Electrolysis – Permanent Hair removal method
After more than 125 years, electrolysis (*) still remains the only 100% effective method of permanent hair removal for all skin and hair types. Other hair removal methods currently offered on the market, such as laser, are applied on the skin surface and detect the hair thanks to its pigmentation (colour). However, for effective hair reduction, these methods require a strong contrast between the skin colour (light) and the hair colour (dark). Electrolysis, on the other hand, directly targets the hair follicle from the inside, leading to a complete destruction of the cells responsible for hair growth while protecting the skin surface. So, whether your hair is white, blond, red or brown and whether you are fair or dark-skinned, electrolysis treatments with the Apilus Platinum Pure 27 MHz ultrarapid epilator will always deliver maximum results.
How does an electrolysis session unfold?
After performing a consultation, the electrologist disinfects the client’s skin and adjusts the required parameters on the Apilus based on the area and the type of hair to treat. During the hair removal process per se, the electrologist slips a minute probe into the hait follicle, which the client will not even feel. Then, ultrarapid current is applied and the electrologist removes the hair with a pair of tweezers, encountering no resistance. Of course, the use of gloves and disposable probes is critical.
Sugaring Hair Removal Procedure
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