Evolution has provided mankind with many improvements, the most critical being that of higher thought. And over time we have been able to make adaptations to live in almost any environment due, mostly, to our ability to reason things out.
As we continued to evolve, our bodies changed -- we lost that thick, lustrous covering our jungle-dwelling cousins have. Of course, as many of us find all to real the case, we still possess roughly the same number of hair follicles covering our body.
The major differences: We have considerably fewer hairs per follicle and the growth rate per hair is considerably shorter (save for the head).
Interestingly, society has taken evolution one step further. A hairless body is the societal norm (in an ever-increasing number of societies). It can also leave you feeling cleaner and more secure about yourself -- a nice boost of self-confidence can go a long way.
The major problem: Old evolutionary habits die hard. Unwanted body hair still rears it's ugly head, causing many of usin society, men and women alike, to take drastic action to rid ourselves of the unsightly simian affliction.
There have been many methods for removing unwanted hair throughout history. Most were, and still are, rather painful and potentially harmful to the skin. In addition, many hair removal systems can be costly. What was needed is what was invented -- D-Epil.
D-Epil is a simple to use, inexpensive hair removal cream for men and women. There is no wax, no sugar, no electricity, no shaving! D-Epil's cream-base makes application and removal painless, efficient and easy.
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