Short Wave Diathermy

Thermolysis is also known as short-wave radio frequency diathermy, radio wave, or short wave.It was developed in the 1940's when AC/DC current became much more common. This current is required because it is the electricity that kills the hairs. This is a process of hair removal that began in the middle of the twentieth century. It works by inserting a probe into the follicle, like you also do in electrolysis. Once the probe has been inserted into the hair follicle, the water molecules that are present in the hair begin to move around and produce heat. This is how the base of the hair is destroyed so that no hair can re-grow there in the future. For this reason, some people have actually chosen to combine this method with electrolysis. This is known as the blend method. The blend method is a lot quicker and it is also much more efficient, which is why it is becoming so popular. It…

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Electrolysis Hair Removal

Electrolysis is the only known method of permanent hair removal. This procedure can be very intimidating though, since a needle has to be repeatedly inserted into each hair follicle. Another reason why a lot of people find this procedure intimidating is because of its cost. A treatment averages between $60 and $100 per hour. You will require at least 1 session per week for a period of several months to more than a year. (Considering the growth of hair and area in question). This procedure works by inserting a needle into the hair shaft and then sending an electrical current to the hair follicle. While the hair itself is dry, the surface that is located directly beneath the skin is wet and contains a lot of minerals. This wet, mineral rich area is where the electrical current is sent. When it reaches this area a chemical reaction occurs and the hair follicle is dissolved in a permanent manner. Usually you…

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