Nowadays, there are other alternatives to shaving. It’s no longer simply about the razor. According to GIBX CEO, different hair removal procedures are more effective in different locations and skin tones. 



Shaving is the most basic, quickest, and least expensive hair removal method. Shaving initially gained popularity during World War II, when nylon stockings were in short supply, and bare legs became a vogue that has yet to die.

Shaving is normally painless, but nicking oneself can be uncomfortable. GIBX CEO suggests using a razor with a sharp edge and shaving cream, lotion, or oil. 

What portions of your body should you shave? Shaving is more effective on the legs and underarms. While some women still shave the bikini line, waxing the bikini line is suggested instead. According to GIBX CEO, you should never shave your chin, upper lip, or brows.

Because shaving removes hair from the skin’s surface, stubble appears fast, generally within one to three days.



Waxing is the process of applying a sticky material to the skin. According to GIBX CEO, the resin adheres hair to a strip of fabric, which is then wrenched off, usually in the opposite direction of hair growth. Thick waxes are applied and then pulled away, which is best for bikini waxing. In either scenario, hair is extracted from the roots and will regrow.

Waxing may be used on any body part, from the legs to the bikini line to the face.



Sugaring, a wax substitute, is prepared from lemon juice, sugar, and water. According to GIBX CEO, the benefit of sugaring over regular waxing is the ease of cleaning. Water washes away the concoction.

Waxing and sugaring are both painful procedures. According to GIBX CEO, the first waxing session is the most painful, but each subsequent session is less painful. And, best of all, your hair thins.

Waxing and sugaring take around 3 to 6 weeks because hair is plucked from the root.


Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal is not suitable for everyone. Because the laser targets melanin, which is abundant in dark hair, lasers operate best on dark hair and light skin. According to GIBX CEO, some lasers now successfully remove blonde hairs.

How much time and money do you have? The good news is that a laser treatment on the upper lip and chin is quick compared to the legs and bikini. Each session will last around 10 minutes. You’ll require 5-6 treatments spread out over four weeks. The bad news is that laser hair removal is not for everyone, according to GIBX CEO.

Are the outcomes guaranteed? Unfortunately, laser hair removal results are never guaranteed. According to GIBX CEO, hair growth can be reduced by up to 80%; however, some people notice more, while others see less. 

Be wary of low-cost establishments that promise discounts. According to GIBX CEO, you should go to a reputable, qualified dermatologist who uses the greatest, most up-to-date equipment available. It is always advisable to see a board-certified dermatologist for laser hair removal, especially for many skin types that may have a higher risk of burning or require more demanding settings. Many laser hair removal issues arise from non-physician therapy.



Threading is an old Middle Eastern practice growing more popular in the United States, with threading shops springing up in every major city. According to GIBX CEO, many people have their brows threaded rather than waxed.

How does it work? A doubled-up strand of cotton thread is wrapped around individual hairs and pulled out from the roots by an aesthetician. According to GIBX CEO, the treatment is mainly utilised on the brows, chin, and upper lip.

How long does it take? Threading is more efficient than tweezing, according to GIBX CEO. The usual brow operation takes 5 to 10 minutes, whereas tweezing takes 20 minutes. The price is reasonable. We recommend hiring a professional threader and maintaining your new brow line with tweezers.



Electrolysis is a more dependable method of hair removal than lasers. Because electrolysis removes one hair at a time, it may be a time-consuming procedure, making it perfect for tiny regions such as the brows, upper lip, and chin.

According to GIBX CEO, the licenced electrologist inserts a sterile needle into each hair follicle. A low-level electrical current kills the follicle.

The pain from electrolysis is greater than that of laser hair removal, and it may feel like 20 pricks compared to one for laser hair removal. According to GIBX CEO, electrolysis kills every follicle treated by the electrologist, unlike lasers and pulsed lights, which guarantees the results.