Hair Removal Guide

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3/10/2006

Epilators

Epilators are small devices that pluck many hairs at a time, working like several pairs of tweezers. They are good for large areas like arms and legs, but can be difficult for sensitive areas such as the face and bikini area as the skin must be kept taut to avoid pinching.
It's important to invest in a quality epilator, as a cheap one is likely to hurt more. Some of the higher end models even include devices to dull the pain.

EPILATORS - HOW TO DO IT
You may want to take a warm bath or shower first to soften hairs and aid in the removal process.
To epilate, grasp the skin firmly and run the epilator across your skin.
Afterwards you may want to apply some lotion or a cool washcloth to sooth your skin if it becomes irritated.

EPILATORS VERSUS OTHER METHODS
Epilators are a practical substitute to shaving with a razor. It works on most of the same areas and lasts longer, three to eight weeks.
However there is more discomfort involved, though it will lessen with each session. Also it may not work if your hair is fine, or if your skin is sensitive.
Epilators run from $25-$70.

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