When it comes to manscaping, there are so many different ways to do it, trimming and shaving being the most common. They provide temporary ways to maintain unwanted body hair, or to make body hair appear less bushy. For those who manscape to stay smooth, shaving can be a process, since the hair will just keep growing back, which can just take more time during your daily routine. Waxing, however, can be a better way to be hair-free! Here are just a few reasons why waxing could work for you.
1. You'll Avoid Razor Burn
Sure, waxing is incredibly uncomfortable, considering the fact that hairs are being ripped out of your body, but it’s definitely better than having that continuous burn from razor than can last for hours. That painful burning after using a razor can be enough to ruin a day, especially when you have so many other things to be worrying about. Depending on where on your body you plan on waxing, surely staying away from razor burn would be something to consider.
2. You'll Stay Hair Free for Longer
After those hairs get ripped from their homes, it can take up to 4-6 weeks for the hair to grow back. Though the process of waxing can take quite a while, the trade-off is several weeks of not having to shave those areas whatsoever! Waxing regularly can even reduce the amount of hair growth to the treated areas, which means it’s possibly that you could eventually not ever have to shave again!
3. You'll Be Smoother Than Ever
Since shaving still leaves a small layer of the hair, it can still feel a bit rough once you’re done with it. With waxing, you won’t have to worry about any of that! And depending on the kind of waxing treatment you use, it can leave your skin feeling smoother than you’ve ever felt it, before. Some waxing treatments, like chocolate waxing or sugaring, can be a good way to leave the skin healthier than before you did the waxing by putting some moisture back into it. Whichever way you decide to wax, you’ll definitely achieve the smoothest skin you’ve felt, before.
Have you tried waxing, before? Do you enjoy the results, or would you rather stick to shaving? Let us know in the comments!