Electrolysis is as a safe, effective, progressive permanent method of hair removal. By causing controlled tissue destruction at the base of the follicle, electrolysis weakens the hair to inhibit growth. A filament, the approximate thickness of a hair, is inserted down the hair shaft to the root of the hair where a quick pulse of current is applied.
Electrolysis is a process that over time will result in permanent hair removal of the treated areas. It is the only FDA recognized method of permanent hair removal.
Where can electrolysis be done?
Electrolysis can be done anywhere, except for deep in the ear canal or past approximately 2cm within the nose:
- Face (upper lip, chin, eyebrows, sides, nose, etc.)
- Bikini Line
- Fingers and Toes