One Touch Electrolysis System – Hair Removal At Home!
Do you want to get rid of unwanted body hair but not crazy about the idea of going to a local beauty salon on a regular basis to get your costly electrolysis treatments? One Touch Electrolysis may be the solution for you! Unlike shaving or using hair removing cream where hair grows back, one touch electrolysis is ultimately a permanent solution. And the best part – you can have permanent results in the comfort of your own home!
During electrolysis, a small electrical current travels down a needle and then through the hair to the hair follicle. The follicle dies and therefore produces no more hair. At your local beauty salon, electrolysis prices range from $60 to $200 per session depending on the area being treated. If you have coarse hair or a large quantity of hair to be removed, numerous sessions may be required.
By contrast, it is now possible to purchase a home One Touch Electrolysis system for under $40. This system is perfect for removing hair on small areas such as the face or the bikini line. It can also be effective for ingrown hair removal. The downside of any electrolysis treatment including the home system is that you can only work on very small sections at a time. Doing too much at once can result in skin inflammation and irritation, and it is quite time consuming. For example, One Touch Electrolysis can be used for underarm hair removal, but for obvious reasons, it is very challenging to do this on yourself so you may need someone’s assistance. Even if you perform electrolysis yourself, you may have to do multiple sessions in order to complete the job.
You should know that electrolysis is not for everybody. People who have pacemakers, those who have a tendency to form scars, and pregnant women should not have electrolysis. People with certain medical conditions should not have electrolysis. These include those with skin pigmentation issues, diabetes, blood disorders, hepatitis, lupus, psoriasis, compromised immune systems or any chronic skin disease. If you fall into one of these categories you should discuss your desire to have electrolysis with your doctor. Unwanted complications like scarring, infection, and changes in skin pigmentation can be much more troublesome and harder to resolve than a few stray hairs.