Electrolysis is a permanent method of hair
removal that was developed in 1875 that led to the treatments of today,
and should be done by a trained Electrologist.
Each Individual hair is treated by
inserting a tiny surgical probe into the hair follicle and direction a
split second impulse of energy down to their root. Electrolysis is a
series of treatments. This means that it is a weakening process. After an
electrolysis treatment the hair should grow back thinner and finer. It
also depends on the thickness or thinness of the unwanted hair. For
instance, someone who has been waxing or tweezing will need more
treatments than someone who has not tampered with the area.
Electrolysis can be used safely to remove
hair permanently from the eyebrows, face, breasts, abdomen, and legs.
Since many factors influence hair growth, several visits on a frequent
basis are required. Treatments range between 15 minutes and an hour,
and most clients return once a week or every other week. The total
number of sessions needed to remove hair permanently from a particular
area will vary from person to person.
Individual results may vary.