Epilation removes hair by destroying hair follicles or eliminating nap directly from its root so that it does not grow back for a long time.
There are no hair removal procedures that grant permanent effects since the technology used only affects existing hair. Thus, the effectiveness of epilation depends on the number of operations necessary to obtain satisfactory long-lasting results and the characteristics of the patient’s body.
We consider hair removal by electrolysis to be an outdated method. However, it is still an effective procedure, and its market has barely any competitors. During the process, a special needle destroys nap follicles with current discharges. It is an almost effortless procedure that leaves little to no remains behind. It will regrow if a therapist pulls out any hair during the process instead of being destroyed. The process needs to repeat to remove the remaining hair later.
Laser hair removal is harmless, almost painless, and takes less time than an electrolysis treatment. The electrolysis burns the nap, destroying the follicle and the root from which it grows. After the procedure, the remaining naps on the skin’s surface can only be waxed and removed after two weeks. It is crucial to wait one and a half to two weeks without pulling them out and waxing them off so they fall out on their own. The session takes a little time: the shin is 20 minutes, and the legs are complete in 40 minutes. And we can do the bikini zone in just 10-15. Several types of lasers differ in the wavelength of the emitted light and the duration of the pulses.
This procedure helps achieve a quick, visible result, but much patience is needed to remove hair. Intense pulsed light removes bulbs. The flash of the beam “kills” the nap when it is in the growth phase, and during the next 20 days, it falls out. The trick is to catch this phase. Otherwise, the hair will appear again, just thinner and lighter. It will become almost invisible but not completely removed.
Everyone considered this method very effective and safe before. However, the high cost and many restrictions markedly reduced the number of its fans. The light beam’s energy and the electric current help destroy the hair’s growth stage. Externally, the procedure is no different from a photo or laser.