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electrolysis hair removal

Electrolysis is a method of hair removal that uses electricity to permanently destroy hair follicles. It is a popular option for those looking for long-term hair removal solutions, especially in areas where other methods such as waxing or shaving may not be effective.

How Does Electrolysis Work?

During electrolysis, a small needle or probe is inserted into each hair follicle. A low-level electrical current is then applied to the follicle, which damages the cells responsible for hair growth. This process is repeated for each individual hair until the desired area is treated.

What Can You Expect During Treatment?

The length of an electrolysis session can vary depending on the size of the treatment area and the density of hair. Smaller areas such as the upper lip or chin may only take 15-30 minutes, while larger areas like the bikini line or legs can take up to an hour.

The sensation during electrolysis is often described as a slight stinging or pricking feeling. Some people may experience mild discomfort, but it is generally well-tolerated. If you have a low pain tolerance, you can ask your technician for a topical anesthetic cream to help numb the area before treatment.

What Results Can You Expect?

Electrolysis is considered a permanent hair removal method, meaning that it destroys the hair follicle and prevents future hair growth. However, multiple sessions may be needed to achieve desired results as hair grows in different cycles and not all follicles may be active during one treatment session. Additionally, individual results can vary based on factors such as hair thickness and hormone levels.

15 minutes – $37
30 minutes – $65
45 minutes – $90
60 minutes – $115

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