Skip the Salon – Hair Removal at Home

Whether it’s peach-fuzz to long, dark, or coarse growth, women have been locked in a never-ending battle with excess hair and hair removal forever. Practically every woman on this planet is interested in hair removal for areas such as legs, underarms, or bikini area, where growth is normal but sometimes undesirable. No matter the reason, there is no shortage of ways to cope.

Skip the stress of trips to the salon – there’s nothing like getting a smooth hair-free body at home!

Here’s how:

Laser Removal: One of our earlier posts in at the beginning of the year we gave you a complete run down on how good Tria Laser Removal 4x is. If you want to permanently reduce your unwanted hair at home, this is your go- to solution. Try it with the Smooth Start Calming Gel for an even more comfortable experience.

Waxing:  If you don’t like shaving then switching to waxing is a good option. The Bliss Poetic Waxing Microwavable Wax Kit is something we cannot wait to share when the topic is all about waxing.  It includes a cup of Bliss’s famous blue wax that you microwave to use in the privacy of your own home, pre & post waxing oil, a skin cleanser, and six spatulas (large and small). The directions are clear and easy to follow, and the soothing cleanser and oil help prevent ingrown hairs.

Ingrown hair: We know a lot of ladies suffer from a bumpy bikini area and the Bliss Ingrown Eliminator Pads just might be the fix you are looking for. The salicylic and glycolic acid grab the hair and pull it out in a gentle way and then soothe the skin with a nice balance of oat extract, witch hazel and lavender oil. For whatever kind of hair removal you choose – this works!

 

Diary of a Beauty Banker

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