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All About Transdermolysis
All About Transdermolysis
Originating from the electric tweezers method of hair removal, transdermolysis uses electric currents to get rid of hair - permanently. That's what its manufacturers…...
Are Photoepilators Better Than Tweezing?
Are Photoepilators Better Than Tweezing?
An unusual twist to laser hair removal is the use of photo epilators, which actively destroy the hair follicles over a series of treatments. While they can work well…...
Do Hair Growth Inhibitors Really Work?
Do Hair Growth Inhibitors Really Work?
Many products are on the market that promise to inhibit hair growth, making it easier to wax and shave with less hair eventually growing back. But do they really work?...
Do Rotary Epilators Really Remove Hair?
Do Rotary Epilators Really Remove Hair?
Using a rotary epilator to remove unwanted hair can be a lot better than using an electric shaver, as the hair is actually tweezed out at the root. It might be a bit…...
Epilators for Hair Removal
Epilators for Hair Removal
Epilators are an easy, convenient and cheap way to remove excess body hair from the root with minimal adverse effects....
Friction Methods to Remove Fine Hair
Friction Methods to Remove Fine Hair
The friction method of hair removal is chemical-free, relatively easy to do and completely safe. It doesn't work brilliantly for everyone, but if you have very fine…...
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) to Remove Hair
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) to Remove Hair
Is IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light therapy, really the most effective hair removal technique currently available in the UK? What are the advantages - and disadvantages?...
Medications for Hair Removal
Medications for Hair Removal
Vaniqa cream used externally and cyproterone acetate/ethinylestradiol combination are the two drugs licensed for use in the UK to treat excess hair growth....
Plucking Unwanted Hair
Plucking Unwanted Hair
Plucking is the perfect, convenient and easy method of removing small amounts of hair, especially from eyebrows and other parts of face, like upper and lower lips and…...
Products That Discourage Hair Growth-Do They Work?
Products That Discourage Hair Growth-Do They Work?
Lotions, creams, and deodorants that discourage hair growth are a great option for individuals wanting to spend less time shaving and more time enjoying hair-free skin....
Removing Body Hair by Sugaring
Removing Body Hair by Sugaring
Sugaring is a very cheap, less painful and more natural way of removing body hair that has been in use for very long....
Treating Excess Body Hair, or Hirsutism
Treating Excess Body Hair, or Hirsutism
It's estimated that roughly one in ten women suffer from hirsutism, or unwanted excess hair on their bodies and faces. Once a diagnosis has been made, treatment is…...
Using Chemical Depilatories
Using Chemical Depilatories
Using chemical depilatories is easy, fast and painless and an affordable way to remove body hair. Care should be taken to follow accurately the directions of use....
What are Chemical Depilatories?
What are Chemical Depilatories?
Chemical depilatories are fast, convenient, pain-free and effective ways to get rid of body hair temporarily. They have some risk of skin irritation and allergy....
What is Threading?
What is Threading?
Threading is an ancient method of hair removal, used most commonly for eyebrow shaping and removing facial hair and uses a cotton thread to pull out rows of hair at once....
What is Transcutaneous Hair Removal?
What is Transcutaneous Hair Removal?
Transcutaneous hair removal uses an adhesive patch attached to skin, which then has an electrical current running through it to destroy hair. Its promoters says is…...
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