Best Ways to Epilate underarms


Try a hair removing cream

While shaving with a razor can quickly get rid of your underarm hair, some people prefer to use hair remover cream. Some say it lasts longer than just shaving because it gets down to the root of your hair. Do some research and choose the best hair remover cream for your needs. Be careful and only leave it on as long as the bottle instructs you to in order to avoid irritation.

Written by Joanna Morris
2 years ago

Use a razor

One of the easiest ways to get rid of underarm hair is simply by shaving it. It’s easy and time-sensitive. If you’re just trying to take a shower and run out, keep your razor in your shower to give your underarms a quick pass over. Always use a new razor to avoid cutting the sensitive skin of your underarms. You will also want to be gentle to avoid razor burn. You will most likely have to shave again after a day or two, but it is the quickest fix for underarm hair.

Written by Lonnie Rose
4 months ago

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