Evolution of the hair removal in the last century

History has shown that the removal of unwanted hair is not something that came suddenly in the game there are a hundred years in our society.In fact, the first evidence of devices used to remove hair back as far as 30,000 BC! This means that it is actually made from the stone age with a hard mineral called Flint had sharp edges and served as a razor blade. We certainly have a long way since then. 
Hair removal has made its way up several times on the scale of popularity through history. In 1915, an edition of the magazine Bazaar presented a model that seemed to have bare arms and underarms. Immediately this provoked a reaction of society and has even caused a move by the company razor "Wilkinson Sword", whose purpose was to convince women that underarm and pubic hair was no toilet or female. Only two years after this move, sales of razors almost doubled and the bare armpits become the new standard for women in North America. 
Although one of the oldest and most common forms of hair removal is shaving, many new techniques made their ways into our markets that allows us to have a nice smooth skin without ingrown hairs or ridiculously long showers. Waxing, threading and waxing are other effective and popular economic methods that have been popular for centuries, although its chemical composition was different then. 
Waxing is known to date back to ancient Egypt, where women used to remove hair with sticky substances and mixtures as oil and honey. As a matter of fact, waxing bikini was invented in the 1960s and was rediscovered in 1994 when he appeared for a living international beauty in Manhattan and has since been one of the most sought-market methods. However, all these procedures are very painful and only mild bare results for up to two to three weeks depending on hair growth of the individual. 
This is because all these methods have some kind of discount that scientists and doctors have created safer, more durable and less painful methods to remove unwanted hair from certain areas of the body. These methods include electrolysis and laser hair removal, which strictly performed by professionals worldwide. Laser hair removal has shown such incredible results is now the third most popular method worldwide, creating a huge unexpected demand for technical and professional waxing.

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