It's a simple fact that men have body hair. A completely natural occurrence with genetics playing a more hirsute fate for some more so than others, and not everyone is happy about it. We can be our own worst enemy, but the pressure to de-fluff from a partner or what the various media outlets suggest is 'socially acceptable' all influence our decisions.
It could be that you intend to get a tattoo that, without a more permanent solution such as laser, will be hidden from the view .... and what is the point of that ?
If it's just about how hirsute you are the we have that 'covered' as well. There is an alternative choice out there though and you don't have to get it all removed. For those of you who don't mind having hair on your chest, stomach or legs, but just not as much of it, 2 to 4 laser hair treatments may be all you need to reduce the coverage to what you feel comfortable and happy with.
Backs are an area that the majority of us would rather not have hair and for you guys a more permanent solution would be your thing. Legs on the other hand can be considered a more masculine trait by women, unless you are a cyclist or swimmer and require that extra 1/2 second speed advantage ?
Another emerging trend we have noticed here at The Body Barber™, is what we call a 'hygiene' treatment. With several laser treatments even the hairiest of bottoms out there become smooth and hair free allowing many of you to relax when nature calls, by removing the sense of confidence that only a shower afterwards usually brings, no matter where you are.
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With restrictions imposed to Hairdressers and Barbers now imposed, The Body Barber™, in a very limited capacity, will be cutting/clipping body hair ONLY as per Dept. of Health. Waxing, laser and massage are on hold until the green light has been given by DHHS.
Online bookings have been suspended until the full range of services are able to be offered again.
Thank you for your support, please … stay safe, observe social distancing and see you when this is ‘all over’ and we're all looking rather Neanderthal.