Three Common Myths And Facts About Electrolysis For Hair Removal

Every procedure or treatment modality has myths due to misunderstanding and wrong ideas about the procedure. Electrolysis also has various untrue myths. One should guard against such myths. Because, myths usually make a person take a wrong decision.ID-10023345

Myth one: Electrolysis for removal of unwanted hair is painful.

Fact: There may be uncomfortable feeling during the procedure, but it is certainly not painful. Even the discomfort felt is not unbearable and in fact it is just mild discomfort. Modern electrolysis devices have reduce the uncomfortable feeling further, as many modern devices use heat or chemical on the hair follicles for removing hairs instead of electric current. If the discomfort is more, topical anesthetic can be used to reduce the discomfort. Hence, the myth that electrolysis for hair removal is painful is totally wrong.

Myth two: Temporary hair removal methods are better.

Fact: It certainly depends on the user to decide what is best for him/her. But to say temporary methods are better is certainly wrong. There are many advantages of electrolysis over other methods of hair removal, such as the result is usually permanent hair removal and hair free skin. Although, ultimately the user decides which method is bet for her/him. One should learn about other methods of hair removal too, to know which is best for her/him. For example, creams or liquids used for hair removal have various chemicals that may have potentially serious side effects (such as severe allergy or anaphylactic reaction), waxing can be painful and results are temporary and need specific length of hairs for effectiveness (during these time the user has to bear with the hairs), laser hair removal cannot be done in the areas near the eye, such as eyebrows or eyelashes. Shaving is most commonly used temporary hair removal method, but it has various disadvantages. Hence, if you want a permanent hair free skin, it is better to select electrolysis. Make sure to select an expert electrologist for your electrolysis. Read more…

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Posted by admin - October 25, 2014 at 14:40

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Hair Removal With Electrolysis

Electrolysis is a method for hair removal, where individual hair follicles are destroyed using electrolysis device which passes electric current using tiny needle. Nowadays electrolysis devices are available that uses heat or chemical (instead of using electric current) for destroying hair follicles. The tiny needle or fine probe is inserted into individual hair follicle and the hair is pulled out using a tweezers.

Electrolysis is a safe hair removal procedure and it can be used in almost all areas of the body including eyebrows, where most of the hair removal procedures cannot be used. Side effects of electrolysis are minimal and not permanent in nature, if any. Sometimes redness of skin is seen as side effect, which is short lasting.

Unwanted hair growth may be due to hormonal influence or it may be hereditary (e.g. hirsutism). There are also other cause of unwanted excess hair growth such as medications, certain illnesses etc. Hair is essential for skin for various reason, however, if hairs are present in unwanted areas (such as face in women, bikini line in women), they may need to be removed using electrolysis, because it has many advantages over other methods of hair removal.

How many sittings may I need for hair removal with electrolysis?

The exact number of visits/sittings required for satisfactory result is difficult to predict. However, one requires several visits for satisfactory result. There are multiple factors that influence result of hair removal with electrolysis, as is the case with most other methods of hair removal. The total number of sittings required vary from individual to individual and also to a great extent on the operator of the electrolysis device and his/her skill at handling the device. Generally one sitting is arranged every week till satisfactory result is achieved. The best part of using electrolysis for hair removal is that the result of hair removal is usually permanent after treatment is completed. Depending on the size and location of the area to be treated, hair removal with electrolysis requires from 15 minutes to one hour for every sitting/visit. Read more…

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Posted by admin - October 24, 2014 at 14:33

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Three Frequently Asked Questions About Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is commonly used procedure for removing unwanted hairs from various areas of the skin. As it is commonly used procedure and fairly new technique (in use for last three decades only), compare to many other hair removal procedures, many people can have some questions.ID-100275443

  1. Why and in which part of skin laser hair removal commonly is done?

The main purpose of laser hair removal is to remove unwanted hairs from areas of skin where an individual may not like presence of any hairs or as a fashionable thing. Common locations for laser hair removal are legs, upper lip, chin, bikini line, armpits etc. But laser hair removal technique can be used for removing hairs from any area of the skin, except around eyes, because there is risk of damage/injury to the eyes. It is up to the user from which areas of skin hairs need to be removed.

