Electrolysis Versus Laser Hair Removal

Why electrolysis is a safer and a more effective way to remove hair.

Electrolysis is the only method of Permanent hair removal approved by the BMA and the FDA in the US.   Some lasers but not all, are cleared to advertise permanent hair reduction, but never permanent hair removal.

Electrolysis is safe for all skin types. No matter if your skin is very white and sensitive or if you have very dark skin, electrolysis can be performed on any area and any skin type.

Electrolysis works on all hair types. Curly, straight, brown, white, black, blond, red or dark hair, this treatment will permanently remove unwanted hair.

Electrolysis can be performed in any area of the body, including very near the eye, like the cheekbone and eyebrow where treatments can be perfectly designed to match the shape of the face.

Electrolysis can successfully treat distorted hair.

Electrolysis machines have up to 550 programs for each body part. That means that the machine power can be adjusted, and is not the same if you treat an eyebrow versus if you treat a lip area or a chin.

Electrolysis can be performed in any stage of hair growth, and have successful results. In laser, the only time you can get a successful result is when the hair is in a stage called anagen. It is highly unlikely that ALL of your hair will be in that stage at the same time.

With Laser Treatments you need to avoid the sunlight for long periods, especially if you do laser on your face repeatedly.

Electrolysis will never damage your skin to a nerve level. If you have a laser treatment from a person that is not well trained, you can have nerve damage or up to third degree burns.

Laser emits radiation which can cause nerve damage, burns or hypersensitivity right after the treatment, or worse, permanent skin damage that may appear up to 20 years after treatment.

Laser can be very painful. Now electrolysis treatments with the APILUS PLATINUM are so comfortable that you can even sleep while you are having your treatments. so when it comes to Electrolysis Versus Laser there is really no comparison.