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Questions to Ask about Electrolysis Treatments

Many people opt for electrolysis to remove excess body hair. Whether one seeks treatment for bushy eyebrows or unwanted leg hair, it is a procedure that can aid a wide variety of people. But if you're new to the world of permanent hair removal through electrolysis, there are some key questions you may wish to ask before you go further.

  • Do I need electrolysis or laser hair removal?
    Though the two terms are frequently confused by the public, there are important differences between electrolysis and laser hair removal. The primary difference is that electrolysis removes hairs permanently by destroying the follicle. Laser hair removal, though it may work well enough in the long term, cannot be guaranteed to work permanently. However, you may not want to have hairs removed permanently. In this case, you may wish to try for temporary hair reduction with laser treatments, which tend to be much less time-consuming. A cosmetologist may also be able to advise you on methods of hair reduction. Keep in mind that laser methods do not work well with certain skin and hair types.

  • What kind of electrolysis do I need?
    There are three types of electrolysis treatments: galvanic, thermolysis, and blend. The galvanic method is quite time-consuming and expensive. But thermolysis, which uses heat, can cause pain and scarring if performed incorrectly. Also, it does not kill follicles as effectively, which could result in return visits to the clinic. The blend method is preferred by some practitioners, but it requires a higher level of expertise to perform correctly.

  • How many sessions will it take?
    This partly depends on a variety of factors unique to each person, such as hair growth rates, which only a trained professional can evaluate. In general, you can expect electrolysis treatments to take approximately twelve months.
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    Estheticians, cosmetologists, and electrologists are all professionals qualified to perform laser hair removal or electrolysis. To become an electrologist, one must attend cosmetology or beauty school and take appropriate classes on how to handle electrolysis equipment, the dynamics of the skin, hair analysis. They combine their course work with hands-on instruction to really get the hang of this permanent hair removal treatment to remove hair.

    Upon graduation, the student can apply for a license to practice hair reduction via laser hair removal or electrolysis methods. This may involve taking an exam and paying a fee. They gain lots of valuable experience working with skin, facial characteristics, and reduction methods; especially when on the job for the first few years. Technicians must decide early on if they want to work in a women’s beauty clinic or center, spa or salon setting. One may decide to work out of her home. Whatever the case, this decision sets the stage for the professional’s interaction with clients.

    Registered electrologists use state-of-the-art equipment to remove hair, such as laser machines and electrodes, and should follow strict sterilization procedures to avoid cross-contamination of probes. They may utilize a variety of electrolysis methods, such as short wave, galvanic, and blend, using disposable probes for utmost health and safety.

    Many estheticians offer a free consultation to clients who wish to learn more about the process but aren’t sure yet if it’s for them. Clients may deal with receptionists first or they may deal directly with the esthetician. These professionals should have good eyes, a steady hand, and attention to detail, especially on smaller areas of the body, such as lips, eyebrows, and bikini areas. Cosmetologists take both men and women and can provide treatment to just about any part of the body, including the chest, arms, and legs. Following an appointment, clients should receive aftercare cream

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