Position your epilator onto the surface of the skin at a 75˚ angle, and slowly move it against the direction of hair growth to remove the hairs. Epilation is much more comfortable when the skin is taut, so stretch the skin you’re working on to tighten it.
How do you epilate for the first time?
Hold at a 90 degree angle to your legs. You can also pull your skin tightly with your other hand so it’s easy for the device to glide over. Don’t press down too hard, simply touch the epilator lightly on your skin.
Do epilators hurt on pubic hair?
And while it’s completely safe to use an epilator on your bikini line, it will likely hurt more as the skin is more sensitive down there. The good news is that it gets less painful each time you epilate because hairs get thinner as it grows back and you get used to the feeling.
Can you Epilate your vag?
Although this area is typically more sensitive than other body parts, epilators can safely and effectively remove shorter pubic hair from the bikini area. Hairs longer than about 3 mm should be trimmed or removed in another way first before epilating when the hairs start to grow back.
Does epilating get rid of Strawberry legs?
While an epilator might be uncomfortable or even painful (like waxing), anecdotal evidence suggests that this form of hair removal can prevent strawberry legs from occurring. Skipping shaving cream may also be causing your symptoms, so be sure to carefully moisturize the area before it comes in contact with a razor.
Should I moisturise after epilating?
The golden rule is moisturise AFTER epilating not before. Apply a nourishing body lotion for the best, skin smoothing results and get set to wake up the following morning with super-soft, silky skin.
Why do I get pimples after epilating?
The pimples are caused when bacteria enter the empty hair follicle and cause an infection. After epilation, stay away from infection-causing activities like swimming, steaming in the sauna or even excessive sweating.
Do epilators cause ingrown hairs?
Every type of epilation comes with a risk of developing ingrown hairs. These can become infected and painful, creating an even bigger problem than the unwanted hair. You can prevent ingrown hairs after epilation by prepping your skin, using proper techniques, and caring for your skin after the treatment.