Electrolysis Hair Removal
Hair removal is a very trendy activity among the population and is not bias to any gender or race. There are several actions for removing hair from the body. These measures include: Waxing, shaving, sugaring, threading, electrolysis and the use of depilatory creams. All of these can cost an arm and a leg when you consider how many times you have to repeat the process, pay for the merchandise or service in addition to purchasing other products toward aiding in the relief of some major skin irritations and sensitivities resulting.
Electrolysis has been a leading technological advance for many years in removing unwanted hair from the body. One must be skilled in this, having a steady hand in order to perform the task of tediously inserting a small probe into the hair follicle at the surface of the skin. The device works to destroy the hair with a chemical or heat energy. Once this is achieved, the dead hair is then removed with forceps. It is said that there are no permanent side effects and it is without a doubt the most permanent procedure for removing hair approved by the FDA. In choosing electrolysis it is imperative that you gather all of your facts pertaining to the subject and research carefully a suitable and trusted name for planning on treatment of your own. Understand and be prepared for a very time consuming and costly journey.
Electrolysis can also be pricey. For an area such as the upper lip it can end up costing around $400 to $900 after many hours and maybe even a year or two of treatments. Electrolysis is not for everyone. Your decision will be heavily based upon whether you are willing to wait a long period of time before seeing any real difference in the area treated as well as finding the right electrologist for you. It is important that you be sure your electrologist maintains a clean hygienic work atmosphere and uses the correct “needle” electrolysis which is the only way to ensure permanent removal. This is not to say Electrolysis is not reliable for removing unwanted hair. It is a personal preference and one to be made based on the sole needs of the client.