Electrologists’ essential work tool, a probeholder can be manipulated hundreds of times every day. A simple action that can seem harmless, when performed that often, can therefore increase in scale and significantly reduce the product’s lifespan. Here are 5 tips that will allow you to use your probeholder for longer!
This is a question that gets asked time and time again, but to which it is very hard to give a precise answer. Indeed, we do not claim to have the ability to determine in advance the duration of a complete electroepilation treatment for every client and every region; the evaluation is always approximate, because many factors directly influence treatment planification.
There are many influence factors that can affect the hair cycle such as age, heredity, hormones, medication, nutrition and even stress. Nevertheless, we all share the same hair cycle, broken down into four phases: anagen, catagen, telogen and exogen.
Although they are very small instruments, probes are an integral part of an electroepilation treatment and can have a considerable impact on the latter. However, it can be hard to find your way around all the available options and use the right probe with every client. We are here covering this subject to help you choose the right probe for every treatment, in order to maximize results and client satisfaction.
Have you been in the electroepilation field for a while, but somehow this notion got blurry over time? Are you a new electrologist still learning the basics? Or a client that wants to better understand the treatment? Here is a simple explanation applied to the electroepilation field of what is a megahertz.
High frequency current is the electrologist’s main tool. It is therefore important to know and understand it to be able to perform efficient and comfortable electrolysis treatments. Thermolysis 101 for a quick update on your basic knowledge.
Before leaving on a trip, you’ll have many things to think about: luggages, bathing suits, not to mention your passport… Don’t forget to keep some time for hair removal! There are many efficient methods to get rid of unwanted hair: wax, electrolysis, photoepilation, etc. The choice of the method that suits you best depends, amongst others, on your budget and time that you want to spend on each session.
Electroepilation of the face is a very popular practice. In fact, what better way than electrolysis to get permanently rid of unflattering hair on the upper lip, chin and eyebrows! Facial hair removal, however, requires precision and attention because of the great sensitivity of this area. So here are a few tips from professionals to make your job easier and ensure your customers get the best results.
Any good electrolysis hair removal session has to be completed with post-depilation cares that provide the best healing and comfort after the treatment. One of your options is cataphoresis, also called positive ionization. It is a post-depilation care which uses continuous or galvanic current to restore the skin after hair removal.
Last year, Dectro organized the second edition of the popular Modern Electrolysis Symposium. Over 70 participants from all over the globe Continue Reading…