  1. What are the possible risks and side effects associated with laser hair removal?

Usually laser hair removal is a safe procedure. However sometimes, some people may experience various risks and side effects after undergoing laser hair removal, such as irritation of skin, changes in pigment of skin etc. Skin irritation after laser hair removal is usually temporary in nature and include swelling, redness and discomfort. Usually skin irritation disappear within a day or two. Pigment changes (there may be lightening or darkening of skin where laser hair removal is used due to changes in the skin pigment) that may occur after laser hair removal is also temporary in nature. These side effects may occur if the operator of the instrument is not skilled. Read more…

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Posted by admin - October 22, 2014 at 14:36

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Role of Nutrition in Management of Tuberculosis

Nutritional status of tuberculosis patient is an important indicator of outcome or prognosis of treatment of tuberculosis. Good and balanced nutrition is very important for good prognosis of tuberculosis patients. Without proper nutrition, administration of antibiotics may not be very useful, hence, management of tuberculosis includes provision of adequate nutrition too. We know, that nutrition plays an important role in tuberculosis, but it is a complex condition and difficult to explain clearly. In absence of adequate nutrition, there may be increased side effects of antibiotics and patients may refuse to continue with treatment.ID-100151257

Following nutritional needs are recommended by experts:

Energy requirement during tuberculosis treatment:

Tuberculosis infection increase need for energy (calorie). Most of the time the patient is under-nourished, which also increase the need for energy. Current recommendation is approximately 35-40 calories (kilo-calories) of per kilo ideal body weight for the age, height and sex of the tuberculosis patient. For example, if a person’s ideal body weight should be 70 kilos, he should consume approximately 2,800 calories a day during treatment of tuberculosis. Additional calories should be added to it, depending on the work done by the patient. If patient is also HIV positive, additional 10% calories need to be added in diet. In presence of AIDS (active HIV), the patient should be provided extra 20%-30% calorie, to be able to maintain body weight.

Protein requirement during tuberculosis treatment:

Tuberculosis increase catabolism in body, which increase protein requirement during tuberculosis treatment, to prevent muscle wasting. The recommendation is to take 1.2 gram to 1.5 grams of protein per kilo body weight (which is approximately 75-100 grams daily) or 15% – 20% of total calorie intake, during tuberculosis treatment. Protein requirement is approximately 0.8 to 1 gram per kilo body weight for normal individuals. Read more…

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Posted by admin - October 21, 2014 at 14:23

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Seven Frequently Asked Questions About Waxing

Waxing is commonly used for hair removal. It has several advantages and disadvantages. As it is commonly used technique, you may have various questions in mind. Here are some frequently asked questions about waxingID-100272045

How long the effect of waxing last and how frequently waxing is required?

The effect of waxing lasts usually from 3 weeks to 6 weeks. The effect will last longer after using waxing for several years. Hence, waxing may be done every 3-6 weeks. In fact some individuals may get permanent result, i.e. the hairs may not regrow, after using waxing for 10-15 years. But everybody cannot be lucky to get permanent result. Waxing pulls off the hair follicles and hair growth is slow and over time the growth may stop, in some individuals.

What should be the length of hairs for waxing?

The hairs should be at least 1/4th inch for waxing to be useful. Too long hairs are not suitable for waxing. The maximum length of hairs should be not more than ½ inch. Too short hairs do not provide adequate grip for the wax and too long hairs may result in breaking of hairs, which will not serve the purpose of waxing.

Will waxing result in hair to grow back thicker or darker?

Certainly not. Waxing causes hair to grow light in color as well as thinner. During regrowth of hairs, they become thinner after waxing. This is because, waxing pulls off the hair follicles, whereas shaving cuts the hairs at skin surface level or below skin surface, hence, when hairs regrow after shaving they look thicker, because the cut ends are blunt. Read more…

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Posted by admin - October 20, 2014 at 14:44

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Advantages And Disadvantages of Waxing

Waxing is a commonly used hair removal procedure. Like any other method of hair removal, waxing also has advantages and disadvantages. Hence, before you decide to use waxing for hair removal, it is important to know advantages as well as disadvantages of waxing and then decide, whether to use waxing for hair removal or not.ID-100275483

Common advantages of waxing for hair removal:

  • Waxing is cheap way of hair removal
  • Waxing does not take much time for hair removal, and suitable for busy people too
  • Effect of waxing can last for 3-6 weeks, which is a great advantage, because you have do waxing (hair removal) less frequently, unlike shaving which you may have to do daily
  • Waxing makes skin smooth and glowing
  • Regular use of waxing makes the hair lighter, hair shafts become thinner, unlike shaving, which cut the hair and the growing end is thick and hair looks thicker as a result
  • Regular use of waxing can damage hair follicles and may leave permanent hair free skin after waxing for several years
  • You can do waxing at home easily, without need of expert supervision
  • Waxing can be used for large areas for hair removal, at short time
  • If used properly, waxing does not cause irritation, redness or itching
  • Waxing leaves healthy and glowing skin, because it also exfoliates the skin, which makes skin shiny and glowing
  • Waxing can be done in all areas of skin

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