Hot wax depilation
Hot wax depilation is the most common type of depilation. In this way, the shortest and thinnest hairs are removed very successfully. The wax is heated to about 60 to 70 degrees and applied to the skin in the direction of hair growth, and then cooled, it is removed from the skin with quick strokes. In this way, the hairs are perfectly removed because the wax pulls them out of the roots. Hot wax depilation is an ideal solution for lasting results that successfully eliminate the problem of ingrown small subcutaneous hairs. The heat of the wax allows the dermis to relax and enter the follicles, and the hairs are pulled out of the roots without tearing. The warm wax opens the pore and pulls the hair from the roots, it has an antiseptic effect and has no side effects.