It is amazing to me that a proven method providing exceptional results for years–see centuries in this case, is being tabooed from the media and some institution.
Hence, I like to create a buzz to something close to my heart, providing reasons and success to this unparalleled practice.
Recently, I came across a day show conducted by a panel of doctors, the subject was a brief look at maintaining a clean healthy appearance with facial, massage and hair removal. Being literally surprise is an understatement, to hear that tweezing and waxing was their choice of hair removal.
Has anyone have heard of “electrolysis” the Only proven and FDA approved Permanent Hair removal method? Perhaps from the archives or with a faint limited view.
We know from facts, that stimulation like repeating friction and irritation in an already active (hairy) area, will only exacerbate the blood supply, generating the potential of more growth — subsequently, in time, accelerating the need to tweeze and wax. Because, the fine lanugo hairs themselves become coarser and deeper terminal hair, ingrown hair too, generally occurred as this frequent practice perpetuates the cycle.
It is easy to understand now, that tweezing an ingrown hair will only create matter worse — painful ingrown, plus you add the great potential of scar tissue and infected the region (non-sterilized tweezers).
Yes, in this twenty first century, we have come a long way in terms of knowledge and educating our selves and so, did the Electrology industry. Computerized combo equipment has long replaced the individual methods of the past. Galvanic (dc current), Shortwave (ac current) or the use of both simultaneously Blend method, are used according to individual need, just by a simple touch on the pad. The comfort level, the speed and precision is provide to meet everyone expectation at cost efficient level and permanent solution!
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George Bernard Shaw