Laser hair removal is a method of hair removal in which the laser device selectively targets the dark pigment in the hair. The laser energy is absorbed down to the hair root, converting the energy to heat which destroys the root of the hair without affecting the surrounding skin.
Electrolysis is a method of hair removal in which a small, thin needle or metal probe is passed into the opening of the skin where the hair grows down to the root of the hair. A low-level electrical current then passes through the needle or metal probe leading to the destruction of the hair follicle and with time, makes it impossible for hair to grow out of that follicle again.
Laser Hair Removal Vs Electrolysis: Which Is Better?
Laser hair removal and electrolysis are both great for removing unwanted hairs. However, there are some differences that help to arrive at the better option for an individual.
|Laser Hair Removal||Electrolysis|
|preferred for people with significant hair growth.||preferred for people with few hair strands.|
|effective on only dark hairs.||effective on both dark and grey hairs|
|considered a form of permanent hair reduction||considered a form of permanent hair removal|
Laser hair removal and electrolysis require multiple sessions to achieve results. The choice of procedure depends on hair thickness, number of strands and colour of hairs.
Whichever method of hair removal you choose from the two, we are here to help! Simply call us on 09086000001!