I've decided to do something a little different today. We all have body hair. As much as we'd all like to say 'Me?! Hairy legs? Never!', we're all have a bit of fuzz and there are plenty of options for getting rid:
I've tried lots of different methods for hair removal, but these are the three products and tools sitting in my bathroom right now; my epilator, razors and some in-shower hair removal cream. Truth be told I find it all a bit of a faff (don't we all?) and I've been tempted to get laser hair removal. SK:N clinic in Glasgow are currently offering 30% off underarm and bikini laser hair removal, and I must admit I'm tempted to get my underarms done.
But for now, I'll talk more about the products I currently use:
Gilette Razors: £3.99 for a pack of 8 - These were incredibly cheap, and although they're not great they do the job for quickly shaving your underarms and legs. I do like more expensive razors but these are what I'm working with right now. Like I said, they do the job.
Veet Sensitive Formula In Shower Hair Removal Cream - £11.05 (currently £5.52) from Boots - I use this for my bikini line (like I wear a bikini!) and less often my legs. I really does the job but if you're not careful it can sting a bit. The best thing about this is that you can use it in the shower!
Veet Touchably Smooth Rechargeable Epilator - I'm not sure how much this was or where you can get it from, as Boots don't seem to stock it anymore, but I'll give you a wee run down on epilators in general. They're great for going on holiday or to festivals, any situation where you want super smooth legs/underarms or won't be able to shave whilst you're away. The effect is long lasting, but man is it painful. Epilation is essentially plucking the hairs at a super fast speed, so it is quite sore. Luckily there are a few soothing sprays on the market to make life easier. But if you want smooth and stubble free skin epilation definitely works.
Like I said, getting laser hair removal is an option I'd look into in the future as I really hate the faff of it all, but in the meantime these three methods work really well to keep me fluff free!