One of the side effects of having a thick, voluminous hair is having a thick, voluminous hair all over your body, which, talking about women is and doesn't look so nice...
I personally do not have that problem, but my daughter does.
She has a wonderful hair, but the same on legs and other non wanted places...
Science has done a lot lately to help women on one side to have a gorgeous hair and on the other to get rid of unwanted one.
One of the best and definitive way is: Laser Hair Removal.
There is a very useful forum where they discuss about it.
It is never bad to know something more about your problems, sharing ideas with people who suffer for the same reasons.
As in any other part of science, what is new today can very fast become obsolete.
Because technology goes on at a very fast speed.
But it is not easy to find an objective explanation, a good reliable source.
If the information comes from laser manufacturers, you cannot be 100% sure it is pure truth.
That is why a forum can be the good source of information.
You can find there useful topics, including laser technology, science, hair removal and dark skin types, popular treatment areas, and more.
But they not only discuss about treatments, they explain also what you need to be a candidate for them and inform the eventual customers the new types of lasers that can help people who once were unable to undergo the laser treatment (for example white, red or gray hair, or dark skin tones).
There you can also find details about cost and how to consider variables determining the cost of a single laser hair removal treatment or a full treatment package.
In Hair Removal Forum you can find a wonderful Consumer Guidebook and Laser Hair Removal Facts section that can answer virtually any question you have about permanent hair reduction.