cost around $500 per session with numerous sessions needed for an a large area such as the back. Individual consultations are very important to establish the pricing level.

To Summarize . . .

Choosing a back hair removal method that suits you may be challenging. Many men choose the more economical options of shaving or waxing.

Whatever method is chosen, they feel it is worth it. For one thing, some men are not the target for tasteless jokes as soon as they take off their shirt.

They look in better shape with good muscle definition not obscured by hair, and some men feel probably more comfortable as back hair removal helps minimize perspiration and resulting body odor.

If you feel back hair is unsightly, why not review the three back hair removal options listed above and decide which one is best for you.

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