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How do you use a Sterex electrolysis machine?
Electrolysis treatment techniques
- Switch off the thermolysis setting.
- The client should still be holding the indifferent electrode.
- Increase the timer to 10.0 as a minimum starting point.
- Leave the galvanic intensity on the same setting from Technique 3 or start at 15.
- Treat the follicle and gently release the hair.
What is High Frequency electrolysis?
This uses a high frequency alternating current that is passed down through the needle to the hair follicle. The high frequency causes vibration in the cells of the hair follicle to produce enough heat to cauterize the hair bulb.
What is Sterex diathermy?
Sterex is world renowned as the brand that electrologists know, use and trust for electrolysis and diathermy. We partner with esteemed professionals to deliver the hair removal and blemish removal services that restore confidence and help boost client self-esteem. Diathermy for Dentists.
What is Sterex used for?
The Sterex collection of aftercare products have been formulated and extensively tested to calm and soothe the skin after electrolysis, other hair removal techniques and blemish treatments. Ideal for use immediately after treatment in clinic and for use at home.
How do you do advanced electrolysis?
Advanced electrolysis works by using an electric current and a very fine needle to cauterise a skin imperfection. Our experienced and highly trained advanced electrolysis practitioners use a sterilised and disposable probe and variable current.
What are 3 methods of electrolysis?
There are three modalities of electrolysis treatment: galvanic, short wave diathermy and blend. They all have comparative benefits and disadvantages and should be used in accordance with individual clients’ needs and situations. All three modalities require moisture for effective treatment.
What should you not do after electrolysis?
- DO NOT TOUCH.
- APPLY ANTIBIOTIC CREAM.
- DO NOT SCRATCH.
- DO NOT PICK.
- APPLY COLD COMPRESS. to reduce inflammation and swelling.
- STAY OUT OF THE SUN.
- AVOID HOT TUBS, SAUNAS, AND POOLS.
- DO NOT WORKOUT.
How many hours does electrolysis take?
An electrolysis treatment lasts anywhere between 15 minutes and one hour.
What is Apilus electrolysis?
Apilus is one of the only electrolysis brands guaranteeing gentle 100% hair removal. Electrolysis was first used as a means of hair removal in 1875, and today remains the only 100% hair removal method recognised by regulatory agencies.
Is at home electrolysis effective?
Yes, for what it does, electrolysis is effective. But there’s only so much work you can have done in a single sitting. And it’s significantly less than you can achieve during a session with an at-home laser hair removal device. To significantly reduce the hair on your body would require multiple sessions.
Does electrolysis work on broken capillaries?
Electrolysis can treat thread veins and broken capillaries on the face and upper body. The ultra-fine needle cauterises blood in the damaged area to clear the blemish.
How long does it take for advanced electrolysis to heal?
After Treatment This may last for anywhere between 5-14 days while the skin imperfection heals. It is also common to experience redness and swelling for the first 24 hours. Whilst the skin is healing at home, please make sure to use aloe vera and SPF.
What are the 2 types of electrolysis?
There are three types of electrolysis: galvanic (which chemically dissolves the follicle), thermolysis (which uses localized heat), and blend (which utilizes both methods).
How can we make electrolysis more effective?
Electrolysis Tips and Advice
- For a more comfortable treatment avoid caffeine for a few hours before your appointment.
- Gently exfoliating your skin before your treatment opens up the follicles and lets the unwanted hair slide out more easily.
- If your electrologist can’t see the hairs, they can’t zap the hairs.
How many hairs can electrolysis remove in an hour?
Accelerated Multi-Probe Galvanic (MNG). Typically with just single needle galvanic you use one needle, hair by hair. With the Multi-Probe method we use up to 16 needles at a time, making electrolysis in larger areas much faster, removing 100 hairs per hour up to 600 hairs in a 4 hour session.
Can I wax in between electrolysis?
Your electrologist’s skill and your commitment are decisive factors to reach your goal of permanency in the shortest amount of time. Once you start Electrolysis refrain from plucking, waxing or threading. Any method that requires to pull the hair from the root will slow down your progress.
Why choose sterex for electrolysis?
Sterex is world renowned as the brand that electrologists know, use and trust for electrolysis and diathermy. We partner with esteemed professionals to deliver the hair removal and blemish removal services that restore confidence and help boost client self esteem. Brilliant!
What are the different types of electrolysis for hair removal?
Three Types of Electrolysis For Hair Removal | Sterex Three modalities of electrolysis There are three modalities of electrolysis treatment: galvanic, short wave diathermy and blend. They all have comparative benefits and disadvantages and should be used in accordance with individual clients’ needs and situations.
Is sterex training worth it?
I would recommend Sterex training as being extremely beneficial to all aesthetic primary care nurses. Outstanding and thorough training given/excellent manuals. Really loved the course, always as good as expectations!