I am posting this message to let everyone who is interested in permanent hair removal know that electrolysis really works. Yes it really does! However, there are a few things you have to understand before you start electrolysis.
First, it is very painfull. How bad do you want to have your unwanted hair removed.
Second, it is not a one shot deal. You have to have the area where there is unwanted hair treated over and over until the hair is permanently gone. There are three different hair growth phases. After the first phase is cleared you still have the other two phases to do. The area has to be treated over and over until the hair is permanently gone.
Third, you have to be committed and see your electrologist once a week for an appointment to treat the area. The appointment will last for a few hours until the hair is almost all gone. As time goes on the appointments will be shorter and shorter and less frequent until their is no more hair.
Fourth, it is very expensive. for example, if you plan on having all the hair on your genitals permanently removed because of the three cycles and legnth of time needed to kill all of the hair folicles expect to go for at least one hundred hours of treatment to reach your goal of permanent hairlessness. At $60.00 an hour this is not cheap. But, how bad to you want your hair permanently gone.
Fifth, you better do a lot of research because a good electrologist is like finding a needle in a hay stack. Don’t go to the very first one you see. Shop around and do your home work. If you get a good electrologist you will be pleased and have no regrets. If you get a bad one you may be permanently scarred. In addition, the hair may or may not be permanently removed. Electrolysis is not a game.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST! If I sound harsh, and am scaring anyone don’t be alarmed. I am only telling you the facts. I have been lucky I have a very good electroligist his name is James Walker he regularly posts on this site. Give him a call, listen to him and do what he says. You won’t be sorry. I’m not. There are not short cuts were electrology is concerned; you get what you pay for!