Waxing is an excellent way to deal with most hair removal.
Waxing leaves the area smoother than shaving
does because it pulls the hair out from below the
top layer of skin. This is the easiest and most
convenient way to go about removing hair
from large areas. With hot waxing, a thin layer
of heated wax is applied to the skin in the direction
of the hair growth. The hair becomes embedded in
the wax as it cools. The wax is then pulled off quickly
in the opposite direction of the hair growth, taking the
hair with it. Cold waxes work similarly. Strips are
pre-coated with wax or a sugar-based substance
and pressed onto the skin in the direction of the
hair growth and pulled off in the opposite direction.