Tuesday, January 22, 2013

The Latest In Hair Removal: Pearl Hair Remover

For women, it is probably one of the most annoying things we have to keep up with. Whether it's shaving, waxing, or using depilatories, removing unwanted hair from the body is not only a chore, but it can be painful! Let's face it, there is a demand for easy, safe, and painless hair removal! But which method works the best? Let's take a look at some of the most popular ways:

Shaving is the removal of hair by using a razor or any other kind of blade implement. When shaving you are slicing hair down to the level of the skin.

Pros: Quick, easy & convenient

Cons: Nicks, cuts, razor bumps, need to replace blades often

Waxing is a method of hair removal that directly removes hair from the root.

Pros: Waxing removes hair directly from the root, so hair typically doesn't grow back for six to eight weeks. Of course, there are some individuals who report hair emerging within a few weeks.

Cons: OUCH! Experts agree that waxing can be uncomfortable. One of the ways you can eliminate pain before procedure is to take Ibuprofen.


Depilatories are made with chemical agents that break down keratin; a protein that makes up hair.

Pros: Great for those who hate to shave or wax. Depilatories can be used on underarms, legs, and bikini lines.

Cons: Certain chemical ingredients can cause allergic reactions. Many depilatories have strong odors.

Laser Hair Removal:

According to WebMD, "Laser hair removal is a technique that uses beams of highly concentrated light to penetrate hair follicles. The light is absorbed by pigment in the follicles and destroys the hair within them." In the US today, Laser Hair Removal is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures.

Pros: Can remove unwanted hair from the face, legs, arms, underarms, and bikini lines. Laser hair removal is also very precise and can be performed rather quickly. "Each pulse of the laser takes a fraction of a second and can treat many hairs at the same time." Those who have had the procedure report permanent hair loss after 3-5 sessions.

Cons: Laser Hair Removal can be expensive and painful. WebMD reports that "for a day or two afterword, the treated area of your skin will look and feel like it's sunburned". Other potential side effects include "swelling, redness, and scarring."

Wikipedia describes an epilator as "an electrical device used to remove hair by mechanically grasping multiple hairs simultaneously and pulling them out."

Pros: Dermatologist, Debra Jaliman, author of "Trade Secrets From a Top New York Dermatologist", says that "Epilators work like a pair of tweezers. You are pulling the entire root, so it lasts as long as waxing.

Cons: It can be painful and time consuming.

Recently, companies have been developing ways to remove hair by using heat such as the Pearl Hair Remover from Viatek Consumer Products Group. The Pearl Hair Remover answers the demand for easy, safe, and painless hair removal at home. By utilizing a patent-pending heat transfer method to remove unwanted hair from the body, the Pearl Hair Remover truly eliminates the need for harsh chemicals, sticky messes, and expensive office visits. Professional quality results can be achieved on all hair types and skin color in the comfort of the home at a fraction of the price.

The Pearl Hair Remover can be used on face, legs, bikini line, and more. Specialized attachments like the Maxi Glide, perfect for arms and legs, and the Micro Glide, great for sensitive areas, give it a clear advantage over "one size fits all" treatment methods. What's more, a lightweight portable design and rechargeable battery makes it ideal for travel.

As the Pearl Glides across the skin, thermotransmitters radiate heat down into the hair follicle, removing the hair. Continuous slowing of hair growth promotes longer lasting results and does not irritate the skin. Unlike waxing that tears off the first layer of the epidermis, the Pearl gently glides across skin and removes hair painlessly and effortlessly. The Pearl also removes hair in half the time by functioning in two directions instead of one.


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