3 Best Home Laser Hair Removal Products For Men in 2019

Last updated: July 15, 2019
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Electrical manufacturers have flooded the market with a host of gadgets all claiming to be the best at removing body hair.

You have to be very careful with your choice though because not all of them are suitable for men. I am going to make it easy for you by reviewing what I believe to be the 3 most effective home laser hair removal products for men.

The Best Home Laser Hair Removal Products For Men

This solution is developed with a sophisticated IPL (intense Pulsed Light) technology.

Recommended by leading dermatologist Jeffery Dover, this product been tested in many clinical trials so that it produces the best results.

The Remington I-light pro has 5 power settings which are GREAT because it allows you to go at a pace that is suitable for your pain threshold.

Please note that when you use a higher power the cartridges run out quicker. This is the only bummer with this product. Carriages general last around 1500 flashes which should get you 2 whole body treatments. If you are really hairy then you will probably just get one.

This product is not battery powered meaning you never have to worry about it dying mid-treatment. The unit has a well-designed applicator which fits nicely into your palm, however, because there is a power cable so reaching some body parts can be a bit awkward.

Remington has advised that you can use IPL hair removal machine on the following areas of the body:

  • Legs
  • Underarms
  • Bikini line/groin area
  • Chest
  • Stomach
  • Arms

The device has not been cleared in the U.S for face, head, ears, or neck usage.

I have used the Remington Pro 3 times over a 3 week period and I have to say I am pleased so far with the results.

I started on my chest and the hairs seemed to either gone or started to grow back dramatically slower.

For me, this is one of the best home laser hair removals for men products on the market.

Key Features:

  • Comes with 1 replacement cartridge that provides 1,500 flashes for 2-3 full body treatments
  • Has a built-in skin tone sensor, five energy levels, corded operation, and skin contact sensors


iLIGHT Pro Hair Removal System
1 pound
  • Can be used for the legs, underarms, bikini area
  • Better than razors for women
  • Hair grows back slower and thinner
  • Does not damage or hurt the skin
  • Not suggested for darker skin tones
  • It is not very cheap to buy

Tria hair removal devices have been revolutionizing the cosmetic and beauty industry since the earlier 2000s.

They have taken a number of cutting edge laser devices that use in office technology and developed so that you can use them in your home.

This is more expensive than the Remington because it using laser technology instead of IPL.

Experts will tell that laser is more effective then IPL, however, there is no conclusive evidence to back that up.

The nozzle is quite small on this product but I think to that size so that you can manage the pain. I am not going to lie this is not a pain-free treatment so if the nozzle was any bigger then I think it would be too hard to cope.

Use can the Tria 4x on the following body parts:

  • Legs
  • Arms
  • Bikini line
  • Underarms
  • Feet
  • Hands
  • Chest
  • Back
  • Stomach

The Tria 4x is battery powered and has no cord which has its pros and cons. Having no power cable means that the product is more portable and you can to award parts of the easier. You do have to manage the power so that it doesn’t run out mid-treatment.

I found the best way to do this was to come with a system whereby you section your body into different parts.

Then each time you do a treatment you do a different part allowing for a nice even result with little chance of the battery dying on you.

I also love that this product does not need cartridges to run, meaning I can use the laser without worrying about ongoing costs.

I have had 6 sessions now (once a week) and seen some great results!

My hair is growing back much slower and on some parts of my body, there is no hair at all.

Key Features:

  • Powered by the same in-office Diode Laser Technology used by dermatologists
  • FDA-cleared at-home laser to remove unwanted hair
  • Delivers over 3 times more hair-eliminating energy than any other at-home hair removal device


Beauty Hair Removal Laser 4X for Women and Men
4 pounds
  • Works great for bikini and underarm use
  • Removes dark facial hair
  • Slows down hair growth
  • Limited capacity of the battery
  • Targets only small areas

Philips Lumea Essential comes at a reasonable price. It emits approximately 200,000 flashes before the machine needs to be replaced. This IPL hair removal system is meant to last a very long time. Other than it is easy on the wallet, it is also corded, light and very easy to use.

The “slide and flash” mode is one of the nicest features of this hair remover. You can simply glide the device over your skin as it flashes. Now, you won’t have to deal with every patch of your skin individually. You can also find a “stamp mode” which is meant to be used on the smaller areas of the skin. One thing you need to know is that IPL machines come with pros and cons. It will take you longer to see results than with the Tria laser. This is because the pulses of light are not as powerful. But it also means that the treatments are not as painful.

