This service provides a permanent method of hair removal therefore electrolysis provides fast and immediate results for all hair. Safe for all skin types. Electrolysis focuses on directly on the hair follicle rather than the color in the hair.
Electrolysis hair removal process:
Consultation: Before undergoing electrolysis, an individual typically has a consultation with a trained and certified electrologist. The electrologist assesses the person’s hair type, skin type, and medical history to determine the appropriate treatment plan.
Preparation: Treatment area will be cleaned. Trim the hair in the area to a short length. Allowing easier access to the follicles.
Insertion of Probe: A sterile needle goes into the hair follicle. Placed alongside the hair, not into the hair shaft itself.
Application of Electric Current: Once inserted, a small amount of electric current is applied to the hair follicle. The electric current causes a chemical reaction within the follicle, typically generating heat, which damages or destroys the hair growth cells.
Hair Removal: Remove hair gently using forceps. The treated hair usually slides out easily since its attachment to the follicle has been compromised.
Repeat Sessions: Electrolysis is effective, but it typically requires multiple sessions to achieve permanent results. This is because hair grows in cycles, and not all hair follicles are actively growing at the same time.
Healing and Aftercare: After the treatment, the treated area might experience some redness, swelling, and sensitivity. Applying soothing creams and following aftercare instructions provided by the electrologist can help with recovery.
Destroy the hair follicle from the centre
Electrolysis is a permanent hair removal method, as it destroys the hair follicles’ ability to grow hair. Works on various areas of the body, including the face, underarms, bikini area, and more. However, electrolysis is time consuming. Each hair follicle is treated individually. The skill and experience of the electrologist are important factors in the success and comfort of the procedure.
Before considering electrolysis or any cosmetic procedure, it’s advisable to consult with on of our qualified professional to discuss your specific needs, expectations, and potential risks.