From Razors to Lasers
Shaving is the quick, cheap and easiest way to get rid of unwanted hair at the comfort of your own home. The cost of a standard razor is around £6.00, but it comes with a few consequences, you could end up with scratches and patches of hair you missed, and that can't happen if you're about to go on a night out with the girls but if you're in a rush I guess that's the price you to pay.
Waxing Hair Removal
Waxing is a great way to get rid of unwanted hair if you don't have time and you're not in a rush to go anywhere looking glam because the usual side effect of waxing is redness and your skin can get very irritated and will usually cause bleeding/bruising. Waxing is not permanent so if that's what you're after this is not the solution waxing will only last for around 3-6 weeks depending on how hairy you are. At home or in the salon the outcome will be the same but will cost you more at a salon where you could buy all the wax in the world for just getting your legs done but just depends if you can be bothered at the end of the day.
Depilatory Hair Removal
Depilatory Creams also are known as chemical depilatories usually are just used for arms and legs they shouldn't be used on the face unless it says on the packaging, there are different types of Depilatory Creams; gel, cream, lotion, aerosol, roll on and powder forms pending on how your skin reacts. Prices can range from £11 to £47 it's just down to the type of brand, but usually, you get what you pay for. Most of the reviews I have seen are the more you pay, the better the outcome.
Electrolysis Hair Removal
Electrolysis can be treated on pretty much every part of the body and is a great way to get rid of the unwanted hair but isn't permanent the first time you get it done you will have to have several treatments from where you got it done. Electrolysis treatment isn't pain-free, so this isn't the answer. If you have a bit of cash to splash I would recommend Electrolysis if you haven't tried it before. The average costing of something like this for a single 15-30 minutes session is £60 from a professional. The side effects are very minimal, but it will usually cause little scaring pending on where the treatment is performed on the body. How Electrolysis works is the handset of the machine will pick out the individual hair follicle and try destroying its ability to regrow.
IPL Hair Removal & Diode Laser Hair Removal
Laser Hair Removal isnt as daunting as it sounds it's not all that bad, there are a lot of laser hair removal machines out there what will do treatments pain-free, but the effect won't be as good as a machine what gives you a bit of a prick. Working for a prestige company like High Profile Technologies, we sell the best diode & IPL lasers. That's why I think this is the way forward if you want to get rid of all your unwanted hair permanently.
You will find our machines all around the UK in salons and clinics, if you so happen to have one in your area, you will only have to have maybe go in for 3-5 treatments, and then all your unwanted hair will magically never come back! Using a laser hair removal machine does come at a substantial cost, but all the celebrities use this method so if its good enough for them its good enough for you bare in mind if you can pay for the treatment. The average cost of a single treatment on a Diode laser what is the best Laser hair removal machine on the market would cost you around 300 for a full body treatment. "This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back."