If I were writing this information from the sanusvictus website describing electrolysis, I would included the comments written in red to make this truthful. No wonder people get scared. Again, we see the results of information that is not researched properly and is lazily thrown together, or at its worst, biased, for the sake of gaining ground for promoting a particular product.
"Electrolysis As Another Method For Hair Removal
Electrolysis is another method for hair removal. ([color:“red”] Electrolysis is a method used for permanently removing hair. [/color]) [color:“red”] As with all methods of hair removal, [/color] It has some advantages and disadvantages. The good thing is that results after this procedure are permanent.( [color:“red”]Redundant. Should have been stated in the first sentence. [/color]) However, it has such side effects as possibility of infection and unwanted pain.( [color:“red”]Huh? So does laser, waxing,and tweezing. [/color]) Also it is a long procedure – it takes up to 15 hours for visits at hair removal specialist’s office. ( [color:“red”] Fifteen hours spread out over a year? Fifteen hours every week? Fifteen hours for an upper lip? Fifteen hours for a full grown man’s back? Whatever does this mean?[/color])
A lot of people want to know more about this method. It is based on insertion of needle ( [color:“red”]should say, sterile PROBE [/color]) into the hair follicle and performing weak electrical impulse to follicle root. Purpose of this procedure is to burn ( [color:“red”]BURN! Really![/color]) hair root and often it takes 2 or even 3 times to completely burn hair root and preventing it from producing more hair.([color:“red”]How about a more accurate description: "Hair by hair the electrologist directs a tiny,sterile probe into the hair follicle down to the hair root, destroying the root by heat energy, chemical energy, or both heat and chemical energy at the same time, so that the follicle can never produce another hair. Some hairs may need to go through a breaking down process because they are so big. These hairs might need a second or even a third treatment when they regrow, but will be thinner and weaker each time and thus, permanently eliminated.[/color]) As it was mentioned, it is quite long procedure as each follicle must be treated individually. ( [color:“red”] How long is long? Is a year to eighteen months of sticking to a consistent plan of treatments too long to permanently solve one’s problem? Temporary methods will never bring permanent hair removal. Laser takes a year to eighteen months, also, and there are limitations with this method for what color of hairs it can affect. [/color])
In conclusion it is important to mention that electrolysis as hair removal method is quite complicated as there are no standardized guidelines how to perform this procedure.( [color:“red”] Electrolysis has guidelines for proper treatment paramenters, hygenic practices and skin healing outcomes. Finding a practitioner that follows these guidelines should be the first goal of any consumer. It is a proceedure that requires talent, skill and education. [/color]) If you are a busy person and have no time to visit hair removal specialist’s office maybe it is better to use depilatories or Vaniqa cream." ( [color:“red”] Okay, so this author advises busy people with unwanted hair to remain like a hamster on a wheel to keep running in circles trying to catch up with their daily hair problem? Depilatories? What about skin irritation or if the hair gets so thick, it won’t dissolve as well as it use to? What if Vaniqa irritates the skin and won’t work after 6 months of treatment? Vaniqua is expensive. You need to apply it two times a day for the rest of your life. You could have paid for electrolysis and had the hair permanently removed. [/color])