Learning About Tattoo Removal

Hello, my name is Molly. When I was a young teen, I thought it was unendingly cool to tattoo myself with band quotes and interesting symbols. I did not care about placement or ink spread. In fact, I did not worry about the impact of those tattoos at all. Unfortunately, upon graduating college, I was covered in tattoos that were making it difficult to find a job in my field. Luckily, I was able to undergo tattoo removal procedures to remove the ink from my body. I will use my website to help other people understand the process of having their tattoos professionally removed. Please visit again soon.

Three Areas Of The Body Where Laser Hair Removal Is The Least Embarrassing Option


When it comes to removing hair, there are some areas of the body that people shy away from, either because they are too personal or because it hurts too much to wax them. These areas are perfect for laser hair removal because you cannot feel the laser working. The results are permanent, and the laser is the least embarrassing method, as you will see.


Women wax, shave, and use depilatory creams on their labia all the time. Men typically refrain from removing hair from their genitalia because it is closely associated with being less manly, but some still indulge if they have a lot of thick, coarse pubic hair. In either case, it is extremely painful because there are so many nerve endings in the genitals.

When you wax your genitals, you have to help the aesthetician pull your labia or scrotum taut so that the waxing strips get a really good grip on the pubic hair. This often results in showing a total stranger more than you would want him or her to see. If you use laser hair removal, the skin does not have to be pulled taut, and most of your genitals can be covered with a cloth for privacy while the laser technician works in smaller areas around the base of the penis, the scrotum, on top of the pubic bone or the labia.


Women do not like discovering that they have to shave their faces because of embarassing facial hair that gets them confused with men. Rather than constantly wax facial hair (which still has to grow out several millimeters before it can be waxed) and run the risk of early wrinkles from the constant tugging of wax and wax strips, you can laser it off. The hair does not have to be nearly as long as it does to wax, and even a little stubble is enough to direct the laser to each hair follicle and root.  (Even with a few millimeters of facial hair on the chin or upper lip, it can be a very debilitating situation for women who have very dark facial hair. Laser hair removal allows women to return to a more normal routine and not worry about their facial hair.)

Crack of the Buttocks

Men often have this area waxed, just to please their mates. Male models do it too. Genetic coding for buttock crack hair causes hair growth to travel from your pubic bone to your tail bone, and while it can be extremely embarassing to look at, it is even more embarassing to have removed. You essentially have to lay face down on the table with your buttocks in the air. Either you or an extra pair of aesthetician hands spreads your buttocks and holds them taut (and open, exposing your anus) while the wax is applied and removed by the first aesthetician. If you really want to remove hair from this area of your anatomy (and that includes some women with dark hair in this area), laser hair removal is less invasive and less embarrassing. You still have to lay on your stomach, but your buttocks can remain untouched while the laser zaps the unwanted hair. For more information, talk to a laser hair removal professional like Defy Nature LLC.


27 October 2015