Thank you so much for your many suggestions.
I would like to let you know that I tried out the highly soaked sponge with salt water at the anode and it worked wonders… I am now able to treat a hair in 10 seconds at 0.99mA. You have given me a most precious gift: Time :). I am very grateful to you Dimitrov.
Indeed I did wonder why I needed so many uL before but I thought perhaps the formula was applicable to the blend modality only i.e. 80 uL when heated using high frequency. Regarding this formula I was wondering if it is based on an assumption of average moisture in the hair follicle. Suppose you treat a dryer hair, i.e. minimal presence of water and salt. The electrolytic reaction will be limited by the amount of water that can be split at the cathode. Could it then be that in order to reach the same uL for different follicles with different moisture levels one may need to apply current for different lengths of time?
Now that the quarantine is over I am looking for proper schooling in electrolysis. Are there still schools teaching galavanic nowadays? Would you have any recommendations regarding schooling. In Belgium a license is not required but I would like to offer the most professional service possible.
Have q good day and thank you again for your valuable tips.