Discoloration is not hair removal, but a way of concealing body hair. It is commonly used on areas of the body that do not want to be waxed, such as the face, forearms, upper legs, and back.

However, hair on any part of the body may be discolored, as long as it is not too thick.

This method is very useful for teens who have fine, dark hair, which is evidence of its presence, for those who cannot use laser hair removal or do not wish to use a painful method of hair removal, such as waxing.

How to Discolor Body Hair

Bleaching is a process by which a bleaching product is applied to the skin, which dyes the hair to a light blond color.

This method is not risky, but can cause allergies or irritation to very sensitive skin.

Before doing so, it is recommended to apply the bleaching product on a small area that is not very visible and to check its effects.

Methods to Discolor Hair

Bleaching with hydrogen peroxide

Bleaching with hydrogen peroxideOne of the most commonly used methods to discolor facial hair is hydrogen peroxide. Its advantage is that it is a very easy product to obtain, although it has some disadvantages.

Oxygenated water often causes itching, burning and irritation and you should take some precautions before applying it to your skin.

Start by washing the area of your body that you want to discolor with soap and water to remove any makeup or cream that you have used during the day.

Wet a cotton pad with 40 vol. hydrogen peroxide, apply it to the hair and expose the skin to the sun for approximately 20 minutes. The effects of the sun’s rays with hydrogen peroxide will cause the body hair to lighten.

Hair bleaching cream

Hair bleaching creamBleaching creams are used mixed with low volume hydrogen peroxide and act in the same way as hydrogen peroxide. But if you choose a good quality hair bleaching cream, you will avoid irritating your skin.

To use the cream cleanse the skin well and apply the product with a spatula over the area to be treated. Allow the recommended time to act on the package directions.

After the necessary time, remove the cream with the spatula and wash the skin area with plenty of cold water.

Natural body hair bleaching products

Natural body hair bleaching productsThere are some natural products that you can use to discolor facial or body hair.

Lemon is a good bleach, but sometimes it causes burning and irritation. If you are going to use it, do not expose yourself to the sun, as it can cause spots on your skin.

In addition to lemon, you can use apple vinegar or a chamomile infusion.

 

Precautions when discoloring facial hair

  • Choose a product that suits your skin type.
  • Prevents the application of bleaches in sensitive areas.
  • Don’t discolor facial hair too often.
  • If you are allergic, check the ingredients of the product before use.
  • Do not leave the product on the skin any longer than necessary.
  • Before discoloring the hair, test it in an inconspicuous area.

Alternatives to body hair discoloration

Many women choose bleach because they do not want to use a razor on certain areas or they prefer it among the various types of hair removal that exist. This is logical, as shaving facial hair will result in thicker hair growth and the problem will be aggravated.

Other people do not want to wax their hair, either because of the pain it causes or because of the irritation and consequences it has on sensitive skin.

However, there are better options for removing unwanted hair, such as laser hair removal and light hair removal.

Through these procedures, not only do you avoid the pain and side effects of traditional methods, but the hair will weaken and stop growing.

To do this, you can go to a beauty clinic for a laser hair removal treatment or buy a Pulsed Light (IPL) hair remover to use at home.

The new IPL hair remover is an excellent alternative to laser hair removal because of its low cost. In addition, the new models are safe, easy to use and very effective in removing hair forever.

You can check out the new IPL models for home hair removal at Laser Hair Remover: How to Choose the Best Deal in 2018.