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Spring is here and you know what that means: say goodbye to your heavy winter clothes and start filling your wardrobe with light clothes. If during the winter months you were little concerned about the appearance of your legs, it is time for your attention to return to this part of your body. Firm, tanned and smooth legs are the ideal to achieve. When it comes to choosing the best hair removal method, price, practicality and custom play a huge role. These are the most popular:
Disposable razor blades
Many women prefer to continue using traditional razor blades. As advantages, these are inexpensive, provide a close shave regardless of hair length, and can be worn anywhere on the body. A big disadvantage, however, is that they encourage the thicker and faster growth of hair. If you opt for this method to remove unwanted hair, use it after opening your pores with warm water (a shower, for example) to facilitate hair removal and use a shaving foam. Avoid using soap scum with the blades, as this only burns your skin and shortens the life of the machine.
As an alternative you can use an electric machine that although it does not give you such a close shave, it has a much longer life and is used dry. Tip: If you want to save some money, go for a men's machine that is exactly the same as a women's machine (well, except for the color) and costs less. A good alternative, the feminine pink color is the Panasonic Close Curves $ 30.
The wonders of jojoba oil.
These creams dissolve the hair at a level a little deeper than the skin, which means that they manage to keep your skin soft for a little longer than in the case of razors.
The chemicals contained in depilatory creams dissolve hair that can be removed with a damp towel or the sponge or plastic spatula that comes with most of them. It is important to carefully follow the instructions on the packaging and test it first on a small area of your skin to ensure that you will not develop allergic reactions. Most of these depilatories have a strong ammonia smell and can cause burns and allergies if not used properly.