Epicare: Threading to Remove Facial Hair.

The men who I know and love who read this blog because they think I'm groovy, please stop reading here. Women, an ancient beauty technique has been revamped to solve one of our peskiest problems. Please read on.The technical term for peach fuzz is Vellus hair. When I was 22 this epidermal weed, yet another blessed right of passage into womanhood, sprouted seemingly all over my face. Although I'm sure it grew gradually, I happened to be obsessed with my dirt-ball half boyfriend and hadn't really noticed. On the morning that it finally did get my attention in the mirror my mind hurtled my body into a panic attack. Why did no one tell me? Do I have a disease? Aren't babies and anorexics the only people who have peach fuzz? Do I have cancer? Am I dying? Seriously what is the deal?!?!
In the years since my spa waiting room companions gracefully revealed that this vellus facial hair is as commonplace as dandelions on a summer lawn. Gradually I also noticed that most spa menus offered all kinds of facial waxing. After the initial shock I accepted this new peach fuzz - save one valiant attempt at waxing, which was more painful and pimple producing than seemed worthwhile. The waxing did however permanently eliminate a good portion of the fuzz. The rest I just decided to accept if only because there was no worthwhile remedy. Times have changed.
There is now an efficient, inexpensive, low impact solution to facial peach fuzz. At only $17.00 The Epicare Facial Hair Removal Device is now a key element in the care package every 17 year old woman should be given. The Epicare arrived in the mail yesterday and I promptly removed all the peach fuzz from my checks.

Today I worked on my neck. Within only four minutes I have the skin of a seventeen year old. So smooth and hair free. This is a minor beauty miracle for me and hope those of you with unwanted peach fuzz find it just as pleasing. The Epicare uses the same principles of threading to easily and quickly remove hair at the root. It is not as painful as waxing but there is slight discomfort - enough to know that the entire hair is being pulled out. Purchase yours here.

9 comments:

Tanya said...

Interesting! I've been threading for years and never thought to consider that someone would create something like this. I'm going to try it based on your convincing recommendation (great blog, by the way - I landed here while searching for info on the Anastasia brow salon at Tysons Corner!).

Laurie said...

Tanya! Thanks so much. They were also really helpful with all of my application questions and let me play with the Anastasia pallet a little bit! Did you get your brows done there yet?

Tanya said...

Hi Laurie! I went there today actually to schedule my appointment. I haven't done my brows in a while and they've reverted to their usual state of fullness, so I'm hoping the Anastasia magicians can work their magic :) I'm really looking forward to it now!

Laurie said...

Tanya! That's so great. I bet you will feel like a whole new woman afterwards. :) let me know how it goes and i'd love to see before and after pictures.
L

Cathleen said...

My coworker asked me today if they ever replaced the Anastasia eyebrow guru at the Southpoint Nordstrom's? (I check this at work all the time so she gets to hear all the latest!) Also, do you know of any eyebrow threaders locally in NC?

Laurie said...

ugh! I just talked to the manager at Nordie's here in NC and still "they have no candidates" for the anastasia brow studio.

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