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18 Oct 2011

Guest Post: Hair Removal Fatigue? Here’s how to avoid it

Today we have a guest post from Charlotte - an expert in the stresses of hair removal to tell us the pros of trying the laser!

Not this type of laser - this is just a cute cat (from weheartit.com)

It seems safe to say that, at some point in their lives, the majority of women have experienced something we might term ‘hair removal fatigue’. It’s a common syndrome: you know you need to shave or wax your legs prior to a big meeting/night out/interview/other miscellaneous occasion, but the thought of doing it leaves you feeling put out at the effort that comes with being a girl.

So, wouldn’t it be great if you never had to have hair removal fatigue again? No more reluctance to reach for the razor, no more indignation at another price rise when you go to get your legs waxed, no more worrying that your date will discover your fuzzy legs because you couldn’t be bothered to shave…

If this sounds familiar, laser hair removal could be something for you to consider. This is a method of hair removal that doesn’t just give temporary results – it’s a permanent solution. There is no need to visit a salon: you can just buy a laser hair removal device for home use and start applying the treatments yourself. Over the course of a few months, you administer laser treatments to the area of your body you want to be hair-free. At the end of the series of treatments, you’ll never need to worry about shaving or waxing again.

How long does it take? Well, when you start laser hair removal at home, you’ll need to complete one treatment every other week for around three months. The aim of this is to target your hair follicles over the course of their growth cycles so that they become deactivated and the hair doesn’t grow anymore. After the initial three month period, for the next few months you’ll need one home laser treatment per month to give you the best results.

After this, you won’t need to worry about removing hair again. Completing the process at home is really convenient and a small commitment of time over a few months is surely more than worth it for the lifetime of freedom from hair removal fatigue you’ll enjoy afterwards. If you’re looking for a permanent, convenient solution, home laser hair removal is definitely one to consider

Thanks for the guest post! Are you interested in laser hair removal? I am but the price really puts me off! - Lauren x


  1. I love the idea of never having to worry about hair removal ever again, but are home devices as good as the professional ones?

  2. we all know that people experience hair lose especially when you get sick or having an over fatigue. To avoid hair lose you should be taking good care of your hair, have a healthy diet and have a good sleep to maintain the healthy growth of your hair.

  3. I have been using laser hair removal for years and I love it however I have to point out that it is not a permanent solution...more a permanent hair reduction solution. The average person normally needs to have the laser hair removal treatment around a month and a half to two month after completely removing hair the first time around. However this does differ from person to person and is dependant on the area being treated.

  4. this is a very effective way of treating fatigues, but are there no side effects of the same?

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