Beeuty Yourself – Worsley

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Electrolysis Manchester

Electrolysis at Beeuty Yourself: Your Path to Permanently Smooth Skin

At Beeuty Yourself we offer electrolysis which is an alternative form of hair removal to laser.

Electrolysis is a great way to provide your clients with a permanent hair removal solution. With the power of electrolysis, you can help to say goodbye to unwanted hair and hello to smooth, hair-free skin.
At Beeuty Yourself, we are not just offering a service; we are offering a transformative experience. Our clients can trust in the expertise of trained professionals to provide safe and effective electrolysis treatments as I zap away those pesky hair follicles!
By offering electrolysis, I am giving my clients the opportunity to achieve long-lasting results whilst boosting their confidence. Whether you’re looking to remove hair from your face, underarms, bikini line, or anywhere else, Beeuty Yourself can be your go-to destination for a hair-free future.
Electrolysis is a method of hair removal that provides a permanent solution for unwanted hair. It involves the use of a fine, sterile needle inserted into each hair follicle individually. A small electric current is then applied to the follicle, damaging the hair root and preventing future hair growth.
The process of electrolysis works by targeting the hair follicle’s growth cells with an electric current. This damages the follicle and inhibits its ability to produce new hair. Over time, with multiple sessions, the treated hair follicles become weaker and eventually stop producing hair altogether.
Electrolysis is a versatile method that can be used on various body areas, including the face, underarms, bikini lines, legs, and more. It is suitable for all hair colours and skin types, making it an inclusive option for anyone seeking permanent hair removal. Especially on hair.   No pigment such as white or grey hair
It is important to note that electrolysis sometimes requires multiple sessions to achieve the desired results. The number of sessions needed depends on individual factors such as hair type, density, and growth cycle. The sessions are typically spaced out over several weeks or months to allow for the hair to cycle through different growth stages.
Electrolysis is considered a safe and effective method for permanent hair removal when performed by a trained professional myself at  Beeuty yourself.
If you’re considering electrolysis, it’s recommended to consult with a licensed electrologist who can assess your specific needs and provide personalized treatment.

Remember, electrolysis is a long-term commitment, but it offers a permanent solution to unwanted  – If you’re looking for the best Electrolysis Manchester has to offer, then look no furher!


What is electrolysis, and how does it work for permanent hair removal?

Electrolysis is a method of removing individual hairs from the face or body. It destroys the growth centre of the hair with chemical or heat energy. During electrolysis, a fine probe is inserted into the hair follicle at the skin’s surface. The hair is then removed with tweezers. This process is unique because it targets the hair follicle itself, rather than just the hair, making it a highly effective method for permanent hair removal. The FDA recognizes electrolysis as a permanent hair removal method, as it disables the hair follicle’s ability to grow hair.

What makes electrolysis different from other hair removal methods like laser and waxing?

Electrolysis differs from other hair removal methods in several key ways. Unlike waxing, threading, or plucking, which only remove the hair above the skin or temporarily damage the follicle, electrolysis permanently destroys the hair follicle’s ability to regenerate. This means that once a hair follicle is treated successfully, it cannot produce new hair.

Laser hair removal, on the other hand, targets the pigment in the hair and may not be effective for individuals with light-coloured hair (blonde, grey, white) or those with darker skin tones. Electrolysis does not rely on pigment and therefore can be used to treat all hair colours and skin types. Additionally, laser hair removal is considered permanent hair reduction, not removal, as some hair may regrow over time, whereas electrolysis offers permanent removal.

Is electrolysis truly permanent?

Yes, electrolysis is considered a truly permanent method for hair removal. The FDA and the American Medical Association recognize it as the only permanent method of hair removal. When performed by a skilled and experienced electrologist, electrolysis destroys the hair follicle’s ability to grow hair, ensuring that treated hairs will not regrow.

What are the different types of electrolysis treatments available?

There are three main types of electrolysis treatments, each utilizing a different method to destroy the hair follicle:

Galvanic Electrolysis: This method uses a chemical reaction to destroy the hair follicle. A direct current is sent down the needle to the follicle, where it reacts with the saline and water in the follicle to produce sodium hydroxide, effectively destroying the hair growth cells.

Thermolysis (High-Frequency or Short-Wave): Thermolysis uses heat to destroy the hair growth cells. A high-frequency current is sent down the needle, generating heat in the follicle to cauterize and destroy the hair growth cells.

The Blend Method: This combines both galvanic and thermolysis techniques, using both heat and chemical reactions to target the follicle. This method is often considered the most effective, as it combines the strengths of both approaches.

Can electrolysis be performed on any part of the body?

Yes, electrolysis can be performed on almost any part of the body. Common treatment areas include the eyebrows, face (upper lip, chin, cheeks), abdomen, thighs, breasts, and legs. It is also suitable for sensitive areas like the bikini line. The versatility of electrolysis makes it an excellent option for those looking to remove unwanted hair from specific areas of their body.

How long has electrolysis been used for hair removal?

Electrolysis has been used for hair removal for over 140 years. It was first invented in 1875 by Dr. Charles Michel, initially to remove ingrown eyelashes. Since then, it has evolved and improved significantly, with advancements in technology making it more effective and comfortable for patients.

Is electrolysis safe for all skin and hair types?

Yes, electrolysis is safe for all skin and hair types. Unlike laser hair removal, which targets the melanin in the hair and can be less effective or riskier for certain skin types and hair colours, electrolysis works by destroying the hair follicle itself, regardless of the hair’s colour or the skin’s pigment. This makes it a universally applicable method for permanent hair removal. However, it’s important to choose a qualified and experienced electrologist to ensure the best results and minimize the risk of any side effects.