Depilatory Cream for Face Mens
As professional beauty experts, aestheticians should be fully embracing the many means of hair removal. First and foremost, the practice is universal. Men, women and teenagers in all income demographics are practicing hair removal methods. Advertising and practicing these lucrative services is the best way to bring clientele into your business. Second, skin care professionals do not skimp on their products. Your clients are looking for results – fast. Innovative ingredients, exfoliating acids and regenerating retinols give the skin a healthy appearance and prevent many signs of aging. These ingredients used in tandem with monthly facial appointments can also make the skin more susceptible to damage from waxing, depilatory creams and lasers. An aesthetician's best practice for hair removal is to know the trends and how to use them (even if you do not offer them as services).
Cutting the Hair:Shaving and Depilatory Creams
Inexpensive and easy to use in the privacy of your own home, shaving and depilatory creams are the most used forms of hair removal by men and women that remove the hair at the skin surface without pulling the root of the hair.
Shaving is probably the most versatile, easy and inexpensive way to remove hair. The initial razor may cost $4 to $10 with blade refill packs costing up to $21. For the best shave, a razor should only be used a few times, then discarded. Always shave with a lubricant (shaving cream, conditioner, soap) on the skin and a sharp razor to help prevent irritation.
Depilatory creams are formulated to dissolve the protein shaft of the hair, essentially breaking it off. As the product works to break the, the chemicals are dually having an action on the skin surface. Coarse on the lip or chin require more time to process, therefore, the depilatory product needs to remain on the skin for a longer period, making chemical burns and sunburn sensitivity an increased . Fitzpatrick IV and V skin classifications, and Indian and Asian skins may have an increased of developing from the chemicals. Depilatory creams are more beneficial for fine hair of the body, like the legs and arms.
Shaving the face requires special care for a man and is sometimes the best means of hair removal for a woman. Pseudofolliculitis Barbabae (PFB) is common for most men and generally the most severe in African American men. The coarser and curlier the hair, the more prone it is to PFB (this also pertains to the bikini area). The trapped inward curling hair combined with an introduction of facial oils and into the can cause an inflamed ingrown hair. Without proper prevention, and extraction, the can cause scarring or further infection of the area. Men who are prone to this condition should exfoliate regularly, shave with a single blade in the direction of the hair growth, or trim. Women experiencing hormonal changes can grow dark on the lip or chin with, or without, an increase in the thickness and length of hair. The lip, chin and brow are the best areas for waxing. Save the skin of the face by in the treatment room to remove hair. The hair will not grow back thicker and clientele will appreciate the smooth look. Women who suffer from should never wax, but shave instead. The heat and trauma from hot wax can induce pigmentation and worsen the condition. Facial hair removal is not always simple, but shaving is an excellent option for most skin types.