Threading is an ancient technique of hair removal, believed to originate in India or in Middle East. The history of this technique is hard to trace; many people have also found its origin in China. Threading method is widespread, and is now gaining its popularity is the Western countries. It is the most precise form of hair removal, which is common in both women and men.
Without using and applying any chemicals to the skin, a simple cotton thread is used to remove unwanted hair. A thread is twisted in a loop few times, and rolled over the surface of the skin, resulting in the removal of hair at the follicle level. Since there is no chemical involved, most dermatologists recommend threading for Retin-A and Accutane users; it is also beneficial for people with sensitive skin. The procedure for threading eyebrows takes approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
Unlike tweezing, that removes one hair at a time, threading removes an entire row of hairs in one pull. On the other hand, waxing is more likely to burn, peel, and irritate the skin. It also increases the probability of developing premature wrinkles, especially around the eye area, with its tug, pull, and stretch. Therefore, threading is a safe, effective, chemical free and natural way of removing hair.
Full Face Threading/Waxing: From Forehead to the Jaw line; it Includes Eyebrows, Forehead, Cheeks, Upper Lip, Lower Lip;