Men Should Trim Their Body Hair Instead Wax

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According to recent studies for men trimming of their unnecessary hair are safe in all respects. And avoid waxing as possible. Because case studies shown so many worst cases of waxing which not only harm the skin tissues but cause having skin cancer. So here we discuss “Why men should never  wax their body hair, but trim instead”.

Avoid pain
As trimming is a no-pain exercise, while shaving is also not painful until you are master of doing so. Because shaving is tedious and tactical activity, running a sharp blade or multiple blades across wide swathes of hair requires consummate skill. As men’s body hair tends to be copious and harder than women. While waxing is quite painful and at once you apply wax you have no option to remove instead a painful removal.

waxing is dangerous
Avoid risk
Waxing can lead to bad skin conditions if your skin is too sensitive, including redness, irritation, and pain, or if using hot wax burn cases are also reported. So trim your hair to avoid all the risks.

waxing burn

Avoid skin damage
If a specific part of your skin is damaged, burn or torn, healing process is quite slow, or is going through conditions like lesions or pimples, careful trimming is a better option. Because some times damaged or torn skin regularly cause skin cancer.
Avoid harm

Trimming is essentially chopping the hair off from the surface of skin. So, the skin or root of the hair is not involved. Waxing and shaving are intrusive processes and harmful for skin also.

waxing is dangerous

Avoid side effects

  • After you shave, after a day or two, the hair comes back thicker.
  • If you are using another person blade it is really harmful and leads to HIV or hepatitis C.
  • Waxing burn the skin tissues to badly which regenerate after words.
  • After trimming, the hair does grow back but it doesn’t have that ‘cactus’ effect on your skin.


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