Two comments about this:
Yes, indeed, it is possible to remove fine hair with electrolysis. Electrolysis can remove any size of hair, any color of hair on any skin color,permanently.
In order to do this for yourself, you must get several consultations. Pay attention to the practitioners that have quality magnification and up to date epilators (the device used to remove hair) and quality lighting. If one can see those tiny hairs well, they will be treated properly. Make sure the hairs slide out and you don’t feel liked you’re being plucked for every hair.
The ones that discourage you from getting these tiny hairs removed, probably don’t have confidence in their ability to remove hair this size because they can’t see them very well or they know this is tedious work that requires a lot of focus.
After you get a treatment, take note how your skin heals afterwards. For your added comfort, you might want to start off slowly until you’re pretty sure you are going to stick with a particular practitioner that delivers good treatments. I’m thinking, a 20 minute session once a week???
The best method? My opinion would be flash thermolysis for what you describe using gold probes. If you find someone with a computerized epilator that will find the perfect level of heat needed for that hair to slide out, I think you will be very happy.
There are many pathways and “recipes” to getting that hair out and all electrologists are different in the way they go about achieving results. I’m offering you one opinion based on past results, so I hope this was helpful for you.
As far as the laser physician’s remarks go, it is not a given that you will definitely scar if you have electrolysis. One just has to be very careful to give you a proper treatment with good equipment and consistently evaluate how your skin reacts. I do not agree with his/her statement.
Much luck to you, sol1