Should You Use Hair Removal Creams?

Hair removal creams are all the rave these days and every year more and more people are using them as their preferred method of getting rid of unwanted hair. At the end of the day, despite all of the potential downsides – the convenience and ease of use that comes with using hair removal creams is unparalleled by any other method of having hair removed. For this reason and this reason alone, it seems highly unlikely that hair removal via a cream will be going away anytime soon. More people are putting the razors and waxing sheets down and picking up a cream because it works quickly and is easy to use.


What Are The Benefits?

Depending on which cream you actually use, there are quite a few distinct yet memorable benefits that users can experience. For one, it works extremely quickly and easily. You don’t have to take an hour out of your day to hop in the shower and start carefully shaving your body inch by inch. It is as easy as applying any other cream topically and depending on how much of your body you’ll be using it on, it can take as little as 10 – 15 minutes to finish. This is far faster and more convenient than shaving and certainly waxing which can take a lot of time when you take into consideration that you must make an appointment in advanced (in most cases).

Another big benefit of using the right hair removal cream is that this process makes the removal of your hair far more painless. Sure, shaving is pretty painless as well as long as you don’t cut yourself, but what about waxing? For most people, waxing is generally a very painful procedure and can take a massive toll on your body and mind. It is true that the more often waxing is practiced, the less painful it becomes but still – the feeling of using a hair removal cream is incomparable to the amount of pain an individual will feel by having waxing done on their body.

Lastly, hair removal cream does not discriminate and works on every part of the body. Waxing and shaving (as well as laser) also theoretically work on any part of the body, but are you really going to wax your moustache? At the end of the day, the easiest all-in-one solution to hair removal is definitely to use a great hair removal cream.


What Are The Negatives?

If we’re being honest, there are a couple of negative things which we don’t necessarily like as it pertains to using these creams. However, it’s important to keep in mind that these negatives vary from cream to cream and not all of them suffer from the same cons (the same can be said for the positives). The potential negatives include: pain, smell, and temporary results. For the very best creams on the market, you won’t be facing these issues at all because they have been fine-tuned to avoid such complications. However, cheaper products often to lack in quality and you shouldn’t be surprised to notice some of these things taking place.


Final Verdict: Should You Use Hair Removal Creams?

Whether or not you should elect to use these products will depend on a couple of things. If you’re someone that absolutely needs to save time and money when it comes to shaving, then you should probably look into buying a great hair removal cream. The people who should stay away from these products are those who either have an allergy or those who are predisposed to having irritable skin and certain skin conditions. If you are unsure of whether or not these creams are safe for you, be sure to consult with a specialist to get a professional opinion.


Ana S. Vargas

Published by


Ana S. Vargas

Ana grew up in Oaxaca, Mexico. After her and her sisters’ life was endangered due to personal reasons, their mother had decided that they would immigrate to the United States. She worked two full-time jobs to support her 3 daughters and instilled a certain belief system and work-ethic in Ana and her sisters. After graduating from the University of Southern California with a doctor of medicine degree, Ana worked 4 short years in the field. Shortly thereafter, she decided to follow her passion of blogging and providing insightful information to those who would read her content. She is the primary author of Beauty Intensified.