Saturday, September 18, 2010

Hair Removal | Epilator

An epilator is an electrical device used to remove hair by mechanically grasping multiple hairs simultaneously and pulling them out. The way in which epilators pull out hair is similar to waxing, although unlike waxing, they do not remove cells from the epithelium of the epidermis. Aside from the spring in early spring-type epilators, there are no parts in epilators that require
regular replacement. Epilators come in corded, rechargeable and battery operated designs.
Epilation can be painful to some people because, as with waxing, it involves pulling hair out of the roots. Because of the pain involved being particularly bad on the first epilation of an area, some people prefer to have the area professionally waxed first, then use epilation to remove regrowth.


  1. It was a nice device. But I was embarrassed that this device is similar to waxing even you also stated the difference of this device in waxing. I want a pure laser hair removal sydney.

  2. It is an inexpensive method for removing unwanted hair