Threading (epilation) is an ancient method of hair removal that originated in Central Asia or India about 6,000 years ago. Recently the threading technique has become popular in the United States and other Western countries. The primary application of threading involves removing and shaping the eyebrows. Threading uses either a cotton or polyester thread to remove unwanted facial hair with less pain and more precision than waxing or tweezing. And it provides exceptionally beautiful results.
Threading does not:
- promote wrinkles
- promote in-grown hairs
- burn or irritate the skin
- cause nicks or cuts to the skin