How Is Bikini Electrolysis Different?
First, let's take a look at the different procedures for permanent and semi-permanent hair removal. Laser hair removal is great for treating large patches of dark hair and light skin at once. If however, you have curly or coarse hair (like most people's bikini-region hair), light colored hair, or a very delicate area to treat, electrolysis might be the option better suited for your situation.
It works and produces permanent results because the procedure is entirely different than laser hair removal. A small probe is inserted into the skin next to where the desired hair is to be removed.
Then the trained technician will administer a small electrical jolt to kill the hair at the root and keep the follicle from growing back. On average, it takes more treatments to successfully and fully remove hair with electrolysis than laser, but the payoff is in the permanent results.
Bikini electrolysis is especially effective because of these characteristics:
Bikini hair grow in a small area, which it is easier to treat. Larger areas of hair may be difficult to treat with electrolysis because of its time consuming nature. Bikini hair is curled and coarse. This texture of hair grows in from all different angles. When you shave or wax, or even use laser hair removal, the hair will eventually come back giving you the risk for ingrown hairs. Electrolysis ensures the hair does not grow back. People with blond hair can also enjoy the benefits of this treatment with no threat of burning or blistering.