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How to Remove Hairs Permanently?

Let us guess - you, like a million other modern women all over the world, are very much concerned about the issue of permanent hair removal. Whether you shave your hair, tweeze it, or use wax - it always appears again. But how to remove hairs permanently? And is it even possible? The methods of permanent hair removal can be conditionally divided into the root hair removal and complete dissolution of the hairs. Some of these methods are fairly close to remove hairs permanently, although in fact they simply prevent the growth of the new hairs for some time. Read this article to learn how to remove hair permanently and don’t forget to check on the existing hair removal methods. 

The 3 Main Types of Permanent Hair Removal

Intense Pulse Light (IPS), Laser hair removal, and Electrolysis are claimed to be the most popular and effective methods that can help permanently remove hair. Let’s check on each of them in detail. 

IPL

iplIntense Pulse Light or IPL is a method that implies the use of a broad-spectrum light targeted at the hair follicles to reduce their growth. The advantage of this way of permanent hair removal is a possibility to use it both at the salon and at home using a specially designed IPL device. IPL tools remove hair almost for good! They are perfect for people with dark hair and fair skin and are not very much recommended for the fair-skinned blondes.

One of the most efficient IPL devices represented in the modern market is SkinMyDreams IPL laser removal handset. It is totally painless and creates an effect of professional hair removal. Due to its unique principle of work, it can be used on any body part no matter what you need it for – intimate areas or face. The first permanent hair removal results from using SkinMyDreams are visible at once, and up to 10 weeks for just a couple of sessions, you will be able to enjoy a perfectly smooth hairless skin. 

Laser

The concept of operation of laser hair removal and IPL are quite similar, but the main difference between them is the type of waves applied. Laser hair removal implies a single wavelength that is more accurately targeted at the hair follicles. The hair follicle, heated to a certain temperature, decays, and the blood vessel that feeds the follicle seals up. After the procedure, the body pushes off the follicle, which prevents the new hairs from growing. But in case you expect complete permanent hair removal, it is hardly possible. From a physiological point of view, hair grows always, but with the help of IPL and laser, it is possible to significantly reduce its growth. Hair will grow slowly, will be extremely thin and almost invisible. You will be able to shave it off and forget about its existence for a month or even more.

If you are planning to carry out permanent hair removal at home, the laser method is quite an option, as it is very easy-to-use. However, it is not without drawbacks. For example, it can cause burns and irritation if used improperly. 

Electrolysis

This is a real permanent hair removal method that helps get rid of the hair for good and can be used on almost any part of your face or body. Hair is removed with thermal energy with the help of a special device, and then the hair follicle is removed with thin tweezers. If looking into detail of this principle of hair removal, electrolysis implies a metal needle that is inserted into the skin so that it reaches the follicles, and then the hair root is burned with the electric current. That is why electrolysis is the only method of complete hair removal. Despite the apparent superiority of this method over other methods of permanent hair removal, it also has its significant drawbacks. Firstly, it is not recommended to be used on large areas such as legs, back, and bikini. Secondly, it is not only painful but also tedious. Imagine how long it takes to pierce each follicle and put a current into it. Also, if we talk about permanent hair removal cost, this option is quite expensive and needs to be undertaken by a qualified professional. It usually takes several sessions to completely remove all the hair. The required number of sessions may vary depending on the type of your hair.

Other Ways That Claim to Achieve Permanent Hair Loss

In addition to all permanent hair removal methods described above, there are also several extra ways that may help make your skin smooth and hairless.

Prescription creams

This is definitely not a permanent hair removal method, but those who want to save their money will just love it. The prescription cream removes hair by dissolving it due to the high level of Ph it contains. However, since the structure of the hair on various body areas of the skin is different, the percentage of Ph can vary depending on the type of cream. Therefore, the prescription cream for the depilation of legs shouldn’t be used on the bikini area and vice versa. Prescription creams also have their pros and cons:

Pros

  • They don’t scratch the skin (if compared to shaving);
  • They can be used with any hair length;
  • The skin after the procedure becomes smoother;
  • Easy to use at home;
  • Cheap.

