Dealing with Back Hair
A woman always wants a man she can hold onto, but not by his back hair.
- How do I get rid of back hair?
- Shaving vs. Waxing vs. Depilatories
- Suggested products
How To Deal With Back HairA woman always wants a man she can hold onto, but not by his back hair. Back hair is hereditary, so thank your parents by beating on your chest and hitting them over the head with a club. Mister Private is just joking. I know back hair can make you hesitant to take off your shirt at the beach, at the gym, or most importantly, in the bedroom. Let me give you solutions to dealing with back hair.
You could use a back hair shaver like the Electric Back Shaver. The Electric Back Shaver is simply a long handled electric shaver that makes it easy to reach your own back. It’s easy to use, inexpensive, and you can use it in the privacy of your own home.
You could buy a depilatory cream, which will dissolve your hair follicle. These are also inexpensive but they could leave scarring. In fact, the makers of such creams recommend against putting it on you back, so while it might be tempting—just say no. Another option is waxing. To be honest, waxing kind of hurts. It's usually time consuming. Furthermore, you’ll either need to have a friend help you or pay a visit to your local salon.
Enlisting another person to deal with your back hair might be embarrassing. Of course, it might be a bonding experience. But it will probably just be embarrassing. Finally, you could invest in laser hair removal, or electrolysis. While it is painless, it costs a lot of money. Yet the results can be permanent and might be the best option if your back hair poses a serious problem. Or you could rock out with your back hair and shave words or pictures in it. How about an image of Mister Private with the words “My Superhero” underneath it?