Electrolysis is a scientific process employed to destroy hair roots permanently. First, a thin probe is inserted into a hair follicle all the way down to the root. Then, a small amount of electricity is applied to the root through the probe. This destroys the hair growth tissue. Finally, the hair is pulled out from the hair follicle using a tweezer.
Your first visit begins with a consultation. We go over the treatment options, as well as the area to be treated. We then tailor an individual plan that is best for you. We also discuss, in detail, the process of electrolysis and any individual issues that could be related to excess hair growth. This consultation is brief and informative.
The number of treatments will vary from client to client and depends on the growth cycle of the hair, the quality of the hair and any previous hair removal methods. Electrolysis is a commitment you make to yourself for yourself, the most important factor to success is sticking to a schedule of treatments.
Depending upon the area being treated, how your skin reacts to treatment and how motivated you are, you may schedule a treatment as often as every 3-4 days. However, most clients find one visit per week sufficient. After the initial clearing of the area, treatments will become less frequent and shorter in duration. During your initial consultation, we will discuss a personalized schedule to fit your needs and lifestyle.
Deep coarse hairs are not always eliminated with one treatment. Hairs that have been plucked can be stubborn due to follicle distortion. Breaking down these hairs may require additional treatments. Also, hair grows in different stages, so keeping a regular schedule will help to make sure that all of the hair in the treated area has been epilated during its active growing stage.
Hair grows in three stages, the active, or growing stage, the resting stage, and the stage in between, referred to as the transitional stage. Not all of the hair is growing in the same stage at the same time, anywhere on our body. Hair can be resting for a few months to a few years, or it can be growing for a few weeks to a few months. For this reason it is important to maintain a schedule to catch the hair in the active growing stage, which the best time to eliminate it.
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