On January 27th and 28th, the first Modern Electrolysis Symposium was held at the Azimut-Smolenskaya Hotel in Moscow, Russia. And what a resounding success it was! The event was organized by our distributors in Russia and Ukraine, Epil-Pro Academy, and drew nearly a hundred participants from the region and beyond. Internationally renowned electrologists were also among the headline speakers, such as Mrs Janice Brown of House of Famuir in England, Mrs Maria Karabournioti of Beauté Marine in Greece and Mrs Daryna Blintsova of Epil-Pro in Russia. Браво (bravo) to the symposium’s organisers, speakers and participants!
Hair Removal au masculin: A Quick Guide
To some, putting “men” and “hair removal” in the same sentence might seem slightly odd. Yet it is hard to argue against the fact that masculine epilation has now gone mainstream. Indeed, more and more men are deciding nowadays to have their body and/or facial hair partially or completely removed, be it for aesthetic reasons, or say, to provide a performance advantage in sports. Whatever the motivations behind such a decision, there are many options available on the market, yet only a select few really are suitable for men’s specific needs. Let’s go through them, then, shall we?
Right out of the gate, one would be hard pressed to recommend any type of temporary solution, other than one’s usual shaving regimen. Waxing, for one, should be taken out of the equation. First, the elephant in the room: the discomfort such a procedure entails. This issue is especially acute for men, as pain increases in proportion to the density of hair growth. Then factor in the fact that such quasi-torture will have to be repeated indefinitely in the future, and at fairly frequent intervals, at that, and you’ll quickly understand why this is a no-go. But what about hair remover lotions, I hear you ask? Those too, arguably, are best treated with caution. Notwithstanding their patchy record of effectiveness, such products are by nature irritant – hence the high risk of causing undesirable skin reactions, especially if used on a regular basis.
But If You’re Serious About Hair Removal
Gentlemen, let’s be honest. Long term solutions where it’s at if you’re serious about getting rid of those unwanted hairs. And in any case, wouldn’t you want to take care of the issue once and for all?
The real choice, then, will be between photoepilation (IPL or laser), or electroepilation (AKA electrolysis). At first, photoepilation might seem to be the obvious path. For both IPL (which stands for “Intense Pulsed Light”) and laser can be used to treat large zones efficiently and quickly, which pays off when dealing with wider surfaces that exhibit a high density of hair growth (back, torso, legs). However, such techniques are not appropriate in certain other situations, such as when dealing with pale (or white) hairs, or darker skins. Specific areas of the body like eyebrows or… rather more intimate locations, shall we say, demand a more considered approach.
Electrolysis to the rescue
For those situations, electrolysis comes to the rescue. Indeed, this technique allows for a more targeted approach (as each hair is destroyed individually), which obviously comes at the price of speed (though a good operator will mitigate that difference significantly). In fact, Dectro’s Apilus xCell electrolysis device also boasts specific programs for men, whose hairs are bigger and hardier, which makes for an even more efficient (and attractive) treatment. Add the fact that electrolysis is the only treatment that will lead to total elimination of hair; laser or IPL will only lead to a reduction of pilosity (roughly 80%). Obviously, a trained specialist will be able to guide you and orient you towards the treatment that is more suited to your particular condition. For when it comes to hair removal, whether you are male or female, there simply is no room for improvisation; one is always better off getting help from professionals.
Académie Dectro partners with California Electrology Academy. Located in the suburbs of Los Angeles, in Corona more precisely, this new school will now offer the practical part of the various electroepilation courses offered by the Académie Dectro. Continue Reading…
The Apilus xCell is without a doubt the most advanced device on the market and offers its users many functions that simplify the use of the device and personalize the treatments. Because we like to please our customers, we thought that we could make your life easier and provide you 3 tips for using your Apilus xCell. You’re welcome!
All good things must come to an end! It is with a touch of nostalgia that Dectro announces that the Apilus Platinum Pure is now discontinued. After revolutionizing the electrolysis market a dozen years ago by introducing the 27 MHz frequency, this Dectro flagship device definitely passes on the torch to the new Apilus xCell technology. Continue Reading…
Dectro International is pleased to announce the arrival in France of its flagship brand of permanent hair removal equipment APILUS. Indeed, Dectro recently signed a distribution partnership with the company Medical Global Aesthetic (MGA) for the sale, training and service of the Apilus range. Continue Reading…
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.
The first ever electrolysis conference was held in Kiev, Ukraine, from 19 to 21 November. Organized jointly by the Electrolysis Association of Ukraine, the Epil-Pro Academy and Dectro International, this historic event marks the beginning of modern electrolysis in this country. Continue Reading…
Last year, Dectro organized the second edition of the popular Modern Electrolysis Symposium. Over 70 participants from all over the globe Continue Reading…