Frequently Asked Questions
HOW IS HAIR REMOVED BY ELECTROLYSIS?
A tiny, metal probe is gently inserted into one of the natural openings on the skin surface from which the hair is growing. With the probe in place, a small amount of electrical energy is immediately applied below the surface of the skin into the follicular structure. The hair then slides out easily as it is removed.
IS ELECTROLYSIS REALLY PERMANENT?
IS ELECTROLYSIS SAFE?
Additionally, the “Infection Control Standards For The Practice of Electrology,” which was developed by the American Electrology Association (with the assistance of the Centers for Disease Control, in Atlanta, Georgia) is followed in strict compliance. Committed to providing maximum protection against the transmission of any kind of infectious disease, patient safety is never taken lightly. Only pre-sterilized, disposable probes are used and then discarded appropriately after each electrolysis treatment. Close attention is given to many other infection control measures (such as handwashing, use of gloves, and cleaning and sterilization of instruments, to name but a few) in order that a proper hygienic environment is maintained at all times.
IS ELECTROLYSIS PAINFUL?
ARE THERE DIFFERENT METHODS OF ELECTROLYSIS?
WHAT CAUSES THE GROWTH OF EXCESS HAIR?
IS ELECTROLYSIS EXPENSIVE?
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