Hair Removal Directory
Tweezing, plucking, shaving, waxing, lasering -- we go through a lot trying to get rid of unwanted body hair. Whether it appears on the back, face, arms, legs, or any other part of the body, the result is the same. Luckily, there are many ways to remove the hair. Some are more cost-effective but don't last as long, while others last for years but cost more. Find more info including how to choose the best way to remove unwanted hair.
If you're a woman and you have a lot of hair growing in places where it normally does just for men, like your upper lip, chin, chest, stomach, or back, that’s a condition called hirsutism.
What is Folliculitis?
Folliculitis can cause clusters of red, pimple-like bumps on your skin. Learn what causes it, what it looks like, how you can treat it at home, and when to see your doctor.
The pros and cons of DIY waxing
Waxing, like tweezing, does hurt. But the pain comes with every strip, not hair by hair. Waxing is also better than cream hair removers because there’s no smell and less of a chance you’ll wind up with a nasty red rash.
Dirty Secret: I Borrow My Boyfriend's Razor
Yes, we know why you use his razor. But here's why you shouldn't.
You Asked! Expert A's to Your Beauty Q's: Frizzy Hair
Frizz? Frayed ends? Nurse damaged hair back to health with these expert tips and product picks.
Female Intimate Grooming: Douching, Bikini Line Waxing, Shaving, and More
WebMD tackles the topic of douching and bikini line hair removal. Learn what’s safe and what’s not.
Hair Removal Quiz: Solutions for Unwanted Hair
Wondering what to do about unwanted hair? Take this quiz to learn about hair removal options, from shaving and waxing to high-tech procedures like laser hair removal.
Hair Removal Methods
WebMD explains different hair removal techniques, such as waxing, threading, and laser hair removal.
Laser Hair Removal: Benefits, Side Effects, and Cost
WebMD explains laser hair removal, including costs, benefits, and side effects.
WebMD explains electrolysis, a procedure for removing individual hairs from the face or body by destroying the growth center of the hair with chemical or heat energy.
Shaving Tips for Teen Guys
If you're a teen guy hitting puberty, find out how to start shaving.
Men's Skin Care for Your Face
Shaving can cause irritation and skin bumps in men. Here’s what men need to know about skin care products for their face.
What to look for in male grooming products, from skincare, shampoo, and hair styling to shaving creams, aftershaves, and razor burn remedies. WebMD has asked the experts to describe the important products men should know in order to be groomed the way they want to be groomed.
Shaving Tips for Teen Girls
WebMD explains the best methods for shaving or otherwise removing hair from the legs, underarms, and pubic area.