Electrolysis is one of the most effective permanent hair removal techniques.
The Evolution 7HD combines maximum effectiveness with ultimate comfort. The decision to go back to a low frequency while adding sequential modulations was made to ensure optimum efficiency and to prevent clients from feeling the discomfort they may have experienced with past treatments. These modulations, which are the fastest on the market at 2/1000 of a second, optimize energy transfer thanks to greater wavelength accuracy and stability. We can, therefore, get as close as we possibly can to the pain threshold, without ever reaching it, while maximizing the energy that is being delivered.
How does it work?
Electrolysis is different to Laser Hair Removal in that a probe is directly inserted into the hair follicle, in order to target and disengage the follicle from producing a new hair. Unlike laser technology, electrolysis is able to treat even blonde, white and grey hair. Owing to its powerful circuits and stable currents, the electrolysis is capable of pinpoint precision capabilities and optimal settings, designed to deliver the ultimate result. You can finally say goodbye to unwanted hair, whether it be facial hair or body hair. This technology is efficient, very comfortable and safe for everyone!
Does it hurt?
Each follicle is treated using a faster and more sophisticated treatment technique and flash thermolysis technology, which can be felt through a short, sharp yet virtually pain-free sensation. Some areas will be more sensitive than others. The treatment of each follicle is much faster with thermolysis than galvanic electrolysis and this is what makes it virtually painless. The treatment is so fast that the body doesn’t have time to register any pain.
How is Electrolysis different from Laser/IPL?
Blonde and grey hair cannot be successfully treated with Laser- because pigment acts as a target for the Laser/IPL energy, without pigment, the Laser/IPL will not yield the best result.
For these stubborn and light hairs – Electrolysis is the ideal option. The procedure uses a probe to deliver energy directly to each individual follicle and hair, thereby not relying on pigment within the hair. This allows for electrolysis to successfully treat all types of hair, including blonde or grey hairs.
Start your permanent hair removal program with Laser Hair Removal, and enjoy the benefits of electrolysis to remove the odd grey or stubborn hair, to achieve the ultimate result. Or, if you are someone with only light hair, embark on a cutting edge Evolution 7HD Electrolysis program to finally be hair free.
Which areas can be treated?
All areas of the body can be treated using electrolysis. The hair must be visible to be able to treat and remove it. Medical clearance from your GP is required to treat hairs that grow from moles. One can treat facial areas such are monobrow, upper lip, chin, sideburns, ears and nose. One can even have their eyebrows permanently shaped.
How many treatments do I need?
This depends on many factors; for example whether the hair is hormonal, if it has previously been waxed or plucked, and the area of the body that requires treatment. Hair grows at different rates all over the body. Hair on the head will grow for a period of up to 3 years before falling out yet hair on our legs may only last 12 weeks. This means it may take 12 weeks for all the hairs on the legs to show before they can be treated – we can only treat the hairs we can see. Some hairs may require several treatments.
As a general rule, under normal circumstances, you can expect to be hair free in treated areas after 12-18 months assuming that the suggested treatment program has been followed.
Electrolysis Treatment Estimates
Area Total Treatment Hours Treatment Period
Eyebrows 3-5 Hours 5-7 Months
Upperlip 4-6 Hours 6-8 Months
Chin 8-10 Hours 12-18 Months
Underarms 14-18 Hours 14-18 Months
Bikini Area 20-24 Hours 16-20 Months
Legs 32-40 Hours 18-24 Months
Please note that the above are ESTIMATES only, and we may find that due to different hair types, hair density, client tolerance, appointment intervals etc, the above is subject to change. Please use the above time frames as a guide only. A client may need fewer or more sessions than depicted above.