Electrology...Permanent Hair Removal
Reasons for Hair Removal...
either temporary or permanent
The sites of body hair that individuals find undesirable vary from person to person and a host of
Like Hypertrichosis, refers to excess hair inappropriate for that area of the body, the client's age or
sex, i.e. excess hair seen in large moles.
Permanent Hair Removal
For the silky, smooth skin that you deserve...
For over 130 years, electrolysis has been and remains the permanent hair removal method
recognized by government regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
(FDA). This technique permanently destroys germinative cells responsible for hair growth, thanks to
the insertion of a fine probe in the hair follicle and the application of a current adjusted to the type of
hair and the treated area.
Common Sites of Hair Removal
Electrolysis is For
With black, red, gray, blonde or white hair, coarse, medium or fine hair
Regrowth After Electrolysis
If electrolysis is performed perfectly on anagen hairs (active growth of hair), then, theoretically, there
should be no regrowth. Due to a variety of factors, this is not the case and even in the best of
hands, we estimate a regrowth of 25-50%. With this in mind, the number of treatments cannot be