Electroepilation – is it really possible to get rid of hair permanently?

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Are you tired of the endless need to repeat hair removal procedures and have started to feel as if you are devoting too much time and savings to it? Always wanted to get rid of hair permanently? In this case, it may be beneficial for you to try electroepilation – it is not only a convenient way to permanently say goodbye to unwanted hair, but also an opportunity to save money in the long run.

This process involves the gradual destruction of the tissues responsible for hair growth. To better understand, we need to identify these tissues and consider the stages of hair growth.

We should also consider our own skin and the importance of ensuring that treatments are applied to the correct target areas to avoid damage to the skin’s surface. The skin consists of three main layers with many sub-layers, sensory bodies, cells of the immune system, fat cells (stem cells used to regenerate hair), glands, intercellular fluid, blood vessels and tiny capillaries.


If we take a closer look at the hair and the hair follicle, we will see that it is made up of many structures. The areas responsible for hair growth are the dermis, which are supplied with nutrients by small capillaries. There are also stem cells that are activated and stimulate the growth of new hair, so this element must also be removed during the electroepilation process.

The hair growth cycle is also an important factor in hair shedding.

The following phases of hair growth are distinguished:

  • anagen: the active phase of growth catagen: transitional phase

  • telogen: resting phase exogenous: displacement phase

  • Whenever possible, it is beneficial to perform the treatment during the early anagen (growth) stage of hair development, due to the high concentration of moisture. This phase of active growth depends on the type of hair and the area being treated. When dormant hair grows back, it is called “false regrowth” because it has yet to be treated.

  • Some treated hairs will grow back after the procedure, this is “true regrowth”. Those hairs that do grow back are usually weaker and stop growing completely as treatment continues.

How does electroepilation work?

In needle epilation, each hair is removed individually at the root. For this, a very thin and sterile needle is inserted into the right place and pushed to the root of the hair.

An electrical pulse is then sent directly to the hair follicle and destroys it. Finally, the hairs themselves are removed with tweezers. Another advantage of electroepilation is accuracy. Electrical impulses are sent directly to the required area. They only affect the root of the hair without damaging the surrounding skin. Therefore, it is especially suitable for places marked by tattoos or moles.

Who needs electroepilation?

Hair growth is normal, but sometimes people want to have an epilation because they are unhappy with where the hair grows (for example, between the eyebrows, above the upper lip or in the breast area). Additionally, some people experience unwanted hair growth due to genetics, hormones, certain medications, or illnesses such as polycystic ovary syndrome. It really doesn’t matter what motivates a person to remove hair, as long as it helps them feel better about their body.

The Sokrato Clinica team works for exactly that – to help you accept yourself and feel beautiful. Therefore, if you feel the need to say goodbye to unwanted body hair, try electroepilation! You can find more about the procedure and its prices here.


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