The Safest Ways to Remove Belly Hair

What are the safest ways to remove belly hair?

There are many methods of removing belly hair. Some of them may cause side effects such as itching or burning. There are other methods which may not require any special equipment and can be done at home without any problems. The most common method is electrolysis with the use of electricity. Electrolysis involves passing current through your body parts that contain hairs, such as your skin, scalp, pubic area and underarms.

Electrolysis is one of the most effective methods of getting rid of belly hair. You don’t need to go to a salon or doctor’s office for it.

All you need is some basic tools and electricity. Electrolysis will remove all types of unwanted hair from your body including pubic hair, underarm hair, beard, eyebrows and even belly hair.

The problem with electrolysis is that it isn’t permanent. After the procedure, you’ll still have some hair left on your body.

So if you want to grow out those unwanted hairs later, then you’re going to have to deal with that issue too. Another drawback of electrolysis is that it doesn’t always work as well as advertised and sometimes causes side effects like itching or burning.

How does electrolysis work?

The theory behind electrolysis is that the human body is a closed electrical system. This means that everything we do requires an exchange of electrical energy. The hair growth cycle consists of three stages: the growth phase, the resting phase and the shedding phase. In order to permanently eliminate hair, it is necessary to damage it either during the growth or shedding phase. When a hair is damaged at these two points, it will never re-grow or shed again, hence resulting in permanent hair removal. When doing electrolysis at home, it is important that you understand how the technique works before acquiring any equipment.

The most common tool used for electrolysis is a needle or probe. It is usually made out of metal and has a negative and a positive terminal.

The probe is inserted directly into the hair follicle below the skin’s surface. A low-level electric current is then passed through the probe which damages the growth cells of the hair follicle. The treatment should be repeated until the hair falls out or no longer re-grows.

The most common home electrolysis kits can be purchased over the counter at your local drugstore or ordered online. They consist of a battery, a needle and an attachment for your flashlight.

It is important that you follow all of the directions carefully and some experts even suggest consulting with a professional before attempting to use any type of home electrolysis kit.

Is it safe to remove belly hair?

Yes, but with some important safety tips.

It is very safe to remove belly hair. The procedure has been around for hundreds of years and methods have gotten better over time.

If you don’t want to go to a hair salon or electrologist’s office, there are many do-it-yourself methods for removing belly hair such as waxing, shaving or simply plucking hairs one at a time.

Sources & references used in this article:

Bezoars and foreign bodies of the stomach by J Lee – Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Clinics, 1996 –

The hairlessness norm extended: Reasons for and predictors of women’s body hair removal at different body sites by M Tiggemann, S Hodgson – Sex Roles, 2008 – Springer

Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding device and method for implantation and removal thereof by LI Kuzmak – US Patent App. 08/927,494, 1999 – Google Patents