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Electrolysis Hair Removal!

HOW DOES ELECTROLYSIS WORK?
It is a method of selective-targeted destruction of the regenerative cells of the follicle with the help of a special DC device (electrolysis or blend). A very fine, sterile and disposable gold needle is inserted to the lower part of the hair follicle (hair root). At the same time, we channel controlled short and low- voltage currents of electricity, thus electrolyzing the follicle. Afterwards the hair can be removed easily without any resistance.

IS THE PROCESS PAINFUL AND TIME CONSUMING?
It is a technique that requires patience, precision and experience. A topical anesthetic cream is applied prior to the treatment to minimize any sense of discomfort, thus making it a well-tolerated process. Each session lasts 15-20 minutes on average as each white and blond hair on the area of interest are dealt with one at a time (chin, cheeks, upper lip, chest).

WILL I SEE A RESULT AFTER THE FIRST SESSION?
The results of this method are exceptional and often visible after just one session. Depending on the thickness of hair, a significant percentage of weak and thin hair is destroyed in the first session, while the harder white or blonde hair gradually degenerate, until they are fully destroyed.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD IT BE REPEATED?
The indicated interval between electrolysis sessions is approximately one month.

CAN YOU COMBINE THE ELECTROLYSIS METHOD FOR WHITE-BLONDE HAIR WITH LASER FOR BLACK HAIR ON VARIOUS SKIN AREAS?

Of course, the methods can be combined with excellent results in cases of mixed (black and white) hair. First, we apply the laser which only identifies the dark hairs. The white-blonde hair remains unaffected by the laser due to the lack of pigment in them. Immediately after, we can easily manage the remaining white-blondes using electrolysis.

WHY CHOOSE ELECTROLYSIS FOR WHITE-BLONDE HAIR?
Electrolysis is the ideal method for white or blonde stiff hair. It is a classic method, well-known for these cases and most importantly, it is performed safely, responsibly and effectively in the doctor’s office under the supervision of a dermatologist.

 

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