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epilating

(ĕp″ĭ-lāt′ĭng)
Depilating; extracting a hair.
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Secondly, commit to epilating often - this weakens the hair meaning it can be removed more easily.
Hairs should be short for epilating - if they are too long, shave first then wait a day or two.
Hair specimen was collected by plucking with epilating forceps along with the base of the hair shaft around the follicle and scalp scraping was also collected
Cosmetics, epilating technologies (from wax to lasers), weight-loss and fitness programs, injections of silicone or Botox and "nosescape architecture" -- a myriad of industries have blossomed around the belief that feeling better hinges on looking different.
WAX ON WAX OFF WHEN hair is being pulled out from the root, as is the case with waxing and epilating, the process is never going to be pleasurable.
well be that some Now, it may well be that some of you get a special thrill from extreme epilating, but try as I might, I can't find an upside to waxing.
BIKINI READY Waxing, shaving, bleaching, epilating.
Philips Norelco has focused on reducing the unpleasant side effects of epilation with a patented skin cooling massage, which helps minimize negative sensation and hypoallergenic ceramic epilating discs that remove hair with less skin irritation than metal discs.
Here's a formula for an epilating wax that contains benzocaine to reduce skin pain.