At Advanced Electrolysis Clinic our state of the art machines allow us to treat more hair per session, which decreasing the amount of time you will need to achieve permanent results. Also, we only use insulated probes when treating stubborn facial hair, which works to protects your skin and provide the most comfortable hair removal experience possible.
While some GCS surgeons use techniques that do not required patients to permanently remove hair in the genital region prior to surgery, it should be noted that it is not possible to remove hairs in this area after the surgery has been completed.
Transgender transformation often starts with hormonal therapy, which can result in changes in the quality of the skin. For transgender women these changes can include softening, thinning, less oil production, itchiness, and sometimes the appearance of pigmentation on the skin. So, when starting electrolysis hair removal treatments, you need to pay special attention to your skins hydration as ignoring may cause skin sensitivity.
Most hormonal changes to the skin occur during the first 3 years of transgender reassignment, so it is vital to follow the right skin-care regimen in order to improve your skin health during your transition.