Thanks for the input. It sounds like for permanent removal electroylsis is my best option. I have very pale skin and most of my hair is medium to dark and coarse. I am curious how long is would take to treat different sections of my body with electroylsis? And also how many different treatments would be needed to account for all hair cycles and thus permanently removing all hair. I am wondering, estimated, how many hours it would take to remove hair on:
Entire back and shoulders
Just the time to clear each area once and then how many treatments would be needed to get all cycles of growth. I have no idea on the time estimates, but would it be possible to book long electroylsis sessions to quickly do an entire area? Say my entire back in 1-2 weeks with a few long sessions? And then come back as the new cycles grow? Basically I am wondering if there is anyway to cut your time of 3 years down to say 1 or less or atleast the minimum to account for all hair cycles and acheive the same permanent results you did.
To describe the density of my hair I would say:
Back - Moderate
Shoulders - Mild
Chest - Mild
Stomach - Moderate to Severe
Hands - Severe
Wrists - Severe
Triceps - Mild
Also I am wondering since I am a young man, and over the last 2-3 years my hair has alarmly began in increase in density, coarseness, and spread to new areas, I imagine it will continue for as long as I live for the most part. So if I remove it now, will new hairs show as I age or will destroying all now last a lifetime?
I am also wondering how I find and determine who is the best electrologist in my area? Are there certain questions I should ask, certain qualifications they should possess, and anything else that I should find out to determine who is the most qualified? Once I find my electrologist will I go right in and get my first treatment or will I need to have a test area done to determine how my skin reacts to the treatment?