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YES, I Do Want My Body Hairs Off!

Yesterday, I wrote about my Laser Hair Removal Treatment, and I got all sorts of comments both online and offline. Some comments reassured me, some made me laugh out loud, some made me rethink the entire treatment, some scared the living daylights out of me, many were very informative, some were just curious, and a few just pissed me off. One of the cons of having a blog is everyone has an opinion on what you write, which is a good thing and a bad thing at the same time, and that is fine, I usually delete ignore most of the bitter, negative comments I get on the blog and in real life, but some did get to me and that has triggered this essay, please stay with me.

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We are all entitled to our opinions, but I think there is a fine line between sharing your 2 cents and forcing it down on others, and many of us tend to force our opinion down on others, consciously or unconsciously. Many women struggle to come to terms with their body hair, and refuse to talk about them or even acknowledge their existence, they prefer to live in denial, and that is quite understandable. On the other hand, I also know many women are happy with their body hairs and see no point in getting them off permanently. I used to be one of those women, but not anymore. I am a 28 years old woman and I have come to point in my life where I now want some of my body hairs off. To be more specific, I want my chin hairs off. The hairs on my legs, hands, underarms and everywhere else I can live with, shaving once in a while will sort that out. I hardly have the opportunity to show off bare legs in the UK anyways, so I am not missing out too much as far that part is concerned, but with the chin hair, I can’t live with it anymore and I am not ashamed to say it. YES, I do want my chin hairs off!

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I am not ashamed to say I don’t like the sight of body hairs, I actually very find them very annoying, and I am always in a hurry to get them off as soon as they crop up. I never had hair on my chin, well that changed some years ago, they just came from nowhere and have refused to go away, so getting rid of them permanently, and only having tops up after some years, if necessary will be a bliss compared to waxing and threading every 6 weeks. I do envy women who do not have to worry about body hairs, I want to be one of those women again…….

 

The good thing about all this is there is now a treatment available for those who do want their body hairs gone for good, so thank God for that. You can have the treatment done on all skin types, and on almost every part of your body. You can even have a Hollywood Laser Hair Removal done, popularly known as ‘Hollywood’, which is where all hair is removed from your bikini line, from the front to the middle and to the back. That may be the next area from me, who knows, never say never……..LOL.

 

If you had the opportunity, would you go for a laser treatment hair removal if needed? Sound off in the comment section please. Thanks for reading.

 

 

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24 responses

  1. Couldn’t agree more, I was recently approached by a lazer hair company for a appointment, and immediatly jumped at the chance, such a good option and always great if you feel self conscious xx

  2. Do whatever makes you happy. At the end of the day, no one is living your life for you. You live your own life and makes your own desicions that are going to benefit you. Do anything that makes u feel comfortable.

  3. Hell yea ! If I won the lottery, one of the first things I would do is book treatments for all air to be gone. I’d leave my hair on my head, my eyebrows and lashes, and that’s it, I hate it all! Don’t care if it’s natural blah blah, I don’t like it.

  4. Someone is spitting here, lol. I get the odd hair on my chin every now and then and I hate it, I am always tweezing it out. if I get the opportunity to laser it off , I would definitely jump at it, I also wouldn’t mind doing it for the one under too.

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