Electrolysis bikini: Preparation for the procedure

January 14, 2013

 electrolysis bikini
 The procedure does not require electrolysis especially careful preparation, but there are some important requirements that should not be ignored. The main one - is the length of the hair in the bikini area. Ideally, the hair had grown to 2-4 mm. It is possible and a little bit more, but remember that too long hair can significantly complicate the procedure as an expert should be well see each hair individually. If your hair is too short, they will be difficult to remove with tweezers, which also complicates the task for the specialist.



Once you decide to do electrolysis bikini, you need to give up waxing the area. If you have previously removed hair in the bikini area with the help of this appliance, it is also necessary to stop. This is due to the fact that electrolysis can be done only if there is a sufficiently long piece of hair visible, and after waxing can take several weeks before the hair seem on the surface of the skin. In addition, waxing and other hair removal methods below the surface of the skin leads to a deformation of the hair follicles, which is why you may need more time to electrolysis gave the desired result.


Razors and scissors

If you shave unwanted hair or clipped with scissors, it does not affect the shape of the follicles and thus the success of electrolysis.


Lighten Hair

Lightening hair with various chemicals usually does not cause any problems during electrolysis. However, it is not recommended to lighten hair for 48 hours before the procedure to avoid skin sensitization in the bikini area.


Three or four days before the procedure

As a rule, 3-4 before electroepilation Electrolysis: a proven method of hair removal  Electrolysis: a proven method of hair removal
   recommended last time to shave or cut your hair (if you do). However, one should consider the speed of hair growth. If they are growing very rapidly, and they can shave off 48 hours before the procedure. Be very careful not to injure the skin.


The procedure

  • Makeup

If you feel it necessary, you can put on the bikini zone cream or powder for the body. However, just before the procedure, the skin cleaned with a special tool that will remove any makeup.

  • Pain relief

Most people that make electrolysis bikini Electrolysis bikini: beauty delicate places  Electrolysis bikini: beauty delicate places
 You do not need any painkillers, but if you are very concerned about the possible discomfort, can an hour before the procedure to take ibuprofen Ibuprofen: anti-inflammatory drug  Ibuprofen: anti-inflammatory drug
   or paracetamol Paracetamol - is effective for moderate pain  Paracetamol - is effective for moderate pain
 . This will help you to relax and to some extent relieve anxiety.

In some cases, you can use a local anesthetic containing lidocaine and prilocaine, to be put on the bikini area, or any other, which will remove the hair for an hour before the procedure, and on top lay a special bandage. Immediately before the procedure will need to remove the bandage. It should be noted that in most cases the need for local anesthesia offline.

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Electrolysis: a proven method of hair removal

March 10, 2011

  • Electrolysis: a proven method of hair removal
  • Methods

 Electrolysis - the removal of hair by means of an electrode; hair bulb is destroyed during the procedure. This method is used for the removal of individual hairs growing, for example, on the upper lip in women. Electrolysis is expensive and takes too much time, so it can be widely used, for example, for hair removal on the legs.

Since hair growth is influenced by many factors, including hormones, heredity and taking certain medicines, you may need several sessions of electrolysis to achieve the desired result. One session takes about fifteen minutes to an hour.


Myths about electrolysis

It hurts. In fact, the electrolysis does not usually cause significant discomfort. Modern methods have reduced it to a minimum, but also, at the request of the patient can be used local anesthetic.

Electrolysis removes hair permanently. The result of electrolysis depends on the number of sessions and the characteristics of the patient. Guarantees complete cessation of the growth of unwanted hair one can not give - sometimes shortly after electrolysis they start to grow again.

Temporary hair removal methods Hair Removal: Which method is right for you?  Hair Removal: Which method is right for you?
   better. The choice of method of hair removal Hair removal: perfect skin without hair  Hair removal: perfect skin without hair
   - A private matter of each person. Electrolysis is usually chosen to remove hair on significant parts of the body that cause particularly severe discomfort. Remove such hair with a razor ineffective, and the wax can cause a temporary, though, but rather a strong reddening of the skin. Therefore, electrolysis may be the most effective way to remove individual hairs on the body.


Facts about electrolysis

Electrolysis - a time-tested method of hair removal, which was invented more than 100 years ago. Electrolysis can be used on almost all areas of the skin.

Electrolysis causes no permanent side effects. Sometimes, after the procedure, there is a slight reddening of the skin, but it quickly passes.



Electrolysis is not recommended for the following offenses:

  • Skin diseases;
  • Cuts, abrasions;
  • Keloid scars;
  • Bruises;
  • Sunburn;
  • The inherent sensitivity to any form of skin friction;
  • Dermatitis;
  • Reduced sensitivity of the skin;
  • Hypertension;
  • Malignant neoplasms, or tumors of unknown origin;
  • Bronchial asthma;
  • Vascular disorders;
  • Hepatitis B and C;
  • Heart disease;
  • Epilepsy;
  • Pregnancy;
  • Endocrine disorders.


The procedure

Electrolysis can be carried out in several different ways, the most common of them - electrolysis and thermolysis. When thermolysis uses high-frequency current, which is sent to the hair follicle and creates a warm there. This heat deprives moisture bulb, limits the flow of blood, it destroys the living cells and thereby destroy the follicle.

Electrolysis uses a galvanic current. As a result of its exposure to the alkali formed, which also destroys the hair follicle.