How Does Electrolysis Work?
Firstly patients' are required to grow their hairs around 2 cm or longer above the skin. Electrolysis is conducted with the use of a very thin needle which has an electric current passing through it.
Once the electricity makes contact with the hair root it will attempt to damage it. There are two methods currently used by therapists these are galvanic and thermolysis.
Any individual clients' hair growth may be treated with either or a combination of both methods. The difference between the two is that one works by creating a chemical reaction which can cause the damage to the hairs. The other relies on heat production in order to burn the hair. Once hairs are treated, they are removed gently by using tweezers.