So, you’ve decided to tidy up the hair on your body. This could mean re-shaping the hair or removing it entirely. The most common areas of body hair removal or shaping are on the chest, the back, the shoulders, and the groin. You can even remove your ear hair or nose hair too if you like. No matter what hair you’re removing, you’ll want to go about it the right way and with the right tools, of course.
You may know how to wrangle your facial hair, but body hair can be another beast entirely. The last thing you want is to go about it the wrong way and find yourself with small cuts all over your body. You won’t be able to use the same method for your body as you would for your face, you’ll need different tools to begin with.
There are a few reasons you might want to remove your body hair. Maybe you’re an athlete and you want a sleeker body (some athletes even shave their legs and completely remove their armpit hair), maybe you don’t like the way it feels, or you simply don’t like the way it looks. Everyone is different with some guys, happy to embrace their hairiness, there are also ways to encourage hair growth. Frequent brushing will energise the hair follicles and appropriate oils and moisturisers can help get the hairs growing. Frequent brushing will also help prevent ingrown hairs.