Clients instead are left with smooth, hairless skin.
Summer 101: How laser hair removal addresses underarm hair
Whether you’re grabbing a drink by the pool or getting ready for an office presentation, there’s one common denominator: you want to keep your cool.
And the truth is, that’s a real challenge during the summer. As the temperature continues to rise, sweat and body odor become more difficult to control. It’s not always as simple as applying antiperspirant or deodorant to keep it all away.
Can you relate to the struggle? If so, you’re definitely not alone, and that’s why WionNews came up with a list of tips to deal with sweaty underarms.
WionNews highlights basic solutions like routine shaving or changing your diet to remove food that could impact your body odor like garlic, onions, alcohol, spicy foods, and caffeinated drinks.
But the one option suggested that could make a lasting impact is laser hair removal.
WionNews loops shaving and laser hair removal into the same tip, but the truth is these options are far different when it comes to overall effectiveness of underarm hair removal.
To shave means you’ll trim the hair in a temporary fashion and will have to repeat the process not only all summer but for the rest of your life. Unless, of course, you opt for another hair removal method.
Laser hair removal is quite different. The laser targets the hair follicle, destroying its growth cycle. With multiple treatments, hair won’t grow from the follicle. Clients instead are left with smooth, hairless skin. And best of all, they won’t need to shave again.
What’s more, hair coupled with heat and humidity is a place where bacteria can thrive. But with no hair in the area, sweat can’t interact with bacteria as easily, meaning the impact of potential body odor significantly diminishes.
In addition to hair removal tips, WionNews also offers helpful suggestions for underarm health like monitoring exercise, health conditions, and medicines.
Be sure to read WionNews’ full article to explore more ways to keep underarms dry and healthy.