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Threading was used in Egypt in the time of Cleopatra and is a popular hair removal technique in India, the Middle East and Asia. This technique is becoming more and more popular, as it is a safe, non-toxic, and a fantastic hair removal method for facial hair and eyebrows.
What Is Threading Hair Removal?
Threading is a proven age-old form of facial hair removal practiced in India, Asia and the Middle East. The procedure uses a 100% cotton thread which is coiled and then glides along the skin surface of unwanted hair, lifting hair directly from the follicle. As the facial hair is removed, only a slight pinch is felt.
Great For all kinds of Sensitive Skin
Threading Hair Removal is fantastic for those who have reactive skin, allergies, dry skin, rosacea, or are on medication such as Retine A or Acutane. As the treatment uses no chemicals whatsoever, you will save your skin from irritation. Threading helps with circulation on the areas of the face that are threaded by way of mild exfoliation; this improves the skin's texture, keeping the skin firmer and preserving its elasticity. After a Threading Hair Removal Treatment your skin will feel soft and smooth.
Threading is a preferred hair removal technique for a number of reasons. Eyebrow threading removes one clean line of hair all at once, making it much quicker and easier to shape the brows. Eyebrow threading also will not harm the skin like wax and some depilatory creams can. If done correctly, the skin should not be red or irritated for more than a few minutes after your eyebrow threading session.
Great For Eyebrows
The cotton thread precicely shapes the eyebrows, giving a clean, defined look. It is faster then tweezing, and doesn't irritate the skin or leave the eyebrows red as cotton slides over the skin pulling out each hair yet not pulling on the skin.
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