Hi, first off, hairfacts is a great web site. It really can be helpful to get a good idea on what is the right choice to take. (as obviously everyone is different) But still, as the site intended, use your own mind.
I just wanted to say I feel like I'm a really hairy guy, but most people don't seem to think so. But I am not comfortable with the hair on my legs and chest. I was blessed to not have hair on my back. I waxed many, many times, and never noticed hairs ever coming back finer or having less hair. This is just my personal experience with waxing. It seemed like it was a cycle. First no hair, then a month later hair on the legs looks less noticeable except where hair was just broken rather than pulled by the roots. Then finally 2 months later, hair seems to have grown to exactly the same state I started out with. (I am pretty good at the pain however) Anyway the reason why I chose this particular message board was because I purchased a one touch home electrolysis recommended by this web site. Well maybe not fully recommended, but it seems to be the most widely talked about. I'll tell you why I choose home electrolysis. I'm not really willing to give up all the hair on my legs.. I just want to thin out as much as I possibly can. Having it professionally done is kind of embarrassing, especially as a man, when you explain you don't want to lose all your hair. Not to mention I'm not rich enough to dish out thousands on lasers or electrolysis. As far as my chest, I just prefer being hairless, so I easily wax that in an hour or so.. Waxing your chest can have its draw backs too if you don't scrub all the time, trying to avoid ingrown hairs. But waxing your legs and wearing shorts in the summer is really noticeable, and its too embarrassing and obvious for me. If there are any people thinking of using one touch or anything like that on their face.. I'd be really cautious doing that. It seems pretty dangerous to be messing with a part of your body you need to show off most. (so just be careful and gain experience and make sure you know what you're doing). Hopefully I am not disappointed and this does really work. So thanks for the great tips. I'm going to attempt this, and hopefully report back with as much as I can. Good luck with anyone attempting to do this.