Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Permanent Hair Removal in NJ - Benefits of Electrolysis

Are you considering permanent hair removal?  Many people use do-it-yourself methods to get rid of unwanted hair.  From shaving, plucking, bleaching and more, people often find their efforts leave their skin with a variety of other problems like dry patches, scars and marks and break outs or redness.  Not all hair removal professionals are expensive and time-consuming.  Electrolysis in NYC is available at lower costs, shorter sessions and friendlier service through Susan Davina.

How does electrolysis work?

All patients receive a free consultation and discuss their problem areas, possible treatment options, and discuss their medical history to ensure the procedures are a safe option for them.  The NYC electrolysis specialist will always explain to you what they plan to do and how the procedure works.  They will also discuss return visits, and anything else they you may be curious about.

Hair grows in cycles.  The best way to eliminate hair completely and permanently is to remove it during the growth cycle.  A successful electrolysis session will have to be completes in a series of scheduled treatments.  Depending on the amount of hair and where you'll be removing hair from on the body, your session could last 15 minutes or 1 hour.

Electrolysis in NYC permanently removes hair by applying a small amount of electrical current to the base of the hair follicle through a disposable probe.  The probe is hair-fine, but does not probe the skin.  The probe is inserted into the natural hair openings formed by hair follicles.  The energy from the probe destroys the growth center of the hair follicle and eventually hair will no longer grow.

What are the benefits of electrolysis?

  • It's a medically recognized technique
  • It's FDA approved
  • The procedure is safe and sterile
  • Unlike laser hair removal, electrolysis is a permanent hair removal option
  • You can remove excess hair from anywhere on the face and body

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