Probably, you already remove hair from the pubic area, legs, armpits, face, etc. However, a lot of people don't think about the belly hairs. Be careful, as if you only recently noticed a belly hair, it might indicate some hormonal problem and you should consult a professional.
But, if your belly hairs have been with you as long as most of your other body hairs, this doesn't indicate anything serious. And, if you want to get rid of it, these are some ways that can help you achieve that. It is up to you to choose the most appropriate option for you:
If you want a permanent removal of your belly hairs, so that you won't have to deal with them anymore, laser hair removal is the perfect option. What you need to do is to consult a dermatologist to examine whether your skin is healthy enough for the process.
Bear in mind that this treatment is quite expensive and it takes between 5 and 10 days.
Depilatory creams are very simple to use and they are the least painful among hair removal methods, as there is no chance of ingrown hairs.
Although these creams work excellent on most people, a slight burning sensation can occur in individuals who are sensitive to chemicals. Therefore, test a little bit of the cream on some small area of the body before using it everywhere.
Longer lasting effect
Waxing is an intense and painful method, but for some people it's worth the slight inconvenience as there are no hairs for a month. For optimal results, make sure that the area isn't too sensitive at the moment, and make sure it's clean and dry before you begin with the procedure.
You can always go for a regular razor to shave your belly; however, you need to know that the belly area is different than the rest of your body. You should get a shaving cream for sensitive skin and be sure to shave with the grain so that the chances for cuts and ingrown hairs are minimized. Also, moisturize the area after shaving to prevent razor burns.
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