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Important Terms about Electrolysis Treatments

Electrolysis is increasingly popular among those looking for permanent hair removal. It can target and remove hair from various parts of the body. It can be used by men and women alike. But before you seek out a clinic for hair removal, you should first become familiar with the terminology employed in the field of electrolysis.

  • Electrolysis - The name given for several related methods of permanent hair removal. Electrolysis uses sterile needles to destroy hair follicles with tiny jolts of electricity. If properly performed, this technique prevents hair from ever growing back. In this, electrolysis differs significantly from laser hair removal. Laser treatments, though they may be preferable for temporary hair reduction, do not necessarily kill the follicle.
  • Hair follicle - The tiny organ in the skin that produces a strand of hair. Follicles are destroyed in electrolysis, preventing future hair growth in the area affected.
  • Galvanic electrolysis - The oldest type of electrolysis, this involves the use of a tiny current of electricity to trigger a chemical reaction to kill and remove the follicle.
  • Thermolysis electrolysis - Another form of electrolysis, this destroys the follicle with the use of electrical currents to generate heat. This is considered less time-consuming than the galvanic method, but also less effective.
  • Blend electrolysis - A method that combines galvanic and thermolysis electrolysis.
  • Cosmetologist - Someone versed in a wide range of beauty treatments, including those relating to hair and skin.
  • Esthetician - A cosmetologist who specializes in skin care, often employed in spas and salons. Estheticians often perform hair reduction treatments.
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    American Electrology Association
    Norwalk, CT 06850
    If you're looking for the most effective way to remove unwanted facial or body hair, just look through our association's directory. Find electrolysis treatments in your local area with our directory.
     
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    Skin Necessities Inc
    33 Penn Plz, Bangor, ME 04401
    Skin care salon offering a wide range of services for the health and beauty of your skin. Microdermabrasion, electrolysis, chemical peels, and much more. Let us reveal your skin's natural beauty!
    (207) 990-4772
    Taylor Electrolysis
    401 Main Street, Suite 3, Ellsworth, ME 04605
    Offering electrolysis, permanent makeup and eyelash extensions for everyone. We are experts in hair removal from chest, back, bikini area, and elsewhere.
    (207) 667-2333
    Ambers Electrolysis Service
    63 Elm St, Topsham, ME 04086
    Electrolysis is the only form of permanent hair removal. Unlike other methods, electrolysis removes all unwanted hair safely and with beautiful results. Call our experts today for an appointment.
    (207) 720-0486
    About Electrolysis
    43 Bunker Ln, Bangor, ME 04401
    (207) 942-5450
    Electrolysis Center
    263 State St Ste 23, Bangor, ME 04401
    (207) 942-0781
    Advanced Electrolysis
    322 Church Rd, Bangor, ME 04401
    (207) 947-2214
    Absolutely Electrolysis & Skin Care
    17 Western Ave, Hampden, ME 04444
    (207) 862-3532
    Connie J Swan Electrlgst
    18 Goss Rd, Bradley, ME 04411
    (207) 827-0300
    Electrolysis Center
    194 Main St, Ellsworth, ME 04605
    (207) 667-4446
    Electrolysis by Bev
    124 Union St, Belfast, ME 04915
    (207) 338-6333
    Town & Country Styling & Tanning Salon
    96 Main St, Unity, ME 04988
    (207) 948-3245
    Electrolysis by Ruth Swanson C.P.E. & PA
    262 Main St, Waterville, ME 04901
    (207) 873-1839
    Little Lady Electrolysis
    36 Harjula Ln, Thomaston, ME 04861
    (207) 354-3555
    Blue Ribbon Electrolysis
    201 Front St, Farmington, ME 04938
    (207) 860-0258
    Area Electrologist
    30 Pleasant St, Newcastle, ME 04553
    (207) 563-6991


    Electrolysis, a form of permanent hair removal, is often desired by both men and women because it allows them to avoid shaving every single day. Many women get electrolysis on their arms, legs, and upper lip. Men may have it done on their backs. Wherever you have unwanted hair, you can have it zapped. It takes time and can be a lengthy and costly process, but the end result may be just what you’re looking for. Electrolysis treatments are performed by qualified electrologists and estheticians, who have experience in this facial and body hair removal method. So, what’s involved? A needle-like electrode is applied to the hair follicle to destroy and remove it with a slight electrical charge, so that it doesn’t grow back again. Large areas of skin, like legs may take several visits for a noticeable reduction, while smaller, facial areas like the lips or ears take just a visit or two before reduction is visible. Laser hair removal is slightly different and involves the use of a laser instead of an electrode. Brave customers may also wish to get this treatment done on their bikini areas. Whether you have unwanted hair on your chest, lips, arms, eyebrow, or other body part, you may benefit from having electrolysis treatments. Visiting a cosmetologist or esthetician skilled in electrolysis isn’t too hard. You can ask around to your friends where they recommend to get hair removed, ask your dermatologist for a referral, or just perform a simple online search of technicians in your area. Some electrologists work out of their homes, while others work in a salon center, spa, or even women’s clinic. Getting hair laser treated generally means you don’t have to worry about purchasing clumsy razor blades and messy shaving cream anymore.
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