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Wednesday, 16 February 2011 12:22

Tips On Safe And Clean Hair Removal

hair-removalEveryone faces the hair removal process some time or the other in life. There are various categories of hair removal that depends on position (body, facial, bikini), type of removal (shaving, waxing, plucking) or the type of hair (terminal or vellum). If you know what type of hair you have, you will be able to choose the correct procedure to remove the hair.

Vellum hair that is fine, soft and short is generally found on women face, back or chest. The removal of such hair is discretionary, especially if your skin tone is darker that can make such hair more visible. Terminal hair that grows on your armpits, head, bikini zone and legs is darker, longer and coarser.

For removing vellum hair, the most recommended methods consist of plucking, laser hair removal or waxing. On the other hand, you can use waxing, shaving, depilatories, plucking, prescription treatment, electrolysis and laser to remove terminal hair. The selection of hair removal methods is based on your capability to bear pain, economic strength and the area that you desire to clean.

Though shaving is cheap, the effect will last only for a few days. Another main disadvantage is that unless your hair grows to a certain length, you won’t be able to shave it.

The effect of plucking lasts long and is suggested for small areas like chin, eyebrows and upper lip. Depilatories should be bought with care and can be used on any region that you choose. The effect of depilatories will stay for up to two weeks. The effect of waxing lasts long but the method is very painful. The skin of some people may develop inflammation, redness and bumps after waxing. However, these effects disappear soon.

Electrolysis is a permanent way of removing hair. It’s generally used for smaller regions like underarms, upper lip and eyebrows. Though laser hair removal is costly, the effect will last for at least 6 months and the procedure won’t cause you pain.


Published in Skin Care
Friday, 21 January 2011 05:37

Brazilian Wax The Modern Wellness

Wellness –the word has changed and its meaning has matured over the years from keeping well as in being healthy and wealthy enough to feed the dependants to some meaning of deeper significance.

Today wellness is a complete industry. Wellness today covers things that are not mandatory for basic requirements but are extra incentives. Brazilian wax is one of the many incentives that life today has to offer in the name of wellness. This wax got first introduced in the year nineteen eighty seven in New York. The founders were seven sisters from Brazil.

And it soon became one of the most popular hair-removal techniques all over US, and has followed time to today’s wellness sector to become a fast The technique is unique from other methods of waxing in the way that it results in removing hair from back, front, and from bikini area. Although commonly a landing strap is left untouched, some clients however prefer a complete removal.

The difficulty level of this wax is average, with a maximum of fifteen to twenty minutes involvement. Let us get an hit. Insight of the wax. This waxing is mostly practiced in a locked door private room. The customer gets the time to remove the lingerie and pants and anything else followed by lying down on the table, preferably on sheets or clean paper.

Since only one fourth inch of skin hair is needed for wax to stick to the wax sometimes trimming the pubic hair in a correct proportion and length is essential. The general practice followed is a quarter inch length for smooth hairs and half inch for coarse ones. All leading waxers would agree that any shorter length than this standard would create issues with the wax to stick properly.

To ease the process in a Brazilian wax, the waxer would be applying talcum powder on the skin with complete liberty. The sole purpose here is to keep the warm wax from getting stuck to the skin. Well equipped and best waxers are fast enough to make the whole waxing process less uncomfortable.

The process requires the waxer to get a pot full of hot wax and dip the wooden stick of wax into it followed by spreading the wax onto the hair and skin. A cloth strip will then be applied over the wax that is warm and is pressed hard so as to get the wax, hair, and cloth to adhere to each other. After the wax is cold, the strip is pulled off by the waxer in the opposite direction of hair growth. This results in pulling out the hairs from the roots.

Some specialists suggest using a hard wax, that is thicker and is an easier peel off once cooled down.

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