How to Stop Body Hair from Growing

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How to Stop Body Hair from Growing

Whether you're male or female, excessive body hair can be troublesome and, at times, tricky to control. From women that struggle to control hair on their belly and legs, to men that have thick growth on their chest, shoulders, back and, sometimes, feet, it’s important that you feel confident in yourself.

In this article, we explore the different ways you can reduce and even permanently eliminate unwanted body hair. Regardless of your gender, there's always a solution to unwanted body hair.

How to Reduce Body Hair Growth in Females

From feeling confident in yourself or in front or your partner, to looking great on the beach or in your favourite dress, there are numerous reasons that a woman may want to reduce or eliminate body hair.

For women especially, there is an assumption that you should be hairless, or at least as hairless as possible. Despite day-to-day pressures, it's important you do what is best for you and what you are comfortable with, rather than what the media, models and celebrities dictate you do "in the name of beauty".

If you are looking to drastically reduce or remove hair from your body, you can do so by applying our specially formulated cream.

At FRÉNÉSIES, and through our joint work with top European scientists and physicians, we have developed an innovative hair reduction and removal treatment to get you feeling your best. For women, we have both FRÉNÉSIES Body and FRÉNÉSIES Facial.

You can apply our creams once you have removed hairs at the root from the desired areas. Each treatment takes five days. By using our creams, you will block hair follicles, the source of your hairs, which will reduce hair regrowth by up to 80% from the end of the first round of treatment. If you are looking to eliminate unsightly hair completely, you can repeat the treatment two to four times until hair growth has stopped. All our products contain anti-inflammatory and moisturising properties that will leave your skin feeling silky smooth.

For the treatment to work effectively, it's essential that before you apply the cream in an even layer, you remove the hairs at the root, rather than trimming. The best way to eliminate hairs at the root is by waxing or sugaring or, for small areas of your face, tweezing or threading. Shaving and hair removal cream is ineffective as it merely trims the hairs rather than removing them, which means the treatment will not work.

Instead, you will see your hairs begin to regrow relatively quickly. In some cases, and over time, by shaving rather than waxing your hair may grow back thicker and, possibly, darker.

For the best results, exfoliate your skin 24 hours before removing hairs at the root by waxing, sugaring, threading or tweezing, and then apply the FRÉNÉSIES Body or Facial cream as instructed.

How to Reduce Body Hair Growth in Males

For men, body hair may be socially and aesthetically acceptable; however, that doesn't mean excessive growth isn't as equally unsightly as it is on women. Just like women, a man's desire to reduce or remove body hair permanently may not just be about appearance but, instead, about self-confidence and, possibly, comfort. After all, if you have thick body hair, you will sweat more and, therefore, need to pay more attention to your body’s hygiene, which means showering more often than those with less body hair.

FRÉNÉSIES Men is our specially formulated hair reduction and removal treatment developed with men in mind, which means it's able to tackle tough hair that is often more brittle and thicker than women's hair.

To reduce body hair growth, you first must have areas waxed before applying FRÉNÉSIES. If you have particularly thick hair, trim your hairs using an electric trimmer, exfoliate and use baby oil to soften the hairs at least 24 hours before your appointment. Of course, you can wax at home; however, beauty professionals will be able to make the process not only less painful but also ensure that hairs are waxed evenly and safely to prevent damage to the skin.

Immediately after you have had your body waxed, head home and apply FRÉNÉSIES Men in an even layer on the areas you'd like to see hair growth reduced or removed permanently. You must reapply the cream once a day for five days to complete the treatment.

FRÉNÉSIES Men blocks hair follicles which, as a result, prevents hair from growing back. After the first treatment, you will see a reduction of up to 80% in body hair regrowth, leaving you with much thinner hair growth.

To prevent hair growth permanently, you can repeat the five-day treatment two to three more times until hair stops growing. In rare instances and depending on how brittle your hair is, you may need to repeat the process up to six times.

FRÉNÉSIES Men is suitable for all areas of your body, including the chest, shoulders, back, legs, and even sensitive areas where you may be experiencing troublesome hair growth.

At FRÉNÉSIES, and through our joint work with top European scientists and physicians, we have developed an innovative treatment to stop unwanted hair growth and to get you feeling your best.

If you are looking to stop unwanted hair growth, start by applying one of our specially formulated FRÉNÉSIES creams...

1 comment

  • Antonymous

    Hi, indeed I’m a man and I have to shave at least my shoulders and feet hair, in summer, which is common even among those like me who are not what you’d call hairy, for being a male :). And I know women who shave even their arms and stomach. Though to me hair is natural and not that bad and I think people should only remove it if they feel like it even everything but hair and eyebrows, it’s a matter of preference.

    While I’m comfortable shaving, for now, I’m curious on how this cream works, coud it have the inverse effect on hair?
    And how much thicker can hair become with time with shaving? As that’s just a cut. I just knew about it getting at most a little bit thicker and rougher than if you didn’t shave :)

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