For additional Information:
• Electrologists Association of NJ
• American Electrology Association
• Electrolysis & Women
• Electrolysis & Men
• Electrolysis & Black & Dark
• Electrolysis & The Adolescent
Sure and Safe Removal of Unwanted Hair.
Men are no longer avoiding services that at one time were thought to be for women only. Good grooming is a part of a man's personality. Today smooth and hair-free is considered youthful and sexy. Mature and young men alike have hair removal needs.
Although not all men are interested in having their total beards removed, many are having them sculpted. Some men may have the area around their mustache shaped so both sides are even.
The look of one broad eyebrow across a man's forehead can be eliminated by having the bridge of the nose cleared and shaped.
Men become self-conscious if they have hair growing from their ears. Although the inner ear is not treated, the outer pad can be cleared without any problem.
Hair on the back of the neck can be an unwelcome nuisance. The back of the neck can be cleared permanently with excellent results.
After the selected area is initially cleared, follow up treatments are needed to permanently eliminate the unwanted hair problem. Removing hair permanently from the arms, chest, shoulders, back, buttocks, legs and stomach requires more dedication and treatment time.
The most common reason a doctor will refer a male patient for electrolysis is when he suffers from chronic low-grade folliculitis, better know as local infections in the follicles. Folliculitis is usually caused by ingrown hairs. The only way to prevent the infections from constantly recurring and causing scarring is by having the hair permanently removed. The follicle will then straighten and heal.
The Only Choice for Permanent Hair Removal
Electrolysis is the only dependable method of permanent hair removal.
Temporary methods such as shaving, tweezing, depilatories, waxing, and stringing require frequent time-consuming maintenance. Skin irritations, ingrown hairs, discoloration, and scarring may result. These methods can actually contribute to an increase in hair growth activity. And despite all the claims from many "advanced" methods on the market today, not one has proven to be as effective as electrolysis.
The Electrolysis Treatment
Effective, Comfortable, Permanent
In 1875, Dr. Charles Michel, an ophthalmologist, invented a procedure to remove an ingrown eyelash utilizing galvanic current... hence the name electrolysis.
In modern times, taking advantage of new technologies, today's electrolysis is performed by well-qualified practitioners using state-of-the-art computerized equipment and practicing up-to-date sterilization procedures. Electrolysis has continued to evolve and advance as the most effective method of hair removal.
Today, electrolysis encompasses three methods:
• Electrolysis - Direct current (DC)
• Thermolysis - Alternating current (AC)
• The Blend - Both of the above currents.
will find the experience of electrolysis treatments effective and comfortable - and you will love the look of your skin when your course of treatment is completed!
Information provided above has been supplied by the American Electrology Association. For more information please visit their website.