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Is Permanent Hair Removal Possible?

Hair removal is a major part of the beauty industry in the United States. Millions of women and men spend money on shaving, waxing, depilatories, and other hair removal methods. Not only are these methods expensive over one’s lifetime, they have side effects as well. Irritation, ingrown hairs, razor burn, and other effects are a constant irritant for many people.

Many people may wonder if there is a way to permanently remove hair once and for all, eliminating the need to spend tens of thousands of dollars and deal with side effects over a lifetime.
Permanent hair removal is both possible and more affordable than most people think

Is Permanent Hair Removal Possible?

Many people believe that permanent hair removal is not effective, which is not the case. Electrolysis has been FDA approved for decades as a permanent method to remove hair. While there is upfront cost, electrolysis is cheaper over one’s lifetime than other methods of hair removal. Further, the results are undeniably pleasing: completely smooth skin with no stubble or razor burn.

Electrolysis: An FDA Approved Option

Electrolysis removes hair by sending an energetic pulse down a hair into the shaft. This energy permanently disables the follicle, so that it does not grow hair again in the future. Because the energy pulse must enter the follicle when it is in a growth phase in order to have the best effects, several treatments are needed. Many women and men find that electrolysis is uncomfortable, but it should not be truly painful.

While it may involve some discomfort and an investment of time, electrolysis has one main benefit: FDA approved, permanent removal of hair. These proven results make it one of the most popular long term hair removal treatments in the world.

What About Laser Hair Removal

Many people who are considering permanent hair removal wonder if the latest methods, including laser hair removal, are better options. Lasers in particular are becoming popular because the treatments are shorter and less uncomfortable than electrolysis. However, these treatments often do not permanently remove hair, instead thinning it or removing it temporarily. Electrolysis remains the only FDA approved method of permanent hair removal.

There is no need to deal with the hassle and expense of hair removal for the rest of one’s life. Electrolysis is a relatively easy way to get rid of hair permanently, allowing women and men to enjoy smooth and hair-free skin for the rest of their lives.

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