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Will My Hair Stop Growing Eventually If I Keep Waxing?

It's common knowledge that shaving is a time-consuming task and the results only last a few days making it even more tedious. Waxing, on the other hand, will leave your hair-free for much longer. Although waxing is not considered a permanent hair removal solution, your hair is likely to grow back thinner or maybe even stop from ever growing back after years of continuous waxing.
In order to determine whether to continue waxing or pursue a different hair removal option that's more permanent, you need to know how waxing actually works.
Waxing requires you to apply warm wax to the area you want to remove hair from. Once it dries, you rip it off your skin which then removes the hair in that area. Lasting anything from four to six weeks, your hair might grow back thinner, making it less noticeable. One disadvantage to waxing is that you have to wait for your hair to be at least 0.5cm long for the best results. Another is that is quite painful.
Waxing removes not only the hair on the surface but can cause damage to the hair follicles as well. Every time you wax, you're pulling the hair from the root and over time the damage caused to the hair bulb will result in permanent or semi-permanent hair removal.
You can wax as often as you like because waxing is considered to be a safe and reliable way to remove hair. Waxing is much more effective and less time consuming for removing hair from large areas.
There is no guarantee that waxing will permanently remove your hair. If you are looking for permanent hair removal in Pretoria, Glo Beauty offers laser hair removal at affordable rates. Finally win the battle against hair regrowth on your legs, underarms, bikini line or face and book your sessions with Glo Beauty today.

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