Epilight when Intense Pulsed Light treatment is carried out properly there should be no hair present shortly after treatment until just a couple of weeks before the next cycle of hairgrowth.
When done correctly, a typical treatment of a facial area will be once every 10 weeks.
It has nothing to do with how quickly your hair grows. Don't forget this treatment destroys about 25% of hairgrowth with each treatment and sometimes the percentage is higher, which means less treatments in all.
Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (ACP) treatments using electrolysis are becoming incresingly popular as knowledge about these fantastic treatments increases. A wide diversity of skin blemishes can be treated with immediate and effective results offering an eventual blemish free smooth skin.
Allow your electrolysis specialist to care and support you in a practical sense by removing any unsightly skin blemish that may have affected your confidence and well being recently or throughout your life.
As far back as the early 1900's electrolysis was being used for the treatment of port-wine marks, broken capillaries, spider naevi, warts and even xanthomas (yellow pigmented spots or plates found on the eyelids).
Today it has progressed a long was and with ongoing improvements and modern technology it is safe, comfortable and effective treatment still very much in demand today.
A Short Wave Diathermy epilator can adequately coagulate cells which create hairgrowth when in the hands of a skilled operator as well as treating such things as dilated capillaries, skin tags etc (See Advanced Cosmetic Procedures under skin conditions).
After inserting a fine wire into an individual hair follicle to the cells they can be cauterized with the electrical current. This destroys the cells which allow the hair to grow. This process releases the hair from the cells as the base of the hair follicle, which will then slide out freely when held in tweezers (this hair is not plucked).
IF YOU FEEL THE HAIRS BEING PLUCKED OUT THE TREATMENT HAS NOT BEEN CARRIED OUT SUCCESSFULLY.