Redness, spots, swelling, irritation, increases sensitivity*
How painful is it?
The discomfort has been compared to tweezing, but threading removes hair quickly, so it’s over sooner than tweezing. The amount of pain has a lot to do with where the location of hair is being removed and personal tolerance. Use a warm compress to relax the hair follicle for an easier exit, and apply a numbing spray or cream prior to service if you’re sensitive to any discomfort.
How long do results last?
This is dependent on the body part being threaded and individuals. On average results can last up to 6 weeks and studies suggest regular threading can lead to an overall reduction in hair growth.
How often should I get threading done?
Threading is a treatment that is done on a regular basis. However, it is completely dependant on the individual when they require the next treatment. Unlike laser that is usually scheduled to be performed within a set time scale.