So you have recently begun a permanent hair removal treatment and you wonder whether it is wise to carry on through the summer months? Never fear! Out of all the long-term hair removal solutions, electrolysis is far and away the one best suited for long sunny days. Indeed, summer and electrolysis get on very well… as long as certain basic rules are kept in mind.
So you have decided to go ahead and turn to electrolysis to get rid of unwanted hairs once and for all. Great! But before you go ahead with your definitive hair removal adventure, we bet you will appreciate the following 6 essential tips to help you get more out of this unique treatment. You are welcome!
Aloe vera is renowned for its many virtues – hydrating, anti-inflammatory, healing, and many more besides. Applied directly on burns, sunburns or scratches, the gel that we extract from its leaves provides a feeling of instant freshness. No wonder it has remained so popular up and down the centuries! Given that its general usefulness is beyond doubt, we would like to explore how this marvelous plant can help in specific beauty scenarios, such as in post-aesthetic or hair removal treatment as well as in anti-aging protocols.
Manufacturers have developed over the years electrolysis devices that use various radiofrequencies to generate the heat necessary for permanent hair removal. Over the last 10 years or so, the 27.12 MHz radiofrequency has established itself as the gold standard. But why exactly?
Electroepilation, microaesthetics, permanent makeup or even thermocoagulation all demand an extreme level of precision as well as uncompromising technique. As a professional in these very competitive fields, you deserve effective tools that allow you to do your best work, day in and day out. That is what we aimed for with the newest generation Opti-vizion system – to take your craft to the next level and provide even better results for your clients.
The difficult constraints imposed on us by the fight against the present pandemic are taking a heavy toll on our industry. You may certainly be feeling frustrated or demoralized to be forced to keep your business closed after the Holiday break. Never has it been this hard to stay connected to your passion, as well as to stay afloat mentally and financially, with the ever-increasing burden this situation is unleashing upon all of us. But all is not lost, and far from it. Indeed, thanks to our experience from last year, we now know better how to navigate these challenging circumstances. Let us then present you a few simple and accessible ways for you to cope with the current challenges.
Omnipresent group buying deals, frequent promotional campaigns and aggressive advertising all show to what extent the demand for intense pulsed light (IPL) is increasing. In fact, both the versatility and high performance speed of this technology give it a huge competitive edge over much more expensive LASER technology. Continue Reading…
There are myriad ways to get rid of superfluous hair. Some are more convenient, others less so, but provide lasting results. Some require an investment both in time and in money, whereas others are more affordable, yet require periodic upkeep! There is no such thing as a hair removal “silver bullet”, but that does not mean that certain solutions are not more promising than others!
This is why we would like to present in synthetic fashion the advantages and drawbacks tied to three of the most popular hair removal solutions: waxing, photoepilation and electropilation.
Once teenage years have come and gone, you would be forgiven for thinking that acne was also a thing of the past. But here it comes again, uninvited, right into adulthood: that is why we speak of adult acne. More than 25% of people with acne are older than 25! This serendipitous parallel does hide a significant discrepancy among the sexes, however.
Changing seasons, frequent washing, wind, sun, chlorine, etc. Many factors are damaging our hands. We have a skin care routine for our face, but too often we forget our hands… and they can betray our age! Just like the skin of the face, the skin of the hands needs a little more attention, because it contains fewer sebaceous glands and therefore a more fragile protective film. Here is a ritual in 7 steps to take good care of your hands.