Honestly, if I found an electrologists who could work fast enough to do a body clearing in a few days with local anaesthetic, I would be continuing with that electrologist for subsequent clearings despite the higher cost and time commitment (in terms of hours spent with the electrologist).
At that point, I'd be too concerned about elongating the process by introducing laser. Even though the hairs treated would be anagen, a considerable amount probably wouldn't respond effectively to laser, but they would still shed from the follicle and I would have to wait for their cycle to return.
I might save money, but it would be at the cost of elongating the whole treatment by a year maybe. Perhaps my understanding is flawed, so please feel free to correct me.
I did laser first anyway, and now electrolysis, and I'm pleased with the results of both, and more so the results of electrolysis. I still have laser done on areas that I can't yet treat with electrolysis due to time and money. I doubt I'll receive any more permanent results from laser, but the temporary result is far better than waxing and the cost is about the same when considering I can wait longer between laser appointments.
Edited by Scurvy (05/20/18 04:41 AM)