At whatever point my “companion” is wearing whatever isn’t a group neck T-shirt—like a mid year dress, or a profound V—she gripes that all she sees when she looks down is her cleavage hair. I’m not discussing areola hair, which is its very own entire thing, yet rather longer hairs that grow out from the middle the space between your boobs. What’s more, similarly as with other certain body parts that can develop hair, similar to your jawline or butt, a few ladies (like my “companion”) aren’t so excited about having… chest hair.

While those rebel areola hairs are absolutely OK to cull, cleavage/chest hair is progressively like, say, leg hair, so in the event that you evacuate it, the techniques are quite comparable. As in: You can shave it, wax it, as well as decide on laser hair expulsion.

“Conventional and more seasoned techniques for evacuating hair, for example, waxing or shaving require continuous support, and can cause ingrown hairs as the hair becomes back,” says Quenby Erickson, MD, a Chicago-based dermatologist. “While they might be more affordable, they’re transitory arrangements that will require progressing medicines. Laser hair evacuation has improved radically throughout the years and outperforms some other choice.”

Christian Karavolas, proprietor of Romeo and Juliet Laser Hair Removal in New York, concurs. “The most ideal approach to evacuate hair in those regions would be with laser,” he says. “On the off chance that you do six sessions, separated six to about two months separated, it’d get the job done for perpetual hair decrease.” His recommendation? Abstain from waxing in light of the fact that, as Dr. Erickson referenced, it can make disturbance and lead ingrowns.

Furthermore, in case you’re pondering whether that chest stubble will return furiously—for example darker, thicker and more—she says that is not the situation. “It won’t develop back thicker,” says Dr. Erickson. “It’s a legend that your hair will develop back thicker after these kinds of medications.” Welp, that is a consolation.