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The act or result of removing hair.The use of lasers or other instruments to remove unwanted facial and body hair by ‘zapping’ the hair follicle to slow or stop hair growth
epilation The removal of hair by extraction, electrolysis, or chemical lysis. See Hirsutism.
The act or result of removing hair.
epilation Removal of the hair by the roots by any means, such as plucking, waxing, chemical destruction or electrolysis.
The removal of hair by the roots as in the case of ingrowing eyelashes. The eyelashes are removed with forceps but, unfortunately, they tend to regrow. See distichiasis
the removal of hair by the roots.
Patient discussion about epilation
Q. Is there any treatment in Chinese medicine to remove body hair? I’m a 22 years-old girl, and I’m considering laser hair removal of the hair on my legs. Usually I prefer the natural way, so I wanted to ask if there’s any Chinese way to remove body hair. Is it better than laser?
A. i agree with Melissa- body hair is natural but sometimes it's growth is increased by an unbalanced hormonal state. and Chinese medicine can help on that case. so there is nothing wrong by checking this direction out .More discussions about epilation
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A few affected hair strands along with their root were epilated
with the help of forceps and collected in autoclaved paper, which can be stored for long periods without appreciable loss to viability of the fungal agents.