I’m not sure why but it seems that all the women/females in my family have a lot of body hair. And this body hair is dark and thick, something that has caused a lot of stress for each and everyone one of us in so many ways. The last 5 years of my grandmother’s life, she was not able to take care of herself so my Aunt Ginny moved in with her and took care of her instead of being put in a nursing home like so many people now a days seem to end up doing with their older relatives. My grandmother had a good amount of facial hair that she managed to keep from being highly visible to most of us, but when she went downhill my aunt had to start shaving her every day until it became too much for either one of them to deal with.
I have had to deal with my own hair issues. Now that I am getting older the hair on my legs and under my arms seems to have slowed in growing, but it is getting worse on other parts of my body, mainly my face. Thank goodness for facial hair bleach because I’ll be darned if I am going to shave my face for the rest of my life.
My niece was teased on the school bus and was nicknamed gorilla arms because of the dark hair on her arms. Bless her heart. Her mother didn’t want her to shave her arms, nor was she old enough for waxing so they decided to go the way of the epilator, which seems to have worked out really well . I have been learning about this process, checking out this website and that website reading reviews and guides online and I think that I will order an electric epilator for myself since it sounds like the way to go for my needs and wants.
The Internet sure is a great tool to learn about products like this, so far this site of www.epilatorguide.net has been the best information that has helped me. So if you are interested in learning about the various epilators on the market or know someone who might be I would encourage looking this site up.
I’ll keep you posted on what I order, as well as from where I order it and how it works out! I wish that they had had something like this for women in my grandmother’s generation.