Electrolysis

What is Electrolysis?

Electrolysis is a definitive method of hair removal that works for hair of all kinds, ideally thick, such as gray hair, white or colored hair. It is a method of permanently removing unwanted hair by means of which, thanks to the use of very thin electrodes that resemble a needle, the hair root is destroyed and this does not allow it to grow back.

In addition, this type of hair removal can be used in any skin tone, since the electrodes do not point to the hair pigment as in the case of the laser, but directly point towards the hair follicle destroying it regardless of its color.

How does it work?

In electrolysis, a qualified professional called an electrologist, slides a hair-thin, solid metal probe into each hair follicle without puncturing the skin (when inserted properly).

Electricity is delivered to the follicle through the probe, which causes localized damage to the areas that generate hairs.

    How many sessions will I need?

    To achieve a good hair removal, it is necessary to perform several treatments, because with only one will not remove all the hair. You would have to leave the hairs grow a couple of days. They do not need to be long but the Specialist has to be able to see them.

    The sessions are held every 2 weeks approx. or every time the patient has hairs.

     It is a more uncomfortable and painful treatment than the laser and is not performed in the intimate areas.