I got a hair transplant a year ago out of wanting a lower hairline, and only half of it grew in. I just want to remove it all and resume life to the way it was before I got my transplant. Total amount of hairs I want removed is about 700 in the frontal hairline region. Hairs are medium thickness, dark blonde, and roots are 3-5mm deep. Also, I am a male in my 20’s.
I have talked with a few different electrologists regarding what I should do. I want permanant removal so electrolysis is the only option, but what type of electrolysis?
Dectro (Apilus) recommended MicroFlash on an Apilus system, or if Flash Thermolysis if I cannot find a local electrologist using Apilus. She recommended this because she said it is quick, and has little pain, and will be effective for the hairline. She also discouraged using Multi-Needle Galvanic as it is painful, and outtdated.
A local electrologist recommended Galvanic, she said even though it is the oldest technique, it is still the most effective. She said that thermolysis is not as effective and a thermolysis machine is the cheapest machine an electrologist can buy.
I would rather have 4 long painful sessions than 8 short painless sessions, as I want to get rid of these hairs asap.
b [/b]What technique do you recommend?
b [/b]Based on your advice and my situation, how many hours (sessions) and months do you think would be required to fully kill the hair?
b [/b]Based on your advised technique, what % of hair do you think could be completley killed in a session? I have heard some people say hair grows back thinner and thinner until you cannot see it, and I have heard others say some hair can be killed automatically.
b [/b]What machines do you recommend, Gentronics, Apilus, etc, does it really make a difference?
I want to make the best decision I possibly can. Thank you very much!
P.S. All the electrologists I am considering have been performing electrolysis for 20+ years, and each holds a respected credential. Although some do operate out of the house, is this okay?