Laser hair removal has become a popular option for people hoping to ditch their razors, waxes, and depilatory creams once and for all. While legs, the bikini area, and underarms are some of the most common places to seek laser hair removal, you may have never thought of these options.
We all know men tend to have a thicker line of hair along the center of the abdomen, but it’s common among women too. Hair tends to grow in thicker and longer in this area, so laser hair removal may be a good option to permanently reduce its appearance and boost confidence to finally wear that bikini or sports bra in public.
Again, we often consider “hairy chests” something only men suffer from, but many women, including those with coarser, darker hair growth experience some fuzziness on the sternum area between the breasts. Consider laser hair removal rather than depilatory creams, waxing, or shaving for this sensitive area.
As embarrassing as it might seem, some people simply have hair around their nipples. It’s natural, but it doesn’t have to be permanent. While tweezing may be the go-to solution for removing hair without causing damage to the nerves or delicate skin in this area, it’s certainly very painful. There are a lot of nerve endings in the nipples after all! For those looking for a more comfortable treatment that’s easier to maintain, laser hair removal may be the best option.
Sandals, strappy holiday heels, and engagement ring close-ups could look a lot more attractive with hair-free knuckles and toes. Coarser, darker hair on the fingers and toes extending to the back of the hands and tops of the feet are often an area many neglect to consider for laser hair removal, but these small areas can be treated quickly and effectively.
Men and women with short hair, those with rapid facial hair regrowth, or those who prefer an updo to styled tresses may be a little more conscious about coarser hair around the neck. The areas under the chin and at the nape tend to be common areas for coarser hair growth that are often forgotten when considering laser hair removal. Imagine not having to shave or trim those areas on a weekly basis. Sounds like freedom, doesn’t it?
Peach fuzz along women’s jawlines is nothing new, but as we age, hormone levels start to shift, leading to longer, coarser hair in this area. Nip it in the bud early with laser hair removal along the jawline and chin. Men, if you’re certain you’re never going to want a beard, you can make the commitment to permanent hair reduction and skip the daily shave with laser hair removal along the jawline.
While many men may want to keep their chest hair, they often want to maintain it and groom it within a specific area. Keep chest and abdomen hair maintained with laser hair removal along the sides of the abdomen and skip the hassle of depilatory creams and waxing.
While it may be embarrassing to admit hair growth in some of these seemingly “weird” places, many laser hair removal providers have seen it all, meaning your concerns are pretty run of the mill to them. While there are some limitations based on safety and applicator size, generally speaking, laser hair removal is an option for nearly every skin surface of your body.
Don’t be shy; start ditching unwanted hair with laser hair removal by contacting a certified treatment provider near you today:
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