Our permanent hair removal San Diego medical spa focuses on the procedures that provide you with the longest lasting solutions for your unwanted hair. The biggest solution for permanent hair removal is electrolysis. This is the only procedure that is actually certified by the Federal Drug Administration and the American Medical Association as a permanent solution to your unwanted hair.
The Techniques Behind Our Permanent Hair Removal San Diego Process
Before we go into our medical spa’s state of the art permanent hair removal San Diego process for electrolysis let’s delve into the history of this technique.
Believe it or not, electrolysis is over 200 years as old. The process comes from when a direct electrical current runs through ionic substances. It was actually used in the early part of the 1800’s to uncover some of the basis elements that we know of today, such as Oxygen, Hydrogen, Calcium, Potassium, Sodium, and Magnesium among other elements. It is also responsible for helping scientists understand the process of aluminum.
Now that you have a historical understanding of the role of electrolysis, let’s talk about how our permanent hair removal San Diego medical staff can help you use this procedure to remove the hairs that plague your life forever. Banishing them to non-existence!
First, the only form of electrolysis that is permanent is needle electrolysis. Make sure that when you speak to our permanent hair removal San Diego team that you discuss using this option in order to make your unwanted hairs go away for good.
Second, part of the reason our permanent hair removal San Diego clients talk to us is because we use state of the art technology and facilities to keep you looking your best in a safe and serene environment. We only use trained professionals who can help you effectively remove these unsightly hairs from your body.
Third, ask our qualified staff about our experience and skill with using electrolysis. We pride ourselves on having the best staff possible to help you remove the blemishes from your body.
Fourth, make sure that once you are ready to move forward with us that you follow our team of doctors, registered nurses, and electrologists to the letter. Our rules are put in place for your safety, and we want to make sure that the procedure is quick and relatively painless.
Fifth, that brings us to pain and discomfort. There is a bit of pain and discomfort, but at the most this is simply a bit stinging and that is it. This is a lot less painful than waxing or tweezing.