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Feri's Electrolysis

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Electrolysis

Finally, there's a permanent solution to help you deal with unwanted hair. For men and women who have unwanted hair and are unaware of ways to remove it permanently, electrolysis is the answer! Let Feri's Electrolysis show you how easy hair removal can be.


Woman's Upper Body

Legs

What Is Electrolysis?

Electrolysis is the process of removing unwanted hair permanently by coagulating each targeted hair root, known as the papilla. This is done by applying heat through a needle-like wire called a probe, which is inserted into a natural opening of the hair follicle to destroy the bottom one-third of the follicle. This procedure causes gradual cellular destruction impairing the ability of the follicle to produce hair. There is no other way to destroy the vital part of the hair permanently except through electrolysis. Count on us to remove unwanted hair from your:

  • Abs
  • Back
  • Bikini Line
  • Breasts
  • Chest
  • Chin
  • Ears
  • Eyebrows
  • Face
  • Fingers
  • Hairline
  • Hands
  • Legs
  • Lips
  • Mustache
  • Neck
  • Toes
  • Underarms
 

Types of Electrolysis

Many different methods of electrolysis exist. They include

  • Short Wave, which uses a single probe.
  • Galvanic, requiring multiple probes.
  • Blend, which combines both methods.
 
 
Man Front and Back

Most Popular

Woman Looking Ahead

The most popular method is the Short Wave. This method is the safest, fastest, has the least sensation, making it the most requested by clients.

The number of body hair removal treatments you'll require depends upon many factors, including the causes of hair growth as well as the amount of hair to be removed. The average person has several hundred hairs per square inch of skin, except on the lips, the palms of the hands, and the bottoms of the feet.

Since all hair does not grow at the same time, electrolysis takes time to destroy unwanted hair. However, not all hair needs to be removed, such as very fine, downy-like hair that may not be seen with the naked eye.