Having a waxed body isn’t something restricted to special occasion these days. As summers walk in and your wardrobe flares open to all those sleeveless dresses, mini skirts and then of course it’s time for the bikini to breathe the air, you know what goes around on your mind?
“I need to get a body wax.” But how many of you have the time, money or means to get a wax done which completely satisfies you?
That’s when the Epilators come handy. They are the modern age quick and smart hair removal tool in which once invested will give you a lifetime benefit.
But do you still find yourself asking “Should I Buy An Epilator?”
On a scale of 1 to 10, Let us show you the pain level and result level.
Types Pain Level Result Level
Wax ———————– 10 ———————-10
Epilators —————— 7 ————————9
Shaving ——————- 0 ————————4
Creams ——————– 0 ———————– 4
Without any doubt Wax gives the best result. Well, beauty has its cost and pain. But Epilators give you a very close result to Wax and the pain level being 7 is only the start. Once you get used to it, then it only gives you a slight tingly feeling.
So Epilators are definitely worth your investment. Every girl must own it.
How long does it take to epilate?
It does not take a long time. Even if you want to epilate both hands and legs, it will probably take about 15 to 20 minutes which completely depends on the type of hair you have.
If you have full grown hair, it will be quicker as longer hair get pulled up in the machine quicker. If you have short hair, then you may want to roll the machine once or twice at the same spot in case you missed any.
But a good epilator works like a charm on both full grown and short hair and will probably just take 15 minutes top.
How long does the epilation last?
Normally it would last for about a 10 to 15 days depending upon your hair growth rate. If your hair growth is quick then 10 days and if your hair growth is slow then 20 days.
If you keep using epilator, your hair growth will eventually become slower as the hair are being plucked from the roots, weakening the root cell.
Will I have thick hair after using epilator?
Most people have this believe that if they use an epilator, the next hair growth will be thick. But that’s totally wrong.
Epilators pull the hair from their root eventually weakening them from the root. The more epilating you do, the weaker and slower your hair growth will be and your hair growth will become thin instead of being thick.
Is epilator safe to use? Would it cut or harm me?
Epilators are completely safe. They also come with many attachments like skin smoothing, skin massage, safe epilation etc. So if you are new to epilators and using them for the first time, use any of the attachment which will not allow the epilator to have direct contact with your skin.
How should I use an Epilator?
Always keep the Epilator at a 90 degree angle from your skin.
If using epilator on the arm pit, always tighten your skin.
Do not use on baggie/loose skin areas. Always tighten them first.
Move your epilator in the opposite direct of the hair growth.
Always move the epilator in the direction prescribed at the box.