Electrolysis is the science of permanent hair removal. Using state-of- the -art technology, an impulse is directed to the base of the hair follicle. This process destroys the hair growth tissue. Once these cells are destroyed, it is impossible for any hair to be produced from that follicle. There are three modalities used in the practice of electrolysis:
Galvanic: Galvanic or electrolysis is a chemical process using a split second of electric current. This electric current reacts with the salt naturally produced by the body. The electrologist is able to direct the current so that the cells producing that hair are destroyed.
Thermolysis: Thermolysis or short-wave creates heat. A split-second impulse of high frequency sound waves is applied at the base of the hair root, using one very fine sterile needle creating heat, which destroys the regenerative cells.
Thermolysis has been my method of choice for more than 25 years.
Blend: The blend modality combines Galvanic with Thermolysis.