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Hair Removal For Men

     Men, whether cisgender or transgender, that want hair removal deserve to be able pursue such methods.

     There are multiple ways to pursue hair removal. Tweezing, shaving, depilatory creams, waxing in various forms, laser hair removal/reduction, and electrolysis. Once we remove the methods seen as temporary removal we are left with laser hair removal/reduction, hormone regulation, and electrolysis.

     Laser Hair Removal/Reduction, LHR for short, is a method that can and has worked wonders for many people since it's conception, but it doesn't work for all skin colors, all hair colors, and it can give uncertain results. Hair can uncommonly be permanent removed, but moreso there will just be a reduction in hair or reduction in hair size/strength. This works for many people and they are pleased, some go on to pursue electrolysis.


     For men who have tried all other hair removal methods but didn't prefer them there is Electrolysis. Electrolysis can also be the first solution they tried, but it's likely that other methods were attempted first, to much frustration and possibly money.

      Electrolysis is the only USA FDA certified permanent hair removal solution. Electrolysis has been been done since the late 1800s and improved via it's three methods offered and improvements in electrical technology. The machines have relatively been perfected today and it falls to the electrologist's skills to administer proper hair removal. Come to us and we will usher in an age of hair removal that stays permanent.

     Please do of course understand that hair grows in cycles that could be as long as a year, and a treated hair may not be in the best situation that it is permanent treated the first time, second time, or third time, but it most definitely will eventually with good technique. Expect 1-2 years for an area to be permanently hairless of the hair that was bothering you. Your sessions will definitely become shorter as time goes on and some hairs are permanently treated each session, while others will be back weakened and hopefully destroyed the next time. This is of course granted that the area wanting treatment is cleared each time. If the whole area is not treated within one session it will be as sessions go on and new hair growth in cleared areas is lesser than it was initially, ie clearing out old growth before continuing to destroy new growth and move on to other old growth areas. 

     Why would men want hair removal?

     Simple my dear Watson, they don't want hair wherever it is. Speaking as a trans woman that grew up as a boy, when I was a young teenager my sisters pointed out my sort of unibrow. Shaving it was annoying, letting it grow in was worrying, but I had no permanent hair removal methods known. I didn't want to pluck it either. Electrolysis that simply cleared that gap of hair would have been perfect back then. If you're going through the same thing now it'd also be perfect for you.

     Men may also just have hair they find embarrassing or just hate having. Dick hair, chest hair, back hair, excessive beard hair, butt hair?, etc. We all have our personal problems. If it is a heavy workload of hair like back or chest I would recommend consulting LHR before electrolysis, but if they have nothing they can do for you electrolysis is here. We want to make sure you get the best treatment with your money. If LHR rejects you we are here, though depending on body part we must definitely be comfortable treating you before working there. We may ask that you bring in a friend or partner as a means of accountability. Thank you for understanding.

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