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A shift in societal norms, partly due to hygiene and skin health considerations, have largely removed preexisting taboos against male epilation.  Whilst traditionally most men simply shaved their beards, nowadays it’s common for men to shave other body parts with a large segment moving to laser treatment and waxing to ensure better and longer lasting results.  FRÉNÉSIES Men is a perfect compliment to any epilation procedure and would lead to a more efficient solution (both in terms of time and cost) towards getting rid of unwanted hair permanently. With this is mind, below we set out a few tips to achieve...

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female body hair, female facial hair, frenesies, mens body hair, skincare -

Everyone’s hair grows at different rates. Many factors can influence the speed of hair growth. These include: Genetics: A person’s genes will dictate how quickly their hair will grow. Sex: Male hair grows faster than female hair. The growth of body hair is associated with the level of androgens (male hormones) in the individual, because men have a higher level of androgens, they tend to have more hair than women. When there are more androgens in the female body, more unwanted hair is produced and if it’s very abundant, it’s call hirsutism. Age: Hair grows fastest between the ages of...

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female facial hair, frenesies -

For facial hair removal we must take several things into consideration – area of treatment, skin type, post-treatment care, frequency with which the hair reappears. The most common women facial depilation areas are between the eyebrows, chin and upper lip. The most common Men facial depilation areas are between the eyebrows, ears and nose. We will expose the different methods, their benefits and care. Before any method you choose you must PREPARE your skin: Do not use any oil or cream 24 hours before and during the 5 days of treatment. The skin has to be clean. Female facial hair...

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dark circles, eye care, eye contour, eye cream, frenesies, skincare -

Since the eyes are the focal point of the face, having bags, bulges and wrinkles can not only interfere with vision, they can give an individual a tired, gloomy appearance.  The eye contour area is a circle that reaches from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner below the end of your eyebrow. It includes the area underneath your eye as well as up to your brow bone. The skin around the eyes is ten times thinner than the skin on the face. As we age, skin loses its elasticity and becomes even thinner due to a breakdown of...

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Most companies out there create products that fight symptoms, tackling problems on a high level, looking for a quick and short-term result. FRENESIES was born out of a desire to create a beauty and wellbeing brand that offers preventative solutions, rather than responsive ones.

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