Electrolysis Hair Removal

Electrolysis Hair RemovalElectrolysis is one of the popular and long-practiced methods of removing hair permanently. Is performed by the esthetician in a medical clinic or beauty salon.

Impact impulse (light flashes) on hair in the active growth phase, destroying the hair follicle and makes it impossible for their re-emergence.

Depending on hair type and treated area, and it can be any area of the face and body, cosmetologist uses a needle or tweezers and relevant methods.

Electrolysis can be performed practically everywhere on the body: on the arms, legs, back, buttocks, stomach, chest, around the nipples and underarms. Electrolysis bikini area will help you to prepare for beach season. However, it should carry out at least two weeks before the planned trip to the sea.

The main stages of electrolysis:

  • Skin cleansing and treatment with a disinfectant composition.
  • Trial processing of several hairs to assess the sensitivity of the skin.
  • If necessary, the application of applicational anesthesia.
  • Select and install an appropriate mode of removing the hairs.
  • The effect of impulse on the area of unwanted hair growth.

Duration is 30 minutes. Because the hair on the face and body are in different stages of growth, one treatment could permanently remove from 10 to 50% of unwanted hair. For absolute hair removal may require a series of repeated sessions of 5 to 20 depending on the area and density of hair growth. Conduct should be at intervals of not less than two weeks. The cost of electrolysis is determined based on elapsed time.

Electrolysis involves the rehabilitation period. Immediately after the procedure the treated area are irritated (small red dots), which takes place during the week. Then possibly peeling updated the top layers of the skin. The first day the treated area preferably not wet and within two weeks need to protect from sunlight. Estheticians can recommend professional cosmetics for skin care during this period, which will allow to minimize possible discomfort after the procedure.

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