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Electrolysis

Electrolysis

The ELECTROLYSIS Method


If you are ready to permanently remove unwanted hair and increase your self-esteem, the most proven, effective method is electrolysis using the IB PROBE.

Electrolysis involves inserting a very fine probe into a hair follicle, then activating an electric current which passes through the needle to the root of the hair, destroying the papilla. Once the papilla has been cauterized in this manner, the follicle can no longer produce hair.

An individual IB Probe is issued to each client. The IB Probe used at Lana Gray International, unlike the “straight needle”, has insulation along its shaft. The insulation prevents the discharge of electric current along the shaft and allows the current to concentrate at the tip, where the IB Probe meets the papilla. The non-insulated tip of the IB Probe is bulbous and slightly thicker than the insulated shaft. This assures contact between the tip of the IB Probe and the papilla. It further insures that the IB Probe cannot pierce the skin and can enter the skin only at the hair follicle opening. The result is the most effective method of permanent hair removal, with little discomfort, and no risk of tissue damage.


Advantages of Electrolysis:
 
Mature Technology – over 100 years old
Can treat “peach fuzz”
Can treat very light blond or gray hair
Permanent hair removal
 
 
Disadvantages of Electrolysis:
 
Slow for large areas
Mild pain
Redness and mild swelling at treated area for 1-3 hours after
                                                          
 FAQ'S ABOUT ELECTROLYSIS:

Is Electrolysis safe?
When performed by a Certified Professional Electrologist, it is safe. Our office is governed by the Board of Medicine for the State of Florida; therefore, we follow the latest infection control standards for the practice of Electrology. Here at Lana Gray International, the electrologists always wear gloves and strict sterilization methods are practiced.

Does Electrolysis cause scarring?
An unskilled operator can damage the skin. Make sure that you check out the reputation of your electrologist; don’t just choose based on convenience and cost. Schedule a consultation so you can evaluate the operator. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, such as which type of needle is used. There is one method of electrolysis that insures minimal discomfort. It is called the Insulated Bulbous Probe method.

Can Electrolysis be done on any part of the body?
Yes, except inside of the nose and ears. Unwanted hair problems can be a source of embarrassment anywhere on the body. Some of the most common areas treated include the lip, chin, brows, chest, breast, underarms, stomach, and swimsuit line. Don’t let excess hair detract from your looks and self-confidence. You can have treatments that will remove unwanted hair forever. With all the advantages of electrolysis, why not start now!

Is Electrolysis expensive?
Not really. Of course the initial time and cost is more, but remember that this is the only permanent method of hair removal and it will save you both hours and expense in the long run.
 


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Serving the Central Florida Area for over 20 years
Altamonte Springs, Debary, Deland, Deltona, Lake Mary, Longwood, Maitland, Orlando, UCF Area, Winter Springs.
Orange, Seminole, Volusia and Osceola Counties
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