Epila Laser Hair Removal

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As summer approaches and we expose more skin, we are more concerned about removing excess hair. Shaving, waxing, and using depilatory creams can be time consuming. Using a permanent hair removal technique is an appealing alternative. You can purchase an Epila laser hair remover for this purpose.

What Is An Epila and How Does It Work?

An Epila laser hair remover is a small rectangular device that looks similar to an electric shaver. It emits a laser beam which enters your skin and disables hair follicles; as a result hairs fall out and don't grow back for a long time.

To use the Epila on a single leg, you might take up to one hour. After 2 to 3 monthly sessions you will discover that hair growth is reduced by 90%. This reduction will last for a year and perhaps even longer.

Is an Epila Always Suitable?

Using a personal device at home works for both men and women on most parts of the body such as the face, neck, underarms, bikini lines, legs, back, chest and abdomen. For safety reasons using the laser near your eyes is not recommended.

The diode laser technology works best on dark hair and light skin. The pigment in dark hair absorbs the light, while blonde, grey, white, and red hair does not absorb it very well. Using a laser on skin that is darker than light brown is not advisable; as pigment in dark skin can absorb the light and as a result, can burn.

There are Several Benefits from Using an Epila

Besides long-term hair reduction, this home laser hair removal technique has the following key benefits:

  • The convenience of home - Removing hair at home is more convenient than going to a medical clinic for laser treatments.
  • Reasonable cost - Epila laser hair removal at home involves an initial $179 investment plus the cost of a protective gel which you apply before each session. This expense is quite low when you consider that you can pay over $1,000 for a couple of clinic treatments.
  • Safety - Epila laser hair removal is safe; the appliance has been CE certified and put through clinical trials. After using an Epila you may experience some redness and swelling, but this goes away in a few days.
  • Pain-free results - The treatment itself involves very little discomfort; some people report brief sensations comparable to having elastic flicked against the skin.

To purchase an Epila or to find out more details, visit the official website of the manufacturer. If you are uncertain about whether this is the right option for you, you can order the device knowing that you can return it in 60 days and get your money back.

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Louise Bently is the author of the Home Laser Hair Removal Guide, an essential resource if you are considering personal laser hair removal at home. Discover more in depth about epila laser hair removal benefits and features.

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This article was published on 2010/04/02