Cons

  • Temporal effect;
  • Contains active substances that break down protein chains, so there is a chance of getting a burn;
  • In case the cream comes into contact with the mucous membrane, you may get a painful burn. Therefore, this method is not used for the deep bikini hair removal and should not be applied to the face, the upper lip and eyebrows;
  • Unpleasant smell.

Professional tweezing and waxing

Waxing remains one of the most popular hair removal methods. It is quite simple, does not take much time, and is not very expensive. However, it has 2 significant drawbacks: a very short effect as this is not a permanent hair removal method, and it is painful. 

The purpose of tweezing is to completely remove the hair along with the follicle with the help of tweezers. The technique of the process is very simple: every hair should be held with the tips of the tool close to the root and then sharply yanked. This process is quite painful, especially in intimate areas. Besides, it requires a significant amount of time.

Chemical Depilation

Chemical hair removal is usually recommended after sugaring or waxing in order to get a longer-lasting result, as well as after a course of photo or electro hair removal in order to completely remove unwanted hair. It is based on the chemical effect the substances containing enzymes have on the hair follicles.

Enzymes dissolve the peptide bonds of the keratin protein, which is the main structural element of hair. As a result, enzymes penetrate into the hair, block the hair follicles, and destroy the cells. A course of 5-7 procedures is usually recommended to achieve the best results. 

Is There A Way to Achieve Permanent Hair Removal Naturally?

Usually, while looking for permanent hair removal at home remedies, the majority of ladies want to find something cheap, effective, and easy-to-use. Natural home remedies can be quite a solution. However, before you use any of these methods, bother to carefully learn everything about them and check the reviews. Remember that the main difference between the natural remedies and those made in the chemical industry is that natural ways do not warn us about the side effects that may be caused by the particular treatment. Besides, the ready-made depilation creams are created on the basis of accurate calculations, while hand-made remedies need preparation by yourself. Also, note that certain ingredients, if improperly selected, can cause a lot of problems, ranging from minor burns to more serious injuries.

The list of the substances that almost everyone has at home and can use to remove hair is as follows:

  • Potassium permanganate. Prepare a sufficiently concentrated solution and apply to the areas where you want to remove your hair several times a day. Over time, the hair will disappear.
  • Hydrogen peroxide. This method is not about removal. It is about discoloration and thinning of the hairs. As a result, the hair becomes less noticeable. If your hair is not too dark, this procedure can make it almost invisible.
  • Ammonium chloride with iodine. This method breaks all records of popularity since the effect of its use is noticeable the second day. In order to check its effectiveness, you should mix ethanol, ammonium, iodine solution, and castor oil, and apply the received mixture to the necessary areas twice a day.

Ayurveda

Ayurveda, as a system of the Indian traditional medicine, has a vast array of permanent hair removal methods. 

Remedy made of the herbal leaves and turmeric

In order to remove hair with the help of turmeric, it is necessary to prepare a thick paste using turmeric as well as leaves of neem and Acalypha indica. The paste should be applied to the necessary skin areas and left overnight. For better effectiveness, the procedure should be repeated 3 times a week.

Homemade lemon scrub

Such scrub is made of lemon juice, sugar and honey. The mixture should be applied to the skin areas and left for half an hour. 

Onion paste

Prepare a paste by mixing basil and chopped onion. Apply to the hairy areas and leave for 30 minutes. 

All these remedies are quite cheap and easy to prepare. However, note that their effectiveness is very questionable. 

The bottom line

Now you know everything about the methods of permanent hair removal. When selecting your hair removal option, take into account the type of your skin and hair. If you need some help in choosing the best option, read our permanent hair removal guide and you will manage to find the method that best meets all your criteria!

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