How does epilation work?

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Epilation is the active removal of the entire hair by the root or destruction of the hair at the root. An epilator has a series of tweezers, as the epilator is moved across the skin the tweezers rotate and pull the hairs out from the root, meaning that hair re-growth is slower.
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How Does Epilation Work?
Epilation is the active removal of the entire hair by the root or destruction of the hair at the root and is accomplished by many methods. One of the oldest and most common methods is waxing. Warm, fluid wax is spread with a spatula onto the skin in a... More »
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