Electric Threading is the traditional art of eyebrow threading made easy to perfect as a home hair removaltreatment. Threading can be used on the face, including the upper lip, chin, sideburns, cheeks and eyebrows. Previously, threading could only be done by people with experience who had spent years honing their skills. Even in Asia whereeyebrow threading originated, these masters have become increasingly scarce. Now the Electric Threading machine takes care of the technique for you.
With the combined motion of the rotating spring and retaining threading arms, hairs are entwined within the advancing twisted cotton and lifted out from the follicle. The process is completely natural and kind to all skin types, whether normal, sensitive, tanned or pale. It is inexpensive, safe, simple, fast and effective. Uniquely, it is possible to remove the finest of hairs (facial fluff) with this home threading kit, which waxing and tweezers can fail to remove effectively.
- Removes hair from the root
- Removes very fine hair
- Quick and easy to do
- Eyebrow Threading
- Facial Hair Threading
How to Use:
Before you begin wash the area to be treated with warm water and mild soap, this will remove any excess oil in the skin. Then lightly dust fixing powder over the area to help the cotton grip the hairs.
Step 1: Connect the mains adapter into the power socket at the base of the unit and plug into your main power supply.
Step 2: Push the ON/OFF switch upwards to turn the unit on. The light will illuminate at the tip of the main unit and the treading arms will start to move in a pincer type motion.
Step 3: Place the cotton lightly on the skin, at the base of the hairs you wish to remove. Best results are achieved when moving against the direction of hair growth. Note: On uneven areas, use your freehand to stretch the skin.
Step 4: As the twisted cotton moves up and down, hairs are entwined and lifted out. You will feel a pinch as the hair is being pulled out from the roots. With regular use this sensation will lessen. Note: Some redness may appear, but will disappear after several hours. To reduce redness, cold water can be applied to soothe the skin. Avoid using any creams or lotions in the affected area for a few hours to reduce the likelihood of irritation and minor pimples.
Step 5: After use, turn off and store away from children. Note: We recommend replacing the cotton each time your unit is used.
We suggest practicing on your forearm until you are confident with the process before you use it on your face.
- Suitable for the face and body – do not use on eyelashes
- Do not use on eyelashes.
- Do not use on areas of damaged or diseased skin, inflamed acne, or where capillary vessels can be seen. Do not use on broken skin, rosacea, eczema, over moles or growths, or any other skin ailment. It is recommended that you consult a doctor if you are unsure. Discontinue use in the event of irritation.
- Do not use on scars or varicose veins. If using Retin-A or products containing Retinol, Glycolic or Salicylic Acids, discontinue use of these for 1 week prior to and 2 days after using your hair threader.
- Electric Threading Hair Remover
- Fixing powder