Without a doubt, waxing is an option to consider. The benefits are numerous and with the wide range of Depilève waxes available, your beautician will find the one that works best for your scalp and hair type.
The benefits of waxing versus shaving. “Waxing lasts longer over time because it removes the hair from the follicle while shaving only cuts it on the surface,” says Shays. “Waxing keeps you smooth longer because unwanted hair thins and in some cases doesn’t grow back at all.
What is the bottom line? Waxing should take between 3 and 6 weeks depending on your personal hair growth, the location of your wax and the accuracy of the application.
How often can you do it? Waxing can only be done when the hair is between 1/4- and 1/2-inch long. This means that you should typically wax once every 3 to 4 weeks. Shaving can be done as often as needed, but remember that if you have sensitive skin, shaving more frequently may cause irritation.
The pointy hair you had is the hair you will get back. (Although in rare cases overgrowth that pulls a hair from the root can reduce the growth of certain hair follicles due to the repeated trauma).
Electrolysis can permanently remove unwanted hair. Once your hair is gone, you don’t need any maintenance treatments. It works on all hair types, including light hair that lasers cannot remove.
Each time you grow you do a small amount of damage to the hair follicles, so the hair follicles weaken over time – this means you will find your hair if you do it regularly growing for a period of time can reduce growth, it can become finer and patchier (it won’t stop it entirely) – this applies to terminal hair (mostly…
Medical problems. Finally, your hair may grow back quickly after a waxing treatment due to a diagnosed or undiagnosed medical issue. Hormone fluctuations caused by conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome and some medications can all be potential factors in why your hair is growing back faster.
Waxing reduces hair growth if done every four to five weeks. While shaving cuts off the hair at the skin’s surface, when it grows, it pulls it out at the root so that it grows back softer, finer and thinner.
Unlike shaving your hair, waxing doesn’t result in those extra sharp points which are more likely to curl back into your skin. In this way, waxing can reduce your chances of getting an ingrown hair. However, ingrown hairs can also occur after waxing as the hair grows back.
Contrary to popular belief, hair doesn’t grow back thicker after shaving. Colour, coarseness and speed of growth are unaffected by shaving.
Why are bald heads so shiny when the skin on other parts of the body is not so shiny? This is due to the vellus hair and sebaceous glands. Most of your body’s skin is actually covered in tiny hairs called vellus hairs, which give your skin a slightly velvety, peachy appearance.