I am a male person with not really big hair problem but there are some spots on my body I like to reduce hair and not remove fully. I made a little research lately about hair removal for the first time trying to find about hair reduction. I came up with a lot of info about laser treatments, galvanic electrolysis and many more. Recently, accidentally I heard that people swimming for long periods in chlorinated pools (chlorinating agents contain sodium hypochlorite solution and maybe HCL hydrochloric acid or muriatic acid) have a permanent hair reduction to their body hair including the head hair. This happens because some chlorine Cl or Hypoclorite xClO enters the hair follicle destroying some part of it. I just had this question: Could it be possible to use a common hair removal method like waxing or mechanical epilation to remove hair from the root, leaving hair follicle open for an acid to destroy the follicle? For example after a good waxing, treating the skin with H2O2 3%, (hydrogen peroxide is not an acid) some of it enters the hair free follicles and in contact with blood releases oxygen destroying the hair follicle. This could also be done with mild acidic solutions. I already have tried to add hydrogen peroxide after mechanical epilating and I am waiting for results. Any suggestions?
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