Whether or not you wear sleeveless dresses, removing underarm hair is quite important for a number of reasons. Firstly, of course, it isn’t very aesthetically pleasing to see a thick growth of hair under the arms ruining your overall appeal, especially with sleeveless dresses. Apart from the aesthetic point of view, this hair growth causes some other problems as the sweat remains trapped in the hair thus helping the odor causing bacteria to survive and flourish in your armpits.
How to remove underarm hair growth
This is one question that confuses most women, as to what method of hair removal is best to remove underarm hair. You have varied choices such as shaving, waxing, electrolysis, hair removal creams, plucking and laser hair removal. Some of these methods are a bit painful, and there are others which may be too expensive. For instance plucking is quite a painful and a time consuming method.
On the other hand laser and electrolysis are somewhat expensive; and not every woman can really afford the high cost. Hair removing creams can scar the delicate skin. So now you’re just left with two options, so you can either shave off your underarm hair or you can get them waxed.
Waxing vs. Shaving
Both these methods have been used for under arm hair removal for a very long time. Most women find shaving an easier and quick method; however it is something that needs to be done on a very regular basis as the new hair growth is usually prickly and quite uncomfortable. Underarm waxing is a somewhat better way out, and although it may be a little painful, the effects are somewhat long lasting and you may not have to go in for another session for the next few weeks.
The best part of underarm waxing is that the new growth is usually scant and much softer. Also, most women suffer a few cuts, here and there, when shaving, which definitely does not happen in the case of waxing.