With its origins in the Middle East and Far Eastern Asia, threading is a facial hair removal practice which dates back thousands of years. The simplicity and effectiveness of this treatment has seen its spread across the world, and despite its ancient origins, threading remains relatively unchanged in its modern day applications.
Threading offers a number of distinct advantages over other methods of facial hair removal, and these benefits have made the treatment extremely popular both here in the UK and across the world. Not only does threading allow for the effective removal of multiple hairs, saving you time and discomfort, but it also removes these hairs from their roots, resulting in a much longer lasting treatment. Alternative methods of facial hair removal like tweezing can be very time consuming, facial waxing can be painful and will often irritate the sensitive skin of your face, and facial hair removing creams will not target hair on the follicular level. Compared to these options threading is by far the most convenient and useful method of facial hair removal, and this is why the technique is extremely popular.
After your treatment you should leave your skin untouched for at least 24 hours, and this also means you should not clean the treated area, particularly with any soaps or chemical agents. The treated area can often feature redness and some sensitivity, but these will resolve quickly.
- Full face
- Eyebrow threading tidy up
- Eyebrow threading re-shape
- Side of face