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Definition of «Epilation»


Epilation: Removal of body hair, including the hair root, by means of electrical device, tweezer, or wax. Epilation may be performed by a dermatologist, but is more commonly done for cosmetic purposes by a facial technologist or esthetician. After epilation the skin may be particularly sensitive. Also called depilation.

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  • Epilation - The Skin Site: Skin Rejuvenation - Cellex-C ...

    Epilation is the process of removing unwanted hairs. There are two methods for removing hair: electrolysis and thermolysis. Both methods work well and differ mainly in ...

  • epilation: Definition from Answers.com

    Library > Science > Sci-Tech Dictionary ( ′ep·ə′lā·shən ) ( medicine ) Removal of the hair by the roots by the use of forceps, chemical means, or ...

  • Epilation. DermNet NZ

    Epilation. Authoritative facts about the skin from the New Zealand Dermatological Society.

  • Epilation - definition of Epilation in the Medical dictionary ...

    epilation /ep·i·la·tion/ (-la´shun) depilation. ep·i·la·tion (p-l sh n) n. The act or result of removing hair, as by mechanical or chemical means.

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