Remove Unwanted Hair permanently for Mens
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Electrology is the only hair removal method recognized as permanent by the FDA.
The hair you see is not all the hair you have. Hair grows in cycles. That's why it takes more than one appointment to permanently clear an area.
Ask your electrologist for aftercare advice. We can recommend the product that is right for your skin and treatment program.
Talk to your electrologist about any questions or concerns. We want your experience to be as comfortable and effective as possible.
Clean skin releases unwanted hair more easily. Remove your makeup before your appointment, so the hair follicles are clean and accessible.
For a more comfortable treatment, avoid caffeine for a few hours before your appointment.
It's okay to shave between treatments, but never, ever tweeze!
Gently exfoliating your skin before your treatment opens up the follicles and lets the unwanted hair slide out more easily.
Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!
Drinking plenty of water helps unwanted hair slide right out.
If your electrologist can't see the hairs, they can't zap the hairs. Plucking, waxing, threading, or tweezing before your hair removal appointment reduces the number of hairs your electrologist can remove.
Oakbrook Hair Removal Clinic, Inc.
Kim Macchia, CPE
American Electrology Association
Certified Professional Electrologist
Bachelor of Science Degree
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A well groomed appearance is important in business as well as socially. Beyond that, some men just naturally have too much body hair for their own sense of style or their partner's aesthetic taste.
If you're not someone who cheerfully puts up with a time-consuming hair maintenance routine, you've found the permanent hair removal solution for men: electrolysis.
What areas of the body can be treated with electrolysis?
Back hair and ear hair come to mind, but other areas are part of the "manscaping" process. Some common areas of treatment are: eyebrows, especially if a unibrow is of concern; beard sculpting, to eliminate shaving on the cheeks and neck; neckline hair, to treat skin irritations and ingrown hairs; ear hair; back hair and shoulder hair. Competitive athletes also choose electrolysis for permanent removal of unwanted body hair.
How long will it take?
The length of a treatment, and the number of treatments to complete the process, will depend on the amount of hair to be removed. Defining brows or treating ears will take a lot less time than removing the heavy growth on a back. It is important to know that consistent clearings, of any area, will achieve permanence sooner than having sporadic appointments.
How long is each treatment session?
Treatment sessions can range from 15 minutes to more than an hour, depending on the area being treated. Based on a thorough and confidential consultation, a professional electrologist will provide you with a tailored treatment plan that will address your specific areas of concern.
How do I know that I'm getting good treatments?
The electrologist should explain all aspects of the treatments, recommend a treatment schedule that will help you accomplish your hair removal goals, and explain how you should take care of the treated skin.
Generally speaking, you should not feel the insertion of the probe into the hair follicle, nor should you feel like the hair is being pulled out when it is removed; the hair will easily slide out of the follicle when properly treated. You skin will likely be red after treatment. The redness should dissipate within the day. Your skin should not be unduly irritated and will heal normally if a few precautions are taken, as should be discussed during your consultation. If you have any questions, the electrologist should be happy to answer them to your satisfaction.
Can hairs around the groin or on the genital area be treated?
Hair can be safely and effectively removed from the groin and genital area. However, not all electrologists choose to work in these areas. Of those who do, some will require that you have other areas treated first, while others will require a medical referral before starting treatments. A professional electrologist should be able to refer you to a colleague if they do not treat these areas.
How do I find an electrologist who will work on these areas?
Find an AEA member electrologist near you. Call or email them to ask what requirements they have for treating the groin or genitals.