ELECTROLYSIS HAIR REMOVAL
Electrolysis hair removal is an effective technique to remove hair from the body.
If you are seeking for a permanent solution, then electrolysis hair removal could
be just what you need. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and American
Medical Association (AMA) have recognized electrolysis hair removal as the
only permanent or long term method of removing hair.
The science around electrolysis hair removal technique is simple: an electric
current is applied to the hair root, using a needle-like electrode. Combined, they
subsequently destroy the hair follicle. You may need several sessions to cater to
those follicles that are in differing stages of hair growth. Since the current must
be applied to each individual hair follicle, this type of hair removal technique is
best suited for smaller skin patches. In other words, deal with regions that do not
have too much hair.
The downside of electrolysis hair removal for most people is the stinging pain it
produces. In addition, the initial cost will be high, when compared to other
methods of hair removal, such as shaving, threading,waxing, razors as well as
depilatory creams. Furthermore, some people's skin might react to the treatment
with a rash that can sometimes be permanent. Although the major benefit is that
this is the most effective method available.
Electrolysis hair removal is painful, but many modern methods have
considerably reduced this pain. Electrolysis hair removal procedures are carried
out by trained professionals called "electrologists" in clinics.
Electrolysis hair removal is a time consuming process and each treatment lasts
between 15 minutes and two hour.
Electrolysis hair removal is usually a very safe procedure. Generally there are no
long term side effects. The most common side effect is the reddening of the skin
during or immediately after treatment, which can last only for a short time. But if
done improperly, this procedure can produce partial to full hair regrowth,
causing skin damages