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WHAT IS
STREPTOKILL?

100% natural antiseptic which primarily uses the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These, supported by other natural extracts, are specially concentrated to achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects; personal customers' reviews can be found on TONSILS.EU and ANGINA.EU.

Depilation

Authentic experiences of patients who have used Streptokill for disinfection→ (Unedited, left as they were sent to us by customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia)

 

Application of Streptokill after hair removal

Apply Streptokill onto depilated areas with the oral applicator; then spread it with clean hands. If the area in question lies near the eyes, it is better to spray some Streptokill into a glass first and then apply it with a tampon. If any Streptokill does come into contact with your eyes, immediately wash them out with water. The frequency of application is not restricted in any way, but a single application after hair removal is generally sufficient.

 

Depilation and Epilation

Human beings have taken an interest in removing facial and body hair since ancient times. Depilation is removing unwanted hairs, though only their visible manifestation. Epilation is hair removal that includes both the visible part and its root. There is a variety of reasons why people remove their hair, whether they be aesthetic, hygienic, religious or medical.

Examples of depilation:

There are several techniques for removing hair:

- shaving is the most common and most widely-spread method

- chemically (using depilation creams, powders or gels which break down the hair)

- friction

Examples of epilation:

- plucking (with tweezers of other tools)

- waxing

- laser epilation

- chemical epilation

- needle epilation

- photo epilation

Possible side effects:

Sometimes, unwanted side effects occur during hair removal, for example minor scars, bumps, inflamed hair follicles, skin inflammation, blisters, ingrown hairs, minor burns, etc.

Taking care of side effects:

It is often enough to give the skin some time and let it heal itself, but there are also ways by which we can quicken the healing process. We can ice the affected area, or use a soothing product similar to those we use after sunbathing, such as creams and lotions that contain aloe vera extracts and other calming ingredients.

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