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Electrolysis Permanent Hair removal


This consequently protects the skin and prevents new hair growth.

100% permanent hair removal

This treatment is 100% effective.

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Since 1875, electrolysis has been and remains the only 100% permanent hair removal method recognized by government regulatory agencies. Indeed, electrolysis permanently destroys germ cells responsible for hair growth by way of insertion of a fine probe in the hair follicle and the application of a current adjusted to each hair type and treatment area.

Thanks to modern technology, Apilus electrolysis devices have revolutionized electrolysis treatments. The creators of Apilus have designed a state-of-the-art computerized electrolysis machine that limits the level of destruction within the hair follicle, targeting only germ cells. This consequently protects the skin and prevents new hair growth.

Apilus offers advanced technology with proven effectiveness in the field of permanent hair removal. Already in use in thousands of centres throughout the world, our Apilus electrolysis systems have demonstrated time and time again that they deliver more effective and more comfortable treatments, as well as much more rapid permanent results than any other hair removal method.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

It is 100% safe

Since high-frequency current is an alternating current that constantly changes polarity, it produces a constant attraction and repulsion of atoms within tissues
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Hair removal by electrolysis involves the application of a galvanic current, which triggers a physico-chemical reaction. The galvanic current produces lye (caustic soda) in the immediate vicinity of the negative electrode (probe), thus making it possible to destroy the papilla and surrounding tissues.

Combined Current

With the combined current technique, it is now possible to reintroduce galvanic current as a hair removal method. This technique enables electrologist to work with galvanic and high-frequency currents simultaneously still allowing each current to trigger its own reaction in minimal time, thus providing a high efficiency rate.

Hair removal using combined currents involves the combined application of galvanic and high-frequency currents. The underlying principle of the Blend technique is based on the theory of galvanic current, i.e. the production of lye through a chemical reaction. In the Blend technique, the high-frequency current is used to generate and diffuse low-intensity heat in the follicle.
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