CategoryHair Removal

How to Treat and Prevent Razor Bumps


Razor bumps are the small, red, raised areas that can be left behind after shaving. This is particularly a problem for women who will often find themselves with the small marks when shaving their bikini lines. In some cases, this can be just as unattractive as the hair itself and it can also be quite uncomfortable. Men can also deal with razor bumps though. In this case, they may appear...

Hair Removal Options for Women


Working out how to get rid of unsightly hair can often be a bit of a difficult decision for women. Deciding to remove the hair tends to be a quick conclusion but there are so many different ways and how you go about it can vary greatly from person to person. Some people favour waxing, a quick although painful solution; while others favour shaving, much less painful but without the long lasting...

Does Hair Removal Cream Burn?


If you have excess hair all over your body you have probably tried out every natural and possible ways to get rid of your unwanted excess hair. Surely, you have tried razors, having electric shaving, plucking and cutting them but to no avail; they keep growing back in a short while. You may have wandered into the medical solutions such as laser, electrolysis and other medical procedures but these...

Ingrown Pubic Hair – Six Tips


Ingrown hairs are known as Psuedofolliculitis Barbae (PFB), razor bumps, razor burn, hair bumps, shaving bumps, ingrowns. Psuedofolliculitis Barbae refers to hair which has been cut or broken off below the skin level which then begins to grow through surrounding tissue rather than out of the follicle. In other cases, hair curls round and starts growing back into the skin causing irritation and...

Thread That Lip Hair Away


Women don’t want all that hair in places other than on their head! With either heredity or age, the ladies are bound to get a moustache on their upper lip and it’s never ever welcomed. First there was shaving, and then came the plethora of creams, lotions and potions to remove hair, then there was waxing, and even electrolysis. Now gals, there’s yet another method you may choose...

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