Creams vs. Shavingsabbour
Which is the best hair removal method for you?
The answer to your question lies in the science of it all, understanding how each method works and how your skin is affected by it, will help you make the decision on which method to use. Rest assured, needing a quick hair removal fix doesn’t mean you have to risk getting ingrown hairs and damaging your skins texture. Both methods are quick, cheap and painless, but the difference lies in how they alter the texture of your skin and in their long term effectiveness
How it works
Shaving removes hair by cutting it off with a razor from the surface of the skin.
The main issue with cutting off the hair from the surface of the skin is that it re-grows in only a matter of days. Also keep in mind that because you’re working with a razor, you’re susceptible to cuts and razor burn and at a higher risk of in-grown hairs. The rough friction of the razor causes hair to grow thicker, and for the texture of your skin to be rough and bumpy.
One Hair Removal Cream:
How it works
One hair removal cream weakens the hair follicle. One hair removal cream works by removing hair slightly below the surface of the skin, and so promises slower and less thick re-growth than shaving. In fact long term usage actually slows and lessens hair growth.
By getting under your skin and removing the hair just below the surface you won’t have to suffer through any rough or bumpy areas. By using one hair removal cream you’re also exfoliating your skin. Exfoliation removes dead skin cells that build up on the surface of your skin, leaving your skin not only hairless, but also glowing.
It doesn’t get much easier than spreading cream over a patch of hair, waiting a few minutes, and then rubbing it off. Moreover, with the launch of One In Shower hair removal cream, the process now is faster and easily fits into your daily routine.