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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 17:44

Getting The Most Out of Hair Removal

Both men and women seek hair removal services, whether for the face, under the arms, on the legs, or elsewhere on the body. While some patients may initially simply request stand-alone hair removal procedures, as skin health professionals we must address more than just removing unwanted hair, as many hair removal procedures have the potential to harm surrounding skin.

Published in Client Care
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 16:30

A Comprehensive Guide to Hair Removal Methods

Wintertime should be the peak of the hair removal season. Cold weather keeps the skin covered, so growing out unsightly underarm, leg and bikini-line hair for the best hair removal results is not so challenging. But as most women come out of hibernation from hair removal and begin to embrace the warm sun and longer days, they suddenly seem to realize that the furry body they grew into during the winter is not the growing trend. Hair removal has become so mainstream that women are now requesting forehead and neck clean-ups so their wispy little hairs do not interfere with a perfect sleek ponytail.

Published in Client Care
Monday, 07 March 2011 21:23

The Art of Waxing

The Art of Waxing

Removing hair from the body is certainly not a new concept. Ancient Egyptians were practicing the art of hair removal long before beach babes discovered the bikini wax. To the ancient Egyptians, a smooth and hairless body was the standard of beauty, evoking an image of youth and innocence for Egyptian women. A Pharaoh’s wife was to portray this image and therefore, every Egyptian woman followed. Another great culture that adopted the art of waxing was the ancient Greeks and later, the Romans. In the Greek and Roman cultures, pubic hair was considered ugly and was removed on upper class women and young girls that reached puberty.

Published in Client Care
Thursday, 24 February 2011 21:15

The Finishing Touch

Men's hair removal

Whether it is for social or sexual reasons, today’s man keeps up with his grooming regime more than ever, and we women are very appreciative of the results! Hair removal plays a predominant role in this factor.

Between sugaring, shaving, laser, waxing, tweezing, trimming, and electrolysis; men of all ages, sizes, sexual orientations, ethnic backgrounds, and professions are getting rid of excess and unwanted body hair. Male grooming is much more than just backs, chest and manscaping. What we see most is the face. The face is where it is at – the eyes, the mouth, and yes even the lobes!

Male grooming goes way beyond a stylish cut. It is about tidying up loose ends by taking care of that uni-brow, the nose stragglers, monkey ears, cheek strays, shaggy necklines, and a runaway moustache. It is really about a finished package.

Published in Client Care
Thursday, 24 February 2011 21:11

Sugaring for Eczema and Psoriasis

Sugaring for eczema

Professional body sugaring continues to demonstrate how multi-beneficial it really is when the correct education is provided for technique and theory. And you should have an opportunity to learn even more once you are certified so that you fully comprehend the variety of treatments applications your salon/spa can offer with it… from hair removal treatment options to “skin conditioning treatments” which you guessed it – includes eczema and psoriasis.

Published in Client Care
Thursday, 24 February 2011 20:57

Just a Thread

Threading image

What is amazing to me is not that threading has recently become so popular, but that it has taken so long to catch the attention of men and women in the U.S. Threading has been around for centuries, mostly in the near and far east Asia. An acquired skill, it was passed on from one generation to the next in countries such as India, Turkey, Egypt, and China. The process itself is simple, yet like all skilled techniques, one has to pay attention to the details to become more proficient. The best part of threading from the side of the practitioner is that it requires no investment in equipment. The thread and the skill to perform are all that is needed.

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