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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

A very common condition which can be responsible for an excessive hair growth in women is known as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).

Indicates of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).

Hirsutism, acne, irregular periods, irregular or no ovulation and occassionally a discolouration of the skin, particularly under the arms (acanthosis niricana) The skin can have a very rough almost black appearance in some cases.

The condition can be managed, but not cured. It is usually necessary to use a combined approach for treatment between Doctors and Electrologists. Electrolysis is very useful to control this type of hair growth. In most cases of PCOS, Electrolysis works very well. It may take more time to complete treatment and some treatment may always be needed, but the results are very satisfactory overall.

No drug treatment needs to be given in symptomatic cases, but if Electrolysis alone is not improving the hair growth hormone treatment may be advised by a GP

 

 


 

Why Choose Electrolysis
- Electrolysis has been proven to be permanent.
- Electrolysis is medically approved.
- Electrolysis can be used on all hair & skin colours.
- Electrolysis has been used safely and effectively for well over 100 years.
- Electrolysis is affordable.
- In skilled hands it is comfortable.
- Electrolysis gives freedom from unsuccessful temporary hair removal methods.


About Electrolysis
Electrolysis has the longest known track record for safe effective permanent results for hair removal. It is the only medically approved form of permanent hair removal. Electrolysis is suitable for male and female, from the young to the older client.

There are three methods of Electrolysis;
- Galvanic
- Short-wave Diathermy
- Blend

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Frequently Asked Question
Does Electrolysis hurt?
Is there much skin reaction?
Can I have Electrolysis during pregnancy?
Are all hair colours suitable for Electrolysis?
Are there side affects?
What are the Sterilisation & hygiene standards?
What about needle free Electrolysis?

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
A very common condition which can be responsible for an excessive hair growth in women is known as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).

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