Fox Cities Electrolysis
Fox Cities Electrolysis offers Permanent Hair Removal services. No more shaving, waxing, plucking! Confidential, Safe, Permanent Hair Removal in Appleton. Serving men, women and teens.
Fox Cities Electrolysis Profile
Fox Cities Electrolysis offers Electrolysis - Permanent Hair Removal - for men, women and teens.
Our office is located in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Are you tired of wasting money and time on shaving, waxing, plucking, and other temporary hair removal methods? As of 1999 Electrolysis is the only FDA approved form of permanent hair removal!
*Up to date technology
*Hospital grade sterilization
*Disposable one time probe use
*Safe, confidential appointments
*Hair removal for all types of hair
*Easy online scheduling
*Unwanted Hair gone forever!
Electrolysis has been the only approved and effective form of permanent hair removal since 1875. A tried and true method for removing unwanted hair! The procedure involves gliding a fine sterile probe into each follicle alongside the hair shaft. A small, controlled, amount of electrical current is applied to the probe to target the germinative cells (dermal papilla) and the tiny blood supply that nourish the hair; this prevents hair re-growth.
Modes of Electrolysis:
Electrolysis, Thermolysis, and Blend, are the only three methods of permanent hair removal recognized by the American Medical Association.
Electrolysis --- Direct current (DC), also called Galvanic Current, is the original form of electro-epilation (and also the name of our profession). DC is used to achieve chemical destruction of the hair follicle by converting normal body salt and water in the hair follicle into a compound that destroys the dermal papilla.
Thermolysis --- Alternating current (AC), sometimes referred to as high frequency, diathermy, or short-wave, is used to create heat, which destroys the dermal papilla in the lower hair follicle. This heat cauterizes and destroys the nourishment for the hair. It is generally the fastest form of electro-epilation.
The Blend --- Both of the above currents are used simultaneously or sequentially to achieve dual action destruction of the hair follicle. This is comparable in time to electrolysis both being slower than thermolysis.