Depilation

 

Bioepilation is a temporary (3-6 weeks) hair removal with wax or pitch. One must differ the concept of "depilation" - removal of the external, visible part of hair, and epilation- violating the integrity of the hair bulb.

 

Indeed bioepilation is a kind of depilation, as it provides only a temporary effect. However, in case of regular bioepilations hair growth slows down, one part of the injured hair follicles die, and so the interval between bioepilations gradually increases. In this case, the hair becomes finer, softer and lighter.


Electro
epilation is the most studied and proven method of hair removal, moreover, the only one for which there are no restrictions on color of skin and hair.

 

  


Electro
epilation
is very efficient. Usually there are used different combinations of modes of thermal decomposition and electrolysis depending on the hair type. For the complete disposal of unwanted hair it is necessary to attend from 5 to 10 procedures.

 

Photoepilation a relatively new method of hair removal. It is based on the principle of absorption of light energy by melanin of hair. Light penetrates into the hair follicle and is being absorbed mainly by follicle melanocytes. The absorption of light energy is accompanied by a local temperature rise in the follicle. This leads to the destruction of embryonic cells and the structure of the hair follicle. Hair growth permanently stops.

 

Photoepilation impacts on the hair follicles with intense light pulse (like flash).

  •   Full security procedures.
  •   High efficiency and speed of epilation.
  •   The low percentage of germination of hair after the first session.
  •   Painless.
  •   Inability to infection.
  •   Work with any phototype of the skin, removal all hair types.