You can use the Philips Lumea Essential:

  • Legs
  • Bikini area
  • Underarms
  • Upper lips

Key Features:

  • SmartSkin Technology with UV filter
  • With safety skin tone sensor and cool to the touch pulses
  • Prevents hair regrowth with proven hair reduction after 1 treatment


Philips Norelco
Lumea Comfort IPL Hair Removal System, professional results at home
  • Removes neck hair and great for treating ingrown hairs
  • Can be used by females to remove upper lip hair
  • Affordable
  • You have to give it some time to see best results

So what is the best solution for permanent hair removal at home for men?

Within this blog post, we will answer that very question.

Most men either Shaving, plucking and trim which have been the traditional solution for a long while, however, these methods can cause skin irritation or leave you with unsightly stubble that needs constant attention.

Having your back or chest waxed is something that nightmares are made of. If you have had the pleasure of this experience, then even the thought of your next session will make you recoil in terror. Also, crying in front of a group of beauticians is not particularly flattering.

Last year, the number of men seeking laser hair removal treatments raised to a whopping 85%. This statistic shows that laser removal is now becoming very popular with men. Also, it is now clear that men are starting following similar grooming patterns to women including having smooth body skin.

Having smooth hair free skin can breathe new confidence into a man. A recent poll suggested that men are more worried about excessive hair then having a six pack or a nice set of biceps.

What areas of the body do most men want thin or no hair?

Laser hair removal on the back, shoulders, chest, and stomach tend to be the most popular areas. These seem to be the places where hair growth can get a bit out of hand.

Guys just want to be able to take their top off on the beach or wear a vest in the gym without somebody making Chewbacca noises.

Do men need more laser hair removal treatments than women?

The answer is yes for 2 two reasons, one, men’s hair is generally thicker and grows at a higher density. Two, men usually have more muscle mass than women meaning body hair can be a little bit more stubborn.

How does home laser hair removal for men work?

Well, when considering doing laser hair removal at home you have two technologies available, IPL and Laser. Both work well and they both have their own advantages.

I have talked about the ins and outs of both technologies on many occasions so I suggest if you would like to know more then read IPL or laser, which is better for hair removal.

How do you now prep yourself?

So you have brought home laser device and you’re raring to go, how do you now prep yourself? No plucking, tweezing or waxing is allowed before to start your treatment. Hair needs to be in their follicle for the laser to be able to disable them.

Cover up the areas that are going treated from the sun. Also, avoid any sunbeds or fake tan lotions. Unfortunately, most laser hair removal treatments are not as affected if your skin is Darker. If you do have darker skin then don’t worry because have a blog on the best home laser hair removal dark skin which you can check out. Also, use skin numbing cream to provide pain relief during your treatment.

Back laser hair removal

If the hair is poking out of the neck of your t-shirt then I think you have a problem. Having thick busy back hair can be embarrassing for men, but can also cause minor health problems as well. Excess back hair can cause skin irritation and infections.

The best method to remove back hair permanently is laser treatment. Home laser removal devices allow you to perform treatments in the comfort of your own home. Many of the devices on the market today allow users to treat large areas like the back.


Not all men are bothered about body hair, but a lot are. If you are self-conscious about this issue then there are now a solution available or men.

We hope that we have answered a lot of your questions. If you have your own insight into the best home laser hair removal for men solutions then please leave a comment.

  1. John says:

    Hi Jessie

    Are these two products still the best for men in 2016. Are they any new devices I should check out?

    1. Jessie Anderson says:

      Hi John,

      Yep these 2 are still the best options in my opinion. Although with the Remington, if you’re going to be using it for large area’s such as your back and/or chest then it is worth going for this version of the Remington iLight as it will save you money in the long run.
      You get 20 X more use from the quartz cartridge. If you was to keep replacing cartridges for the original iLight it would cost $323 on cartridges alone (based on current price with amazon) to match up to the same amount of use you get with the quartz cartridge!

  2. Ken says:

    Hi, which one would work best for removal of back hair that’s cost effective?

  3. Kip says:

    Tria 4X is useless, all the hair I treated in a one year span have regrown. Complete waste of $500. If the other product’s joules/area are not any higher, I’d wager it’s useless as well.
    These products are complete snake oil. Do not waste your money. There’s a good reason hair removal lasers can never be at-home hand-held devices: THEY ARE TOO WEAK.