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Electrolysis is a permanent hair removal method for excess or undesired hair growth. Use on the rest of the body and to remove facial hair is safe. A skilled electrologist uses an electric current to remove the hair throughout your sessions. Both the surgery and its aftereffects are painless. A method of hair removal is electrolysis. A small wire is inserted by a qualified electrologist into the skin's surface-level hair follicle. The hair root is destroyed by an electric current that travels down the wire and out of the follicle. Damage to the follicles inhibits new hair from forming and leads to shedding of the old hair.

About a century has passed since the invention of electrolysis. It was initially created to get rid of irritating ingrown eyelash hairs. The only permanent hair removal procedure that has received FDA approval is electrolysis.

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