Get That Smooth, Safe Erase Every Time! How To Use The Crystal Eraser

Oh, hair removal. 

Whoever it may be, women or men, most of us view hair removal as a necessary evil. For some of us, trying to get a good hair removal method that fits our skin and budget can seem like a challenge, a hit or miss. You sometimes wonder why you don’t always get the results you want with cheap methods or why you have to spend a lot on some procedures to get better results.

Shaving is probably the one of the fastest and most effective methods of removing unwanted hair. It is the method used by most women and men to remove hair on a regular, if not daily basis as part of their grooming routine because it’s convenient, affordable, and painless if done correctly. 

But with all its glory, shaving has its side effects. It can cause strawberry skin, razor bumps and burns, cuts, and ingrown hairs. Many have traded shaving to more safer methods but of course, they come with a price.

Meet the Crystal Hair Eraser.

Hair erasing, similar to shaving, is a form of depilation. It is a hair removal process that removes hair from the surface level of the skin. However, it boasts itself as a tool that prevents those side effects we are mostly terrified of due to its product design. Not only it removes unwanted hair, but it also exfoliates the skin, eliminating those razor bumps and burns, and reducing the appearance of strawberry skin and ingrown hairs. 

But as with any grooming routine, there are a few procedures you can follow to make sure your hair removal routine is as enjoyable and effective as possible. 

Yes, Babe, we wish you knew these sooner too! But here are some tips that can ease and enhance your hair erasing process:

1. Exfoliate. Don’t forget that you can exfoliate using loofahs or bath scrubs prior to hair removal to lift the hairs away from the skin and to prevent ingrown hairs. 

2. Never dry shave or erase. You’ll get a more effective erasing process if you soften your skin first, so try erasing after the end of your bath or shower time.

3. As all beauty routines would require – always moisturize!

Moisturizing erased, shaved, or treated areas prevent dryness or micro-peeling, and we don’t want that.

4. Lastly, protect your skin from the sun. Use sunscreen at all times and not just when at the pool or beach. After erasing or removing those unwanted hairs, your skin becomes more sensitive and the sun’s rays can cause more damage.
Following these tips every time you undergo your hair removal methods can help you keep your skin in good shape. How you remove unwanted hairs and which products you use matter. We hope these tips will help, Babe!