Thank you for submitting those pictures. Very good quality.
I am assuming you are female. That is quite a bit of hair on your abdomen. Have you had a hirsutism work up done? Is this the only area that you have this kind of hair growth? We are trained to tune in to the causes of hair growth when we see cases like yours.
You can be helped and I agree that it could take as much as two years. Whether she uses an insulated probe or uninsulated probe is not as important as doing perfect insertions and having the hair slide out with no traction. The skin reaction is fine. Expect temporary scabbing and or redness for a couple weeks. It will go away. Wear loose clothing to avoid further irritating the skin.
Some hairs may need to be broken down, but most hairs can be eliminated the first time. Sometimes, it is just easier to explain things the way she did because most people don’t understand how hair grows in cycles and is not all present on the surface for treatment for the first several sessions. Hair keeps surfacing a little at a time in dribs and drabs, taking at least nine months for all hairs to show their “faces” at just one time in that nine months. Hair grows and then it sheds. We can only treat hair that is coming forth from the follicle. This is why one cannot be finished in less than 9 months and to add to this reality and frustration, some hairs go dormant and wake up maybe only three months out of a year.
I see no need to look beyond this electrologist. Removing 6 -7 hairs oer minutes is fine. Others may go faster, others slower. We are all different in our approach and the only way you can compare who does what, is to get more consultations. If that is important for you to find out, then give it a try.
Good luck and don’t give up. You will be hair-free if you stay with a plan.