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How to epilate

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Epilating is a fast way of removing body hair, at first it may hurt, but with time the pain eases and it becomes second nature. This article will teach you how to epilate by reducing the pain by getting the hairs ready.
What you'll need: 
Warm bath
Aloe vera
Take a warm bath for 10-15 minutes. This will soften the hairs and open your pores making it easier to epilate.
Dry the area which you want to epilate.
Hold the skin taut.
Lightly run the epilator over the skin making sure not to press down.
Longer strokes will enable you to get more hairs at once, however if it is your first time start in small strokes.
Apply aloe vera to reduce any redness and soothe the skin.
Epilating does not have to be difficult - it can be done easily and saves you money as you only have to invest in once product.


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