It used to be that hair removal was strictly a female thing. Unless for male athletes or dancer, no male would have even thought of having his back or shoulder hair decreased or removed.
“Most men don’t necessarily want it all removed, but increasingly they do want it thinned out, on their back and chest and arms.” Unlike women, for whom hair removal is second nature by junior high school, men often find themselves at a loss for how to deal with excess body hair. For those men, the most common hair removal option available today is through the use of lasers. After all, once laser hair removal treatments are completed, results can be almost permanent, with touch-up treatments annually or biannually to maintain results.