Permanent Hair Removal
Electrolysis Hair Removal
Electrolysis is a method of removing individual hairs from the face or body. Today's medical electrolysis devices destroy the growth center of the hair with chemical or heat energy. After a very fine probe is inserted into the hair follicle, the hair is removed with tweezers.
Most areas of the body can be treated with electrolysis, including the eyebrows, face, abdomen, thighs, breasts, and legs. There are generally no permanent side effects, but sometimes a temporary, slight reddening of the skin may occur.
How Many Electrolysis Treatments Will I Need?
Many factors influence hair growth, so you will need to return for several electrolysis visits. The total number of sessions needed to remove hair permanently from a particular area will vary from person to person. Most patients return once a week or every other week as needed. But the unwanted hair will be gone forever once the series of treatments is complete. Each treatment lasts between 15 minutes and one hour.
Myths About Electrolysis
Myth: Electrolysis is very painful. For most people, today's methods don't cause a lot of pain, but it can hurt. If you find it too uncomfortable, your doctor may be able to give you a topical anesthetic.
Myth: The electric tweezer method is permanent. The FDA and the American Medical Association recognize only electrolysis as a permanent method of removing hair. Some states prohibit those using or selling the electric tweezer from claiming it provides permanent hair removal.
Myth: Temporary methods of hair removal can be better. Chemical depilatories (liquids or creams) are often used to remove body hair. These products contain irritating chemicals and can be time-consuming and messy. Likewise, bleaches contain harsh chemicals and do little to disguise dark hair. They may also discolor skin. Waxing is another temporary method of hair removal and is usually done in salons. A hot wax is applied to the skin and removed once it has dried over the hair. The hair is stripped off when the wax is removed. Waxing can be painful and costly. Home waxing kits are available, but they can be messy and difficult to use. There are electrolysis devices available for home use, but they are often unsafe for use by anyone who is not trained in electrolysis.
- 36 Years of experience.
- 1st Doctors setup to start permanent hair removal in 1985.
- Most advanced equipments to do permanent hair removal.
- Available Valeda Combination Holistic Modes (Uniques modes invented by Dr Seema Bali and Rajesh Bali to give 5 times faster result as compared to conventional permanent hair removal techniques available in USA)
FAQs about Laser Permanent Hair Reduction
1. What is Laser Hair Reduction?
Laser hair removal utilizes beams of highly concentrated light designed to selectively penetrate into the hair follicles, to be absorbed by the pigment in the hair root and to separate the hair root from the hair follicle. The energy generated is capable of only opening the lock between the scales of hair root and those of hair follicle but the follicles still remain alive and is very well capable of creating a new hair. So the hair being removed from the base takes comparatively longer time to re-grow as compared to the time taken in conventional pulling like threading or waxing. In the year 1995 when US FDA gave approval to LASER as a gadget to effect hair removal, it denied the approval that LASER equipment could affect permanence. Having denied the permission to use claim 'Permanent Hair Removal' the equipment manufacture found it difficult to market their equipment. As they had to market the equipments in the target segment of suffere hoping for permanence therefore a misleading term 'Permanent Hair Reduction' was introduced. A variety of lase and light sources have been developed that may be employed in laser hair reduction. Various types of lase are utilized with laser hair removal – the most common of which are Alexandrite, Diode, Neodymium Yag and Intense Pulsed Light sources.
2. Is Laser Hair Reduction Safe?
Laser Hair Reduction is safe for very fair skin with very dark hair. Remember that LASER ray cannot distinguish between the melanin pigment of skin or that of hair. Wrongly selected skin and hair type might cause serious side effects.
3. Is Laser Hair Reduction Permanent?
LASER is a substitute of pulling methods like waxing and threading. Advantage is that while in pulling the hair reappear in 15days, the LASER may cause hair to reappear in 45days. No, the Laser Hair Reduction is not recognized as a permanent hair removal method by the US FDA.
4. What is the duration of treatment?
6-12 monthly sessions followed by lifelong maintenance.
5. Are you having any treatment which can give permanent results?
Yes of course, the Permanent Hair Removal has been practiced at Valeda since over 35 yrs. The Valeda Holistic Mode of hair removal treatment also corrects internal stimulating factors in our body.
6. Are you having any mode to give faster results than conventional Electrolysis Hair Removal?
Valeda Holistic Mode of hair removal treatment is capable of giving 5 times faster results than conventional Electrolysis Hair Removal as it also corrects internal stimulating factors in our body.
7. Can you tell me some home tips to control my unwanted hair?
Hair do not spring out of the soil as weeds do, they need to be encouraged, this encouragement may be a topical irritant resulting in increased microcirculation.
In the home care the best one must do is to avoid the stimulating factor like waxing, threading, tweezing, exposure to sun/ UV rays/ bleaching creams.
8. Where can I find more information about this?
You can follow us on our Valeda blog, facebook page @valedaclinic and YouTube channel @valeda doctor. Ever since the year 1990 our Dr Seema Bali is often invited to express her views on this topic on various TV channels. More than hundred of TV recordings of her programs are available on YouTube channel; please visit.
http://www.valedadoctor.com/hphr.html https://youtu.be/9IintyduREg https://youtu.be/np5qFp_mv2Y