Frequently Asked Questions About Electrolysis

Electrolysis removes hair by targeting the germinative cell and bulge areas, ultimately rendering the follicle incapable of ever producing another hair in that area.
Electrolysis is the only hair removal treatment recognized by the FDA as a permanent hair removal solution. There are other methods to remove unwanted hair, but none are as effective and permanent as electrolysis.
Electrolysis is the only FDA approved method of permanent hair removal. Once the germinative cell/bulge area is eradicated the hair will not grow back.
Essentially any area of the body can be treated by electrolysis. It is recommended to avoid having electrolysis performed inside the nostrils or inside the ear canals.
Electrolysis has been around for more than one hundred and thirty years. Though the technology has changed over time, electrolysis has continued to be a proven method for permanent hair removal for more than a century.
Electrolysis is the only proven method for permanent hair removal. Other methods of hair removal such as waxing, tweezing, and shaving are temporary and have to be repeated over and over again.
Lasers have been approved by the FDA as a method of hair reduction but not as a method for permanent hair removal. Electrolysis is an effective and permanent hair removal solution that can be performed on all skin and hair types. Laser treatments can only be performed on certain hair and skin types.
Maintaining the scheduled appointments the electrologist has planned for you will help you to achieve your goal of permanent hair removal in a timely manner.

Ultimately, self-care shouldn’t be confused with being selfish. Contact Body Solutions today to find out more information about electrolysis hair removal. Let our professional staff take care of you.

Here’s what our clients have to say about us:

“My experiences were nothing but positive. I was amazed at how critical the treatments were to my self esteem. Prior to electrolysis, I was self conscious about standing close range when involved in a conversation and now I don’t even think about it!” – Ann