Electroepilation is the only clinically proven hair removal method that permanently destroys hair. After trying electroepilation, you will be able to forget about one-time or short-term results. You’ll enjoy smooth skin for the rest of your life, and you won’t have to worry about ingrown hairs or scars. The modern machines used in the clinic destroy the hair follicles by breaking down the melanin in them, while the surrounding tissues remain intact.
Who is this procedure suitable for?
The electroepilation procedure can be performed on women and men who seek to remove hair from different parts of the body. The device can be used to remove hair on the eyebrows, upper lip, chin, chest, back, limbs, abdomen and bikini area. Hair is not removed from moles and mucous membranes. Electroepilation is not performed on patients who have chronic or acute certain skin diseases, diabetes or varicose veins, severe heart disease or wearing a heart simulator. The procedure is not recommended for pregnant women.
What are the benefits of electroepilation?
Laser hair removal ensures long-term results: the hairs that are destroyed do not grow back. Electroepilation is completely safe, the surrounding tissue is not damaged. Ingrown hairs are no longer a problem, skin irritations disappear, and there is no risk of scarring. Saves time and, in the long run, money: you no longer need to buy additional hair removal products.
What is the procedure?
Hair follicles are affected by a special probe emitting a heat wave. Affected heat wave cells die safely and painlessly. True, when evaluating the discomfort caused by the procedure, it is important to understand that it is determined by several circumstances, such as the patient’s tolerance to pain, the chosen method of electroepilation, and more.
How many treatments will I need?
When repeating the procedure after 4 weeks, electroepilation already shortens by 20-30 percent and continues to shorten each time until the hairs that are destroyed no longer grow back. Usually, to achieve such a result, a minimum of 5 procedures are required for the same area.