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Perspiration | Trim Armpit Hair to Reduce Sweat

You are probably going to be uncomfortable with this video. Alpha cuts down on underarm perspiration by trimming armpit hair.

Aaron Marino of alpha m. takes the facial hair grooming tool approximately once a week. Be careful with how your grooming tool cuts.  Use a high quality antiperspirant to help keep you dry as well. If you want to shave or clip your armpits, it's okay!


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Manscaping | All About Getting Waxed  -
March 9, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses body hair removal via waxing. First off, how to select a good place to get waxed? Personal recommendations are a good way. Also, you could Google "Brazilian wax ________ (your location)". Go to a place that specializes in waxing rather than a place that simply offers the service along with the rest of their services. In regard to feeling uncomfortable, a place thRead More»
Perspiration | Don't Sweat It! -
February 2, 2012
Let’s talk about sweat.  Everyone does it; some more than others, and men typically do it more than women.  We sweat in order to maintain our body temperature; to keep ourselves from getting dangerously overheated.  As I’m sure you’ve noticed, we sweat when we’re physically active, like during exercise, and when we are nervous, like on a date or job interview.  It’s understandable whRead More»
Manscaping | To Scape or Not to Scape  -
December 21, 2011
That is the question today’s men are faced with.  Traditionally, hair has been a part of a man’s identity, symbolizing masculinity and a coming of age.  Other than our face, hairless, smooth skin was usually reserved for women only. Well, gone are the days when women alone have that option.  Men are now permitted to “manscape” as little or as much as they’d like.  From eyebrows to buRead More»
Manscaping | Plucking, Clippers, Shaving, Waxing, Electrolysis, Laser -
December 11, 2011
Manscaping Tools Enter Code IAMXXLB for 10% Off Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses some hair removal options which some are quick, some are slower, some are painless, and some are not: Plucking is good for single hair removal and tight spaces. Hair clippers are for covering big areas of your body. Be careful if it's your first time because you can cut yourself. Shaving is great for short hairs onRead More»

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