Electrolysis Hair Removal At Home


Most people often wonder if it would be possible to carry out an electrolysis hair removal at home.

Well, guess what? It’s actually possible.

But it’s highly not recommended.

In this article, I will provide:

• Information on why it’s really not recommended.

• A few skin care products for this procedure at home.

Just in case you still want to give it a trial.

• Alternatives to electrolysis.

And these alternatives would probably produce similar results as electrolysis.

But before we get into that.

Let’s take a short introduction to electrolysis hair removal.

This is majorly for those who are coming across this for the first time.

Electrolysis hair removal is a popular treatment procedure.

It is used for treating unwanted hair.

This procedure unlike others produces permanent results.

And it is the only permanent hair removal procedure cleared by the USA’s FDA.

This procedure is majorly carried out in a clinic under a qualified dermatologist.


This procedure on a normal is supposed to be carried out in a clinic.

However, this procedure can be carried out in the comfort of your home using certain devices.

This is however not recommended due to the following reasons:

1. It consumes a lot of time:

Electrolysis involves treating unwanted hairs one strand at a time.

Thus, it would require a lot of time and patience to treat all unwanted hairs.

And knowing how impatient most humans are: This might become frustrating.

And with this frustration, you are prone to making mistakes.

Which would in turn result in very bad consequences.

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Thus, it is better or advisable to leave this job to a trained professional.

2. Prone to making mistakes:

Regardless of how much we all try to be careful.

We are all prone to making mistakes.

And while some mistakes have no aftermath.

Electrolysis hair removal is different.

Mistakes during this procedure might leave you with injuries, infections, and scars.

Although this does not suggest that trained professionals do not make mistake(s).

But, carrying out this procedure under them reduces the probability that it would occur.

3. These DIY electrolysis machines are ambiguous in a sense:

Most DIY electrolysis machines are very complicated.

And although they come with manuals that should be easy to understand.

Misunderstanding or misperception may occur.

And the end product might be very bad.

And moreover, you may need to use them multiple times before you get used to them.

During these multiple usages, you may end up making costly mistakes.

Thus, it is a wise idea to visit a clinic instead.


Just in case you still want to give it a trial.

I’ve put together some of the best devices for electrolysis at home.

But before that, I believe it would be better if you check out these laser hair removal products.

Trust me, these products:

• Are very effective and affordable.

• Are easy to handle and use.

• Produce a somewhat permanent result after a single use.

And with overtime use, unwanted hairs might become a thing of the past.

1. Kenzzi’s IPL Permanent Hair Removal Handset

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For more information about this product, visit the Skinol Cosmetics online store.

2. Finishing Touch Hair Removal Laser

To learn more about this laser, visit the Skinol Cosmetics online store.

Now let’s get right to the DIY electrolysis devices:

1. B.Advanced Electrolysis Machine

You can purchase and learn more about this electrolysis machine on Amazon.

2. Versoe Machine

To order and learn more about this machine. Visit Amazon.

3. AVX400 Electrolysis Machine

For easy purchases and other details, visit this online store.

In conclusion, please ensure to use the devices above as instructed.

And before enough leave.

Kindly, visit the Skinol Cosmetics blog for other educative skin-related articles.

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Obi Christian

Christian Obi is a content writer with Skinol Cosmetics. In his free time, Christian enjoys writing, reading and cooking.
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