Electrolysis is performed by the insertion of a tiny probe into the natural opening of the hair follicle. There is no pain or bleeding during the insertion of the tiny probe. There is some discomfort once the heat develops in the follicle. This method of hair removal aims to destroy the cells responsible for hair growth in the particular follicle. Electrolysis requires a series of treatments. How many depends on the area being treated and the temporary hair removal methods previously used. Individuals who may have a hormonal imbalance will most likely have to stay on a maintenance program until the imbalance is corrected.
Electrolysis is very beneficial for those individuals whose hair is too light in color or too fine to be treated with laser. During your consultation, our certified technician will study your individual growth pattern and take a medical history to be able to recommend the most beneficial treatment plan for you. During electrolysis, a thin probe is inserted into the individual hair follicle, and radio or electric waves are used to destroy the hair follicle. Then, the unwanted hair is removed. Depending on what part of your body you need to remove hair from, a treatment session can last anywhere between 15 minutes and up to an hour. Most people require several sessions before the hair is permanently destroyed
Electrolysis is the best choice when laser is not an option.
Many people choose permanent hair removal because it eliminates constant hassle of tweezing, waxing and/or shaving forever. Contact us at 281-537-5533. We are happy to answer any further questions you may have or schedule your complimentary consultation for a more thorough evaluation with our experienced electrolysis technician.