You can remove unwanted facial and body hair by choosing from several hair removal methods – shaving, waxing, threading, electrolysis, and laser hair removal. Popular hair removal methods like threading and waxing keep your skin smooth and hair-free for several weeks by removing unwanted hair from the follicles. At the same time, you can get rid of unwanted body and facial hair for a longer duration by getting laser hair removal or electrolysis.

 

Both men and women opt for facial and body hair bleaching as a body hair removal method. But you must remember that body hair bleaching does not remove unwanted hair from the roots. Instead, it makes your body hair less noticeable. While performing body hair bleaching, the aesthetician will lighten the hair on targeted areas of the body using a bleaching cream. The bleaching cream will make the body hair less noticeable by removing pigments from the hairs.

 

What Should You Know Before Getting Facial and Body Hair Bleaching?

 

1.    An Alternative to Body Hair Removal

Various body hair removal methods make the aesthetician remove the hair from follicles. Hence, you will experience some amount of pain or discomfort while getting body hair waxing or threading. Also, you need to soothe and protect your skin properly after the body hair removal session.

 

You can bleach the facial and body hair without experiencing any pain. But bleaching will make the body hair less noticeable by removing pigments. Hence, you cannot keep the skin hair-free by bleaching the facial and body hair.

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2.    Body Hair Bleaching Procedure

Body hair bleaching is a faster and simpler process than body hair removal. The aestheticians bleach the body hair in a number of ways and using different bleaching creams. The bleaching creams contain components identical to hair dyes. But the bleaching creams are gentler than hair dyes.

 

The aestheticians start the procedure by applying the bleaching cream to the targeted areas of the body. They leave the bleaching cream on the skin for about ten minutes to remove pigments from the body hair. Finally, they remove the bleaching solution by cleaning your skin with cool water.

 

3.    Aftercare Instructions

You will not experience any pain or discomfort during the body hair bleaching procedure. The trained aestheticians focus on protecting your skin by performing a patch test and cleaning the bleaching cream on time. But you must remember that facial and body hair bleaching has several side-effects including dry skin, redness, itchiness, burning, swelling, and blisters.

 

You can manage these side-effects by following the aftercare instructions shared by the aestheticians. The aestheticians will advise you to soothe the bleached skin using a cool compress or applying aloe vera gel. Also, you need to cleanse the treated area gently and lightly. It is also important to keep the skin moisturized once your skin becomes normal.

 

Things to Consider

 

You can get body hair bleaching to keep your hair less noticeable for several weeks. But the cosmetic treatment will not make the long and thick strands of body hair less noticeable. Likewise, the body hair will become more noticeable after the bleaching session if you have a darker complexion.

 

Also, you must ask the aesthetician to check the compatibility of the bleaching cream with your skin by performing a patch test 48 hours before the body hair bleaching appointment. You need to ensure that body hair bleaching is performed only by a qualified aesthetician.

 

You can make your body hair less noticeable by getting body hair bleaching as an alternative to popular body hair removal methods. But you must keep in mind your skin and hair type before bleaching the facial hair or body hair.

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