Hi everyone. I have always been self conscious about my body hair. Its not a HUGE problem, but I feel horrible about myself so for the past two years or so I have been on a mission to find the best method for hair removal. I started off waxing my whole body, mainly my chest and legs. For a while this was great but it hurt like hell. So this one day I raised up about 1600 dollars and got laser hair removal. And it all went to waste because 6 months later I am the same as I was. (I'm a perfect candidate too, but the waxing may have had a really bad effect on the laser) Anyhow my mission was to thin out the hair on my legs and have a nice smooth chest.
So I read about sand paper and how it may help. I clipped the hair on my legs and chest and sanded it down gently every day for about 4 days. And I'm really happy with the results. I feel like sanding made my hair lighter and some hairs got pulled out. I'm just experimenting right now but I think this may work for me. The two drawbacks are if you sand down too hard you get bald spots because it actually cut the hair. NOT good for what I'm looking for. Also your hair feels weird, like dry. I think moisturizer works a little. Well, I hope that helps anyone.. if you do try it, use like 400 grit sandpaper, and be careful because you may irritate your skin. Small circles and gentle. And this is obviously only temporary. If anyone knows if this has been done before by men, let me know! Thanks.