Hair removal is not just for women anymore, it is for men too. Women do not want to see men with hair on their chest. They think it is gross! So it is time for men to evolve from nomadic times into to the current time. Some men will say having hair is masculine. Well, Tom Cruise and David Beckham have clean chests and that does not make them any less masculine. A lot of men have already gone metrosexual and gotten clean shaved torsos, but for those who have not, it is high time they do. It is understandable that men do not want to make waxing appointments every month, so they can simply go for laser hair removal treatment. It is painless as compared to waxing and doesn’t increase hair growth like after shaving that also causes itchiness when the hair is growing back.
Many men have the notion that hair removal for men is just for athletes like cyclists, body builders and swimmers or for the men in showbiz like modeling or acting. That is not true, because a lot of men want to increase their sex appeal like actors or models, and doesn’t mind going that extra mile to look good. Once the hair removal by laser is done, it is goodbye to the hair for a really long time. Laser hair removal treatment slows down the hair growth tremendously. Not like anyone has to go all out with the treatment at once, it can be done in parts. Since laser hair removal can be done on any part of the body, the person can choose whether he wants to try it on his torso or arms or underarms. Men usually get it done on the back, chest, and abdomen. It can also be done on the neckline, so he doesn’t need to go to a salon just for hair trim to get the hair leveled. It can substantially reduce the salon trips in a year instead of going just to get the ‘scruff’ removed.
If men are still shy or think it is being vain to care so much about such things, then imagine what it would be like if women started thinking the same way. There is nothing wrong in caring about the way you look and taking some measures to maintain it and add a little sex appeal while you are at it. Women cannot stress enough the fact of how big a turn off excessive hair is. Just to make the point a little clearer, there must be a reason why actors and models nowadays feel the need to not have hair on the body. Laser hair removal can be expensive, so the person must fully know the pros and cons of getting it done, and should also ask how effective will it be on his skin type. This treatment is not usually recommended for men with dark skin and gray, red or blonde hair. A dermatologist can guide the best for each individual.