Sugaring Vs. Waxing For Arm And Leg Hair Removal
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Sugaring Vs. Waxing For Arm And Leg Hair Removal

Do you have too much arm hair and feel like you need to get rid of it? While arm hair may look good on guys, for women it can be unsightly, even if it is just a little. To change this, many women will choose to bleach their arm or even decide to wax it all off.

There are even depilatory creams you can buy on the internet that will destroy the hairs as they start to grow. It is all up to you which method is right for you.

To help you make an informed decision, we will go over each method in detail so you know which is the best choice for you and what you need in order to quickly get rid of arm hair. Here are a few arm hair removal methods you might want to try:

1. One of the oldest ways of arm hair removal is sugaring, first practiced in ancient Egypt. Sugaring involves making a paste out of sugar, heating it, and applying it to the skin. You should then place reusable cotton strips over the paste, firmly press down, and pull them off to remove the hair from the skin.

Not only can this process be used on the arms, it can also be used on the legs, stomach, bikini line, and even the upper lip. Just like waxing, the hair that has been pulled out will most likely not grow back until 4-6 weeks. If your hair grows quickly, it might take a shorter time.

Also like waxing, it is a painful experience and can be somewhat like using sticky tape to rip off the hair. It might leave your skin a little bit red but it is safe and the healing effects of sugar can help out a little bit. This is mainly practiced by women, however there is no reason to not consider this a viable male hair removal method.

2. Electric Epilation is another method to remove arm hair. It uses an electrically powered tweezers that have many tweezers inside of it so that it can remove many hairs at once. It is used in the same way an electric shaver is used, by placing the head of the device onto the skin.

Again, this can be similar to waxing because it can be very painful the first time. If you use it frequently, though, the hair connections will get weaker and it will be easier to pull the hairs out. You should attempt this after you have tried sugaring.

Aside from these simple solutions there is also the possibility of going in for laser hair removal treatment. Whatever you decide, there are many arm hair removal kits on the internet that provide sugaring techniques and electric tweezers so do not worry, you are searching in the right place.

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