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Electrolysis Hair Removal

Electrolysis is one of the best hair removal options for women and men. It's a safe, painless procedure that requires no downtime and can be done in minutes.

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About Electrolysis

What is electrolysis hair removal?
Electrolysis is a non-invasive hair removal technique that uses an electrical current to remove hair. The procedure is painless and requires no downtime. When it comes to removing hair from the face, electrolysis is the only real way. Although laser hair removal can remove hair, it doesn't remove the root of the problem—it just removes the hair itself. To get rid of the root, you need to use electrolysis. 
How does electrolysis work for hair removal?
Electrolysis is the process of using an electric current to remove hair. Several methods are used in the treatment, but the most common one is called "cold-plasma" electrolysis. The basic idea behind this method is that a very low-temperature electrical current is passed through a small area of the scalp, resulting in hydrogen gas bubbles forming that destroy the hair follicles.
Does electrolysis hair removal hurt?
I've heard many people say that they're afraid to get electrolysis done. They're worried about pain; they're concerned that it will hurt. If you've ever seen an advertisement for a "no pain, no gain" type of service, then you've probably heard about electrolysis hair removal. This method involves the application of tiny, electrically charged needles to the scalp in order to remove hair. The truth is that electrolysis hair removal is an entirely safe procedure. It's a great way to remove unwanted hair that you can't seem to get rid of, and the pain is only felt when the needle is inserted. The actual procedure is quick and easy, and there are no risks involved—it's just a matter of deciding whether or not you want to take the plunge. 
What electrolysis is used for?
There are a variety of uses for electrolysis. You may be familiar with the term "electrolysis" from high school biology class, which was used to describe the process of dissolving metals. Today, however, it's being used in other ways, including dermatology, dentistry, and plastic surgery. The common use of electrolysis is a medical procedure that removes hair from the body. It's also a great way to remove hair from the face. 

Insurance for Electrolysis


We recommend commercial general liability insurance and professional liability insurance. Commercial general liability insurance will cover any third party injuries that happen on your property. For example, if the electrolyte solution splashed out and ruined the flooring, it would be covered, or if a client steps in the facility and slips on a wet bed whether there was a sign up or not, commercial general liability insurance will cover it.  Professional liability insurance will cover legal fees and compensation associates with negligent occupational errors. For instance, if a technician ruined a batch of gold plated metals, professional liability insurance would cover it. Insurance is always a good idea, a paramount safety net should any unforeseen events happen. Protect you and your business with insurance.


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