Permanent Pubic Hair Removal

Permanent pubic hair removal allows one-time-only hair removal with no more hassles, making future shaving or waxing completely unnecessary.

Besides of being a real time saver, permanent pubic hair removal has associated many other benefits. For instance, if you are used to waxing, you’ll end up saving money over time. By keeping a clean and hairless skin you are also helping in preventing irritation and some types of fungal infections, caused by the normal friction of pubic hair against the skin, especially when it’s sweaty.

Negatives Of Permanent Pubic Hair Removal

There are some negative things about permanent pubic hair removal. For instance, you should take into consideration that pubic hair serves as a permeable layer that allows the circulation of air between your skin and your underwear, thus allowing the correct dissipation of moisture from that area’s skin.

So, if you are thinking of getting permanent pubic hair removal you should consider wearing only underwear made of breathable materials, such as silk or cotton. This way you will avoid irritation caused by the excessive accumulation of sweat on the skin.

Another (very rare) unwanted consequence of permanent pubic hair removal may be the development of a skin infection.

Laser Pubic Hair Removal

One of the most popular procedures of permanent pubic hair removal is laser pubic hair removal. This technique consists on a beam of ultra powerful light being fired into the skin, exactly on the follicle. This effectively eliminates the follicle’s ability to work correctly, thus preventing hair growth.

It is a quick treatment, being three or four laser pubic hair removal sessions the whole normal treatment time. Each session costs around $500, and it is more effective on people who have white skin and dark hair (this makes it easer for the laser to burn only the follicle). On dark-skinned people, this treatment may leave marks on the skin that may take months to go away.


Electrolysis is another popular procedure for permanently removal of pubic hair. This technique consists on shocking the root of the hair with a small electric current. This causes the root to literally die, thus preventing future hair growth.

This procedure typically costs around $30 to $100 per hour, and will certainly take several hours (every hair must be taken care of individually). After this procedure, the skin may present scars and irritation that will eventually go away.

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