Waxing provides semi-permanent hair removal. Typically new hair will not grow back in the waxed area for approximately two to eight weeks. Waxing is an effective method to remove large amounts of hair at one time. It is long-lasting versus other hair removal methods like shaving or depilatories because the hair is removed at the root rather than the surface. Further, after repeated waxing, hair regrowth is generally softer.
Epiladerm is an enzyme applied immediately after the waxing procedure to stunt the hair growth. It is very effective and highly recommended for those who are not getting results with laser hair removal.
|Treatment Problem or Condition||Unwanted Hair|
|Skin Type||Body Areas|