Growing up with excessive hair is a common problem many women and men face all over the world and can be extremely embarrassing and damaging to your self-confidence.
Both women and men are growing more concerned with how they look and the trend of having as little hair as possible, apart from your head, is becoming more popular. With the media showing off the hairless chests and backs of men such as Chris Hemsworth and the hair free beach babes like Kim Kardashian, it is no surprise that that more men and women are feeling the pressure to opt for this look. However, the typical choices of waxing and shaving require regular upkeep that can be hard to fit in.
IPL is a less painful and less time consuming alternative to laser treatments which also allows you to treat a much larger target area. As well as being cheaper and quicker, the ability to treat yourself in privacy whenever you need to is also an advantage of this option. Viss IPL may be your first experience with a light-based self-treatment so it is important to read the guide thoroughly before you use it so the treatment can perform effectively.
Peer pressure to fit in with the Chris Hemsworth’s and Kim Kardashian’s of the world can be intense, especially for those who suffer from excessive hair growth and those who are at school. However, as hormones are often to blame for excessive hair growth so an IPL treatment would not be effective on those going through puberty. What’s more, as you are not fully developed before the age of 18 the treatment could potentially damage your skin. Therefore, it is advised that you shouldn’t use any laser hair removal products until you are 18.