The other is laser treatment, involving three or four treatments spaced several weeks apart. This can be expensive and is not a permanent way to remove hair, but produces a good long lasting result for most patients. There are other ways of removing unwanted hair that are probably best directed at other areas of the body. Sugaring (the use of a sugar paste) and waxing (using hot wax and strips of cotton material), which remove the hair by the roots and last for four to six weeks, are two of the most efficient and popular methods of hair removal for facial, abdominal and chest hair.
These techniques can be rather uncomfortable depending on the sensitivity of the area being treated and the experience and technique of the practitioner. Over a period of time, these methods can lead to a weakening of the hair growth, resulting in thinner and finer hairs. Plucking may be the best method for the relatively sparse hairs around the nipple area. Electrolysis is not a permanent way of removing hair, because regrowth is possible. It is reported to be effective and long lasting, but is considered by some to be too painful for areas other than the face and chin. Yours sincerely The NetDoctor Medical Team
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