Electrolysis is a medically approved method of removing hair. The electrolysis procedure utilizes a probe that directs electric energy to the hair follicle one follicle at a time. The energy destroys the hair follicle preventing the hair from growing back. Multiple sessions are required to achieve the best results.
HOW DOES IT WORK?An electric current is applied with a very fine needle-shaped electrode, or metal probe into each hair follicle to destroy the root. There are three types of electrolysis: galvanic, thermolysis and blend. Hair grows in different stages: growing, resting and shedding. Because all of the hair isn’t on the same stage at any given time, multiple sessions are needed to get the hair in the growth phase for electrolysis hair removal to be most effective- just like laser hair removal Galvanic. the original electrolysis modality, is applied via direct current, resulting in a chemical change of salt and water to lye surrounding the hair follicle Thermolysis. Also known as radio- or high-frequency, uses alternating current to provide heat in the follicle Blend. A combination of the direct and alternating current, so that a chemical and heating action occur together or sequentially in the follicle. Since the advent of computerized epilators, there are many nuances to these current applications.