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Noun1.epilation - loss of hair; the result of removing hair
loss - gradual decline in amount or activity; "weight loss"; "a serious loss of business"
psilosis - falling out of hair
2.epilation - the act of removing hair (as from an animal skin)
cleaning, cleansing, cleanup - the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
shave, shaving - the act of removing hair with a razor
electrolysis - removing superfluous or unwanted hair by passing an electric current through the hair root
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n. epilación, depilación por medio de electrólisis.
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[1] This study was planned to utilize Instron to determine the epilation force (EF) required to pluck the hair.
No additional information on use of traditional eye medicine or epilation was obtained.
But even though the male epilation trend is growing and helping to the push the booming men's grooming category, women continue to dominate the hair removal market.
Before experimental procedure got underway, the epilation and antisepsis procedures were performed on the areas where the bipolar surface electrodes were about to be placed.
Los Angeles, CA, April 06, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Depilage LLC produced epilation mask, appropriate for use even on the most tender places.
Radiation acute side effects involved only mild epilation and cutaneous erythema in the irradiated field, and use of an e-collar or anti-inflammatory topical treatment was not needed (Figure 2).
4EPILATION IF YOU can't face the thought of DIY waxing, epilation offers a gentler alternative as each hair is plucked out individually using a handheld device.
| Try it at home with: Veet stripless wax PS15, Tesco Nair Japanese cherry blossom body wax strips PS6.99 for box of 20 EPILATION devices feature a rotating head that catches and plucks hairs out one by one.
EPILATION GP and skin expert Dr Anita Sturnham said: "People with more sensitive skin may prefer to epilate as there are a number of ways to ease the initial pain some may experience.