Electrolysis not only enables her to show her true outer beauty to the world, but also the inner beauty of her personality, which takes a back seat when her self confidence drops.
For most preteens and teenagers, it goes without saying that puberty is a difficult time in life.
There are the social pressures of trying to fit in with different circles. There are the family dynamics of becoming a young adult and learning your boundaries and discovering who you are as a person. And there are also the body changes. Hormone fluctuations, genetics and related issues can make a person feel insecure and awkward.
Electrolysis For Teenagers
As teens are coming into their own, physical changes such as unsightly hair can negatively impact body image and self-esteem. For teenage girls, it could be the growth of superfluous hair on the side of the face. For teenage boys, it may be the emergence of thick, bushy eyebrows. Some teenagers feel too embarrassed to speak about their hair concerns, while others go to a parent for advice.
If you're a teen or the parent of a teen, rest assured that there is a permanent solution for removing excess hair safely, comfortably and conveniently: electrolysis.
What is the youngest age for electrology treatments?
The earliest age for treatment depends upon the motivation of the young person. Girls as young as 12 seek treatments to remove hair on their upper lip. Teens and even pre-teens of both genders receive treatments to define or separate eyebrows.
There is no best age to start Electrolysis, but it is the only permanent and safe hair removal method known to be effective on all skin and hair types, regardless of the treated area.
With electrolysis in professional hands there are no side effects.
While fashion plays a huge role in teenagers lives, as parents we must be aware that excessive hair growth and unsightly embarrassing hair also plays a significant role in our children’s self-confidence and self-esteem.
Can young people tolerate the treatments?
Yes, new techniques, our Evolution 5HD machines with vector modulation help reduce the sensation of electrology treatments. It doesn't hurt.