A very fine needle-shaped electrode, or metal probe introduces an electrical current into each hair follicle to destroy the root, and this can be galvanic, thermolysis or a blend.
Hair growth in has three stages: growing (anagen), resting (catagen) and shedding (telogen). The hair growth cycle will differ in different stages of growth on all of the body and it is due to this that multiple sessions are needed. A hair has to be in the anagen phase for electrolysis hair removal to be most effective- similar to laser hair removal.
It has the best track record. Electrolysis has the best overall results (on small areas), versus any other method, in getting rid of hair for longer periods of time if not permanently.
All skin types and hair colours can benefit. Unlike IPL (intense pulsed light) it does not target pigmentation (this determines hair and skin colour), but attacks and works to destroy the hair follicle itself.
When choosing a course ensure that it includes both theory and a wide variety of practical content. Every course should include:
The course lasts two days. If you feel that you need 'top-up' training, you are welcome to return and attend another electrolysis course.
The course cost includes use of all machines. We would expect you to have an electrolysis kit, which you can bring along or purchase through the Academy. We take payment via PayPal or cash.
In order to complete this course, a student will have to have a waxing certificate, which can be gained at the Academy.
Please see below our list of upcoming courses. Click on the course for further information, request a call or email regarding the course or book now!
|Electrolysis. ** Price reduced from £700+VAT||2||21/10/2017||22/10/2017||£550 ||Info||Enquire||Book!|
|Electrolysis. ** Price reduced from £700+VAT||2||18/11/2017||19/11/2017||£550 ||Info||Enquire||Book!|
|Electrolysis. ** Price reduced from £700+VAT||2||9/12/2017||10/12/2017||£550 ||Info||Enquire||Book!|