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Permanent Hair Removal Methods


Electrolysis is a process of removing hair by the galvanic method (chemical means). The chemical substance formed at the tip of the needle permanently destroy the roots of the hair by electricity .


This is a relatively new method of removing hair. The process of hair removal is the same as electrolysis. The hair is destroyed by coagulating the papilla (the source of nourishment for hair through the use of heat.

Laser :

Light at a specified wavelength is delivered from a hand piece into the skin, where it targets dark material (usually the pigment in hair). This is intended to cause thermal and/or mechanical damage to a hair follicle while sparing surrounding tissues

Advantages of Permanent methods of hair removal.

  • This is the only real solution to excessive hair growth.
  • After every sitting the growth of hair becomes finer and eventually stops.
  • Fine hair requires very few removal sessions and gradually the hair growth stops.
  • Once the hair stops growing, it is forever.
  • Useful for large areas such as backs or legs.

Disadvantages of Permanent methods of hair removal.

  1. It is a very costly method of removing hair, specially when area of unwanted hair is to be treated.
  2. This method can be painful experience.A poorly trained electrologist can harm the skin by causing permanent scars end depressions.
  3. Improper treatment can cause burns, lesions, skin discoloration lasting several months, or patchy/patterned re growth.

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