Electrolysis is the only permanent method of hair removal. Beginning in 1875, continued medical research and development has made electrolysis a reliable and safe method of treatment recognized by the American Medical Association and the Federal Drug Administration. In addition to cosmetic need, electrolysis serves other functions, such as removing ingrown hair in order to prevent other dermatological problems due to disturbances connected with the hair follicle.
About Hair Growth
Medical science indicates that excessive, unwanted hair is primarily caused by three factors:
Normal Systemic Changes. Normal growth and development bring about changes in hair growth during puberty, pregnancy and menopause. Stress and illness can also be factors.
Heredity. Hereditary hirsute, excess hair growth, is common in all nationalities, some more than others. Electrolysis can permanently solve this problem regardless of the quantity of hair that needs to be treated.
Glandular Disturbances. The glands that make up our endocrine system can become imbalanced. This imbalance can result in growth of excessive hair. Medications can also be a contributing factor.
Common Treatment Areas
Jaw line & side of face
Beth Squire, Licensed Electrologist 270 Hanford Street Suite C Sutter Creek, CA 95685