What's the best method for a man to permanently remove back, shoulder and chest hair?

Asked by robbm

8 answers

You should do IPL hair removel, depend of how strong is your hormone, maybe can grow back, some people work fine, some not, other option waxing, do every 4 to 6 weeks, the hair become fine, some of my clients dont have hair like as before anymore.
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I would recommend Laser or Intense Pulsed light. If you have strong dark hair and pale skin, you should see results fairly quickly. Waxing will be an on going treatment and Electrolysis will take a long time to clear, as each hair follicle needs to be treated individually.
I would say IPL
IPL is not a laser and is significantly less powerful than a laser. Having said that, not all lasers give the same results. The best laser machines for permanent hair reduction available at the market right now are Lumenis LightSheer and Soprano (when the painless mode is switched off on the Soprano machine). Please, check out this article to get more info https://www.bodysilk.co.uk/news/2012/laser-hair-removal-vs-ipl
Their is nothing like permanent hair removel,its permanent hair reduction which is IPl or laser.and one fact is you can not wax during the treatment depandig on what machine is salon useing,coz you have to keep the root of hair to be burn and make the hair groth reduce.or reguler waxing like every 2 to 3 weeks will also reduce the groth of hair slowly.
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You will probably hear that is laser or electrolysis, but I can tell you that I have few clients who did that 4 years ago and now their hair are growing back, in patches, not as bad as before, but still coming back. I do Body Sugaring, which removes hair including roots and leaves skin beautifully soft and silk and hair are growing back thinner and weaker and period between treatment becomes longer, but still you have to do it 5-6 weeks if you want to keep your body "clean" and hairless. Good luck!
I guess the answer really hinges on your definition of permanent and how much you want to pay. I would always opt for waxing which will need repeating every 4 - 6 weeks. I will leave others to respond on the question of IPL and Electrolysis my own experience is that these treatments are not as permanent as is often portrayed.