We all grow hair, but sometimes this hair grows in unwanted places. For a woman
this can be on the upper lip, the cheeks, or chin, legs, armpits and even breasts. Electrolysis hair removal for
women is a permanent method.
There are different methods to remove hair and so to
decide which to use, it is best to learn how these work, the results that can be expected, the costs involved, and
potential, if any, side effects.
Electrolysis hair removal for women is one alternative method that is permanent. Of the two general types of hair removal
methods, depilation and epilation, electrolysis is an epilator, which indicates that it removes hair below the
It is the only method that can properly be classified as permanent.
How Does Electrolysis Work?
Through heat generation individual hairs are destroyed. A probe is inserted
under the skin, and heat (electrically generated) is transferred to the hair follicle, which in turn is destroyed.
The time involved depends on the amount of hair that needs to be removed. Remember
each individual hair is targeted and not a general area. Therefore various sessions need to be planned, about once
a week is fine.
At the end of the treatment, the hair would have been permanently
Facts About Electrolysis Hair Removal.
- The electrolysis treatment should be done by a professional with
qualifications and the use of needle elctrolysis is the only permanent hair removal
- Go to a professional clinic. Although certain electrolysis home
products are sold, it is best to go to a professional.
- In many states a license has to be granted.
- Word of mouth recommendations are important. Check out the clinic. Be
aware that in this information age, many things are stated that are incorrect or untrue.
- There is a stinging sensation, and depending on the pain tolerance of the
individual, this can cause discomfort. A mild local anesthetic can be applied.
- Electrolysis has been around for a long time and was invented around 100
years ago. It has withstood the test of time.
- Slight irritation of the skin can occur (it reddens), but wears off
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