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Chest hair removal? advice on how to remove chest hair? shaving, wax, laser treatment
09-23-2014, 10:47 AM
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Chest hair removal? advice on how to remove chest hair? shaving, wax, laser treatment
What would you all say are the methods available for chest hair removal? how to remove chest hair? shave it or wax or laser treatment for chest hair? very curious about the options since lately I have heard from a couple of buds that it is becoming more and more common.

Also is it true that a chest with no hair looks more muscular? i may start a new thread with this question tho. Is it like suntanning where the chest looks with more definition? thanks as usual for any replies!!
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09-23-2014, 04:24 PM (This post was last modified: 09-23-2014 04:24 PM by Sunset.)
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RE: Chest hair removal? advice on how to remove chest hair? shaving, wax, laser treatment
When we discuss hair removal for men, most specifically chest hair removal, there're several ways in which we can achieve the required results; shaving chest hair, chest hair waxing and hair removal creams are all popular. For a more lasting result however, body hair removal for guys might involve special creams and even laser treatment.

While selecting the way of hair removal concerning your unsightly chest hair, the selection depends on your budget as well as the frequency of treatment. Shaving chest hair is simple and quick, but like facial hair, their growth is both fast and can be scratchy; what is a sleek chest in the morning may turn into a stubbly and scratchy mess by the same night if you are unfortunate.

For a longer lasting removal, you may like to choose a hair removal cream. These creams are basically the same for both men and women and the wanted effect lasts longer as the hair is dissolved away at the root. Creams are inexpensive and the effects may last as much as a week before the hair reappears. Hair removal creams today are no more foul smelling and the new growth of hair isn't bristly or sharp, making this a popular and economical option.

Chest waxing is a more permanent way of removing that unsightly chest hair, but the process doesn't come without pain. Waxing has been around many years for girls who enjoy smooth and hair free legs and bikini outlines, yet the process is somewhat unpleasant. There're two options like you may get to a waxing solution where hot wax solution will be applied onto the chest hair or you can also use wax strips that you can buy in most supermarkets and drugstores.

If you wish the hair of your chest to be treated for a longer time period and waxing is unpleasant for you then it's better to use the option of laser treatment. Whereas waxing will last around a month to six weeks, laser treatment is permanent. After some sessions, you will no longer need to re-visit your salon, all the hairs having been treated appropriately. The laser encourages the hair to grow inwards rather than protruding from body, the results being excellent and permanent. The key disadvantage to laser hair removal is obviously the cost; each session will be pricey and you may need numerous until you finally rid your chest of unwanted hair.

There are numerous options that can be used for removing the chest hair. If it's your first time that you will have all chest hai removed, then maybe a fast shave would be a better suited idea to see if you actually like your new hair free look. After becoming familiar with the look, you can proceed with a longer lasting solution like waxing or a permanent solution like a laser treatment for for chest hair removal.
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09-27-2014, 01:11 AM
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RE: Chest hair removal? advice on how to remove chest hair? shaving, wax, laser treatment
Lot's of guys I know use a depilatory cream mentioned above that "eats" hair off. Yes it stinks & is pretty much a super strong chemical used in perming hair but amped up to destroy hair structure melting it off.

Some of them like to clipper down their hair to a # 1 or 2 guard to avoid ingrown hairs.
(after any hair removal session, always exfoliate with a scrubby puff/loofa to remove any skin from around the follicle as the growing hair from the follicle can become ingrown)

Laser is most permanent but takes a few sessions to get it all & is the most costly. It is also the most effective on lighter skin color with darker hair. Lighter skin has less chance of decolonization from laser & the darker the hair, the easier the laser picks up on it, black on white contrast.

Yes lack of chest hair shows off muscle definition & contour of the body shape with the natural shadowing now visible of indentations which is hidden by hair. In photo shoots, its common practice to define muscle tone by lightly dusting a darker skin toned powder in the natural indentations of the musculature.
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