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Introduction to hair growth inhibitors

Hair growth inhibitors is the name five to natural and chemical liquids that many companies sell, claiming that hair removal effects will be prolonged and that the rate at which hair grows back will be significantly decreased.

Most of them, no matter where you see them or what company makes them, claim to work in the same way.

After a person shaves or waxes, or uses whatever method they prefer for removing hair, the inhibitor is then applied to the skin.

They can come in various forms, including sprays, creams, lotions, foams or gels.

The results should be noticeable after about a month, many claim.

Obviously, these inhibitors are marketed to women mostly, who want to have to go through hair removal procedures less often than usual.

Do they work?Truthfully, there are no real clinical trials that can prove that these inhibitors really work.

It is important to look at what company is selling the product and whether it is a reputable one.

If you are not familiar with the product name, Google it, and see if the words “scam” or “complaints” come up often.

Claims that the inhibitors will keep the hair away for good are not true. The only real ways to get rid of unwanted hair for good are still only electrolysis or laser hair removal.

However, some hair growth inhibitors have shown to work. If they are used regularly after each hair removal session they can slow the growth of new hair, but it all depends on the product.

It was also seen that the inhibitors will work best when the removal method included taking the hair out of the skin by the root. So, using inhibitors after waxing, tweezing, sugaring or threading is probably the best option.

They work by the enzymes that are found in the product getting into the hair follicle and then affecting the rate and texture of the hair that growing again, making the need to remove the hair again less frequent.

However, the most important thing to note is that these products work differently for all individuals. This also means that while they might have positive effects for some people, they might not work at all for others.

It would be wise to make sure that the product has a money back guarantee before ordering it, so that you can get your money back if you are one of the people that it does not work for at all.

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