In this post we look at 5 ways of removing your chest hair for a smooth chest
If your anything like me then you knows what it’s like to have a very hairy chest. Perennially, I find that my chest is much hairy than other places on my body, such as my legs. When I used to do lots of gym work I was proud of how my body looked and I wanted to try the smooth chest look.
So, I experimented with shaving and creams, personally, I loved things such as Veet hair removal cream. There were things I didn’t like, such as the smell of it, and I found that I still had to shave the odd hair or three that seemed to survive the cream.
However, I much preferred this one shaving all the hair, it was much easier and I had less of a clogged up razor. There are some other solutions that we can consider, over the hair removal cream, which are listed below.
So, here are my 5 tips on removing your chest hair for that smooth summer day chest.
1. Hair removal cream
I’ve already talked a little about this. Generally, its a simple thing to use. You simply cover the area of hair with the cream and leave it on for a set period of time. Then, you generally just shower using a cloth to clean down and you generally find the hair just falls off. You may need to shave the few odd hairs.
2. Clippers to trim
The next option is to use clippers to trim your chest hair down. This is a great, quick way to cut down your chest hair. I find that clippers work well with longer hair, however, you don’t get that totally smooth feel from them. You will need to go over with a razor to get that clean-shaven feel.
Clippers are a great starter tool to clean down the longer hairs, but you will need to finish off with a razor.
Let me start by saying ouch! I feel that out of the 3 so far, waxing seems to have the longest effect with hairs taking longer to come back – though that is not guaranteed. What is guaranteed is that this is probably the most painful of the solutions so far.
Let’s face it, your literally pulling all the hairs out. However, it will leave you with a brilliant finish, once the soreness has gone 🙂
4. Laser removal
Using laser removal is said to be less painful than waxing above, though some do say they had discomfort after. So, there is a possibility that this could cause you some discomfort. However, one benefit is that you can remove hair from almost every part of the body, chest included.
It can be expensive to get done as compared to the above 3. You can now buy do it yourself light removal devices, where you can spend time at home doing your own treatments.
This is the option I would personally like to try next.
Then there is the old reliable way to remove your chest hair to create that smooth skin. You could always use shaving cream and a razor. Potential to cut and nick, but is always the one to fall back on.
So these are just 4 ways to remove that chest hair and have a smooth chest. The preference is really down to you, though I know which ones I have tried and which I would avoid.
Do you have any other techniques? If so, why not leave them in a comment below.