Finding the Fountain of Youth Through Hair and Skin Products

Permanent Hair Removal Techniques

People have been removing unwanted hair from particular parts of their body for years. Even though it was generally a common thing for women to do, the number of men that choose to undergo hair removal techniques has also increased over recent years. There are numerous hair removal products on the market including creams, wax, threading and hair proliferators, but these only remove hair temporarily and many people are searching for permanent ways to remove unwanted hair.

There are permanent hair removal techniques available now, including laser hair removal, electrolysis and the intense pulsed light method. Even though these methods are more expensive than temporary hair removal products, they will ensure that the growth of hair is much slower for longer periods of time. It is possible for hair to grow back after time, but the hairs will be much lighter and thinner than they were previously.

Also, it is important to note that because permanent hair removal is considered to be a medical procedure, it is vital that you visit a certified practitioner, such as those at Permanence City. If the process is carried out unprofessionally, the skin may suffer from burning or irritation and redness.


Electrolysis is the system whereby fine needles are placed into the hair follicles and an electric current is released, which destroys the follicle. It can be a lengthy process in comparison to other treatments, but it is less expensive when concentrating on small areas of the body.

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal uses intense light to destroy the hair follicle, which works out less expensive for larger areas of the body.

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)

This treatment has become increasingly popular as it is more of a hair decreasing technique, rather than a permanent hair removal technique. It is similar to laser hair removal treatment, but is less expensive.

There are intense pulsed light devices available to use in the comfort of your own home, which are small enough to use in your own bathroom. The device should be held over the affected area, which will calculate your skin tone and quantity of hair before it begins to pulsate. The device should be kept moving for successful hair loss.

Regardless of which method you choose, ensure that it is done correctly. The area where you have had the hair removal treatment should be cared for correctly by staying out of the sun for a few days after treatment. The reason for this is that during the hair removal process, the skin pores are opened and are extremely vulnerable to sun burns. Taking precautions and good care after treatment will leave you feeling delighted with the choice you made.