Preferred Hair Removal Methods Around The World
Unwanted hair growth is something that is not wanted by both women and men across the globe.
So do different countries prefer specific hair removal methods to others? We thought we would look at the following countries to see what approach they choose to remove their unwanted hair, but first let’s quickly run over what hair removal methods there are.
Hair removal methods
Hair removal methods include:
Laser hair removal
Each hair removal method has a unique take on removing hair. Some are on a more semi-permanent basis, including, waxing and laser hair removal. Whereas, others work on a short-term basis, and will need doing more regularly, such as shaving and depilatory creams.
Hair removal in the UK
Let’s start at home, in the UK, what is the most popular hair removal method?
Well, in the UK waxing, laser hair removal and shaving are all popular methods to remove unwanted hair.
Shaving is popular because it is cheap and quick and easy to do. Whereas those that want longer lasting or semi-permanent hair removal choose either waxing or laser hair removal.
Hair removal in China
Hair removal in China hasn’t been a significant beauty ritual, up until recently, and even now in the 21st century, it would appear that it’s only those that live in the big cities that have started removing unwanted hair.
Chinese women didn’t bother with removing their leg or armpit hair, as there wasn’t any pressure to do so, as it is also socially acceptable.
Hair removal (depilatory creams) and shaving are extremely popular methods of hair removal amongst Chinese women, providing the quick hair removal treatment they desire.
Hair removal in Brazil
The beautiful people of Brazil, love to look good and keep themselves fit, so it is any wonder that they are all for getting rid of their unwanted hair?
You may think that the waxing term ‘Brazilian’ actually came from Brazil, but you’d be wrong (in a way). In fact, it was Brazilian sisters known as the ‘J Sisters’ that moved to New York that coined the term Brazilian.
However, waxing is the favourite method of hair removal in Brazil, and partly it can be down to the good weather. How? Well, it’s typically warm and sunny in Brazil; therefore they usually are in summer clothes, which reveal more skin.
Hair removal in Australia
Australian girls are known for being beach babes, and what those beach babes don’t want is unwanted hair. So what is their go-to method to rid their body of hair? Laser hair removal and waxing, so they don’t need to worry about their unwanted hair, making an appearance anytime soon.
Hair removal in India
Predominantly it’s the women of upper classes that now remove their unwanted hair in India, and their chosen hair removal method is primarily depilatory creams. However, laser hair removal is fast becoming popular, especially as the laser technology develops for use on darker skin tones.
Hair removal in America
Hair removal in America is a big deal, with teenagers removing their unwanted hair through shaving and then often progressing onto waxing. Laser hair removal is prominent in the States too, as it provides longer spells of hairlessness.
Although waxing and using Frenesies Body Cream is increasingly becoming popular as it provides permanent hair removal solution, that is non-invasive and gentle on the skin.
Frenesies has created three types of creams to help you get rid of unwanted hair for good.
Frenesies Body, Frenesies Facial and Frenesies Men have all been scientifically created alongside the world’s natural ingredients, to bring you a powerful cream that gets to work deep inside the hair follicle.
For the cream to work you have to remove all of the hair from its follicle entirely - waxing is the perfect partner to Frenesies because it does just that.
Once all hair has been removed, you apply the cream to the area so it can get to work deep in the root and inhibit a new hair from forming and growing. Not only will it be working hard at halting hair growth, but it will also beautifully moisturise and calm your skin too, helping to reduce the ever so common redness after waxing.