Hair Removal Is An Ancient Practice
For thousands of years people have been trying to figure out the best way to get rid of body hair. Body hair removal actually dates all the way back to the ancient Egyptians. Egyptian women would use a variety of homemade hair removal products to provide them with a hair free body, something that was considered to be beautiful and essential for the upper class.
They would use beeswax, and even arsenic to make hair removal crèmes, and as the years went by the technology behind hair removal advanced greatly.
Electrolysis System Is Invented
In the late 1800’s the first form of electrolysis was invented by an ophthalmologist named Dr. Charles Michel. His system was invented to help patients suffering from ingrown eyelashes that were causing pain, and since this establishment the system has only improved.
As the 19th century came to a close electrolysis became more popularized as Dan Mahler created an electrolysis practice and equipment company based solely around electrolysis. This then led to the creation of additional techniques such as the multiple needle technique developed by Paul N. Kree of New York.
From that first forte into the world of electrolysis it has proven to truly be a breakthrough in the industry of permanent hair removal. In fact, medical experts of today believe that electrolysis remains to be one of the only effective and safe methods of permanently removing body hair.
While time and research has continued to develop methods of temporary hair removal, when it comes to permanent results, electrolysis continues to stand alone.
In recent years it has become a more popular and financially feasible option for the everyday American.
Available To Everyone
As the technology continues to improve, the availability of the procedure also continues to increase. One of the great benefits of this type of hair removal is that it works on all types of hair and skin and can be used almost anywhere on the body.
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