Back hair removal is a cause of concern for many men as unwanted body hair on the back can result in lack of confidence and embarrassment.
Due to the certain degree of inaccessibility, back hair removal is difficult to perform by oneself unless one uses special razor tools which have recently come on the market.
There are three main solutions for men who need to perform back hair removal sessions. Two require the help of a partner or a professional and one can be done alone with a little practice.
Let’s first look at the back hair removal method that can be done alone.
Back Hair Removal – Shaving
Shaving using an ordinary razor can result in painful ingrown hairs on the back. Hair is normally tapered at the end. Shaving removes this tapered end from the hair shaft creating a sharper bristly feel to the hair that re-grows.
Sometimes the hair grows into the side of the surrounding tissue rather than straight out through the follicle when back hair removal is attempted with a razor.
Now there are special razors with extendable handles that can be angled in the right position for self back hair removal.
These new style back hair removal razors are good for getting to the middle and lower back areas, previously difficult to reach. See the Resource box at the end of this article for details.
Back Hair Removal – Waxing Or Sugaring
With the help of a partner at home, or a professional in a salon, waxing or sugaring takes the hair out dermes 脫毛 by the root so you don’t need to worry again about back hair removal for another 3 to 8 weeks, depending on rate of hair growth and texture of hair which of course varies from person to person.
While waxing is a popular method of back hair removal, sugaring has certain advantages.
For one thing, the sugaring paste adheres only to the hair, not the skin as with waxing, thus reducing the discomfort.
Also sugar pastes are water based making them easier to clean off than waxing solutions which are petroleum based.
Back Hair Removal – Laser Or Electrolysis
Laser hair removal and electrolysis are generally regarded as the only permanent hair removal solutions. Even then there may be some stray hair growth and results vary according to the individual.
As the costs are considerably more than other back hair removal methods, it is important to have a thorough consultation first with a licensed practitioner and even have a test area treated.