With the many different ways hair can be removed at home, choosing the right method is hard. I suppose it all depends on what kind of duration each person has in mind and what kind of money is available for purchasing products.
First of all, if you plan on doing a hair removal procedure at home and not a in a salon, you should always be well informed about what it can do to your skin if done poorly. The risks of blisters and skin burns are very high even when laser treatments are performed by professionals. Awareness on any type of skin condition that may be aggravated is needed.
It can be appealing to many of course, when we consider prices. Probably spending a thousand bucks or more on a laser device is better than thousands over the years. However choosing the correct product for home use may be more challenging and time consuming that it’s worth.
From a pure comfortable point of view, a laser procedure done at home is better. You will always avoid dealing with appointments and you can control your environment. It is also a good assurance that the device used is properly sanitized so your mind will always be at ease. Depending on skin type and laser intensity, pain differs from one person to another. Doing the process at home can help adjust those levels as well and reduce the agony to a minimum, or in case of very high end products eliminate it completely.
Although there are many things to take into consideration before starting to do any laser hair removals at home, it can be as effective or more than using a professional salon. As long as you do your research on products, and be very thorough when learning the procedure everything should be fine. Knowing someone in the business would be helpful when studying how to do it. Note that it may seem easy, but the people you pay to do it for you, have many hours of training that make it look so. If you don’t have steady hands you may cause more problems than just a funny looking design on your skin.
Nevertheless, despite it being a good idea to save some time and alleviate some of the pain, the investment may not be in reach for all. Laser devices are generally expensive and the cartridges they come with don’t have enough impulses to cover you until the removal becomes permanent. If you are not paying attention when planning this, you may wind up paying more money for a less safe treatment. A good option you might look into is the Tria ipl device, the laser 4x.
Let’s face it, no matter how much you read about doing something, practice makes perfect, and practicing on yourself is not the best idea.