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Breaking down the act of Depilation

Breaking down the act of Depilation

Today we are going to break down the act of depilation to two very simple processes

Removal of Hair at the Surface

The quickest way to have smooth skin is to eliminate the hair at or just below the skin. This is only temporary and repeated treatments have to be done frequently, sometimes even daily.

Though these methods may be quick and inexpensive, they can lead to razor burn (from shaving), rashes (from epilating), allergic reactions (from hair removal creams) and ingrown hairs.

Removal of Hair under the Surface

Removing the hair and the root from the hair follicle offers smoother skin (no stubble) that lasts longer. These methods are more expensive and often more painful as the hair root is yanked out. As the hair grows back, it's usually thinner and less dense.

Waxing is the one of the most popular ways to remove the entire hair shaft, due to ease-of-use and the wide availability of in-home waxing kits . But using a laser for hair removal is becoming more popular. Many people choose to go to a professional to get laser hair removal done, whether it's a dermatology clinic or a beauty salon, but there are also laser hair removal devices that you can use at home . With laser hair removal, the hair follicle is 'zapped' and stops producing a replacement hair shaft, typically for at least a few months. In some cases, the hair loss is permanent.

There's never been a greater selection of hair removal methods from which people can choose. With a number of products available, the best way to find an effective system is to consult your doctor and figure out your skin type.

With waxing, a system that’s void of any skin irritants and uses only natural ingredients is the safest and best bet for effective results for any skin type.