It is very irritating and time consuming to shave or pluck those unwanted hair every time. Then after few days, it frustratingly comes back. And you have to do the same things all over and over again. Shaving and plucking are perhaps the easiest and least expensive way to get rid of unwanted hair. Nevertheless, these two are also the most temporary remedies. If we come to realize deeper, do these remedies actually reduce hair growth? I think the answer is no. They remove the unwanted hair temporarily but after few days, those hairs are back, even thicker and darker in form and appearance. Then spending how many hours to manually remove those unwanted hair and tolerating the pain and irritation becomes a total waste.
So what could be better options to reduce hair growth? There are actually a lot of choices. Others could even stop hair growth permanently like laser hair removal and electrolysis. But of course, these processes are a lot more expensive and extensive than usual. So if we decide to go through these permanent methods, might as well make sure that we are ready financially, we have a lot of time to spend for the treatment sessions which could take weeks to months, and we are ready for the side effects that might affect us.
It is comforting to know that there are simpler and less expensive ways to reduce hair growth. These processes are more natural in nature and will not require much of our time to perform. For instance, threading is a natural hair removal technique that can be done at home or at the salons. It requires pulling the hair from its root using a cotton thread. Regular threading, unlike shaving and plucking, would cause hair to grow back in a finer and thinner form. Also with regular threading, there will be a noticeably reduction of hair growth over time. Hair growth inhibitors are also available in the market usually in the form of lotion. All you have to do is to apply the lotion regularly as prescribed and you will notice a lighter, softer, and finer hair growth. You might also want to try herbal supplements like Kalo, available in pill and in liquid form and can be bought in natural food and herbal stores. Researches suggest that it can help reduce hair growth.
So why waste more time and effort in plucking those unwanted hair? Or why spend a bunch of bucks to undergo complicated processes, when there are actually natural ways to reduce hair growth?