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Permanent Hair Removal

Permanet Hair Removal is one of the most difficult problems to solve, and getting rid of it will often be essential for passing. Anyone who is planning to go full time and is even remotely considering the option of stealth is strongly advised to seek permanent facial hair removal as soon as possible in transition.

Types of permanent hair removal methods

  • Electrolysis - Electrolysis or electrology is permanent hair removal by the process of inserting a fine, solid, pre-sterilized needle (wire, or probe) into a hair follicle and applying a small amount of electrical current to permanently destroy the hair growth cells.
    Electrolysis is an alternative to laser hair removal. Sometimes this is a good choice for candidates that have very light skin and gray hair.
    The electrolysis procedure employs a needle that directs electric or radio wave energy to the hair follicle one follicle at a time. The energy destroys the follicle and the hair does not grow back. There may be slight pain associated with this procedure. If after your consultation you find that you are not a candidate for laser hair removal electrolysis may be an alternative.

  • Apilus Electrolysis - Computerized electrolysis offers hair removal treatment gently and effectively using the Apilus unit by delivering treatment in thousands of milliseconds to create a faster permanent treatment.

  • Laser - This is removes hair by causing thermal and/or mechanical damage to a hair follicle while sparing surrounding tissues. The popularity of laser hair removal has increasingly grown, prompting many laser manufacturers to conduct research and seek FDA clearance for their lasers for this indication. Lasers cleared for body hair removal are also cleared for facial hair removal.
    Light-skinned consumers with dark hair have the best results. Response rates have not been established. Re growth rates have not been accurately established and cannot be predicted due to numerous variables. Generally not as effective on unpigmented (gray) hairs and red or blonde hair.
    If you have a darker skin tone, or you tan, lasers must be used very cautiously.
    Improper treatment can cause burns, lesions, skin discoloration lasting several months, or patchy/patterned re growth. Can be expensive. Some find treatment painful.

  • Flashlamp - This is intended to cause thermal and/or mechanical damage to a hair follicle while sparing surrounding tissues.

  • Thermolysis: 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.


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