Body hair removal is a common hygienic routine for men and women that can be a time-consuming nuisance to keep up with. Shaving and waxing are two most common ways of removing unwanted hair, but this requires frequency and consistency to keep up with recurring hair growth. There’s some truth to what people say, that once you start shaving, you can never stop. Though it’s mainly a myth that hair grows back thicker and darker once its shaven or even torn out from the roots, hair can grow back in with blunter ends, which can give it the appearance of being denser. Shaving and waxing can also dehydrate and irritate your skin with a razor burn or ingrown hair. Depending on where and how you remove your body hair, you’ll end up sinking a significant amount of money into wax treatments, razors, creams, moisturizers and possibly Band-Aids.