Silk׳n SensEpil Hair Removal
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In some places in the United States, it’s always bikini season; hot sun, wonderful waves and inviting beaches just waiting to be visited. However, some women prefer to wear their slinky bikinis when they’ve already removed some of the hair in their bikini areas.
The bikini area generally is the “crotch area”; but since some hair removal products are not to be used near the genitals themselves, it’s safe to say that the crotch area is region directly on top of the pubic bone.
Say Hello to Waxing
Yes, waxing can be used to remove unwanted hair in the bikini area. For men and women who’ve tried waxing their arms or legs first, this idea might sound horrific. Just imagine the strip of wax pulling all those hairs away in one quick movement. Nevertheless, this practice is still considered okay since many women tend to get used to the process.
When we refer to bikini waxing, it appears that the definition of what the “bikini area” was already widened to include everything that a bikini actually covers. So if you have hairs near the bust area, that’s part of the bikini area, too. Waxing is often used on the legs, though you’re free to try it (if you have the courage) near the genital area.
Types of Bikini Waxes
Changes in cultural values and fashion sense have given birth to different waxing variants. For example, wearing a microkini would require very limited hair or no hair at all in the genital area. A French “landing strip” would limit the hair to a small vertical strip that emanates from the genitalia.
Painless and Efficient Choice
A more efficient way of removing those unsightly hairs just in time for the bikini season is using the Revitol Hair Removal Cream. The simple cream preparation works by painlessly removing all the hairs on the spot. The product washes off with lukewarm water.
Alternatively, you can try Silk'n SensEpil. The Silk'n family of products are clinically
proven, FDA cleared and physician recommended devices that use light energy for safe
and easy hair removal at home. The Silk'n family now introduces SensEpil (pronounced