You are in a different situation from me. You see, you are working on Sibylla, rather than Sibylla working on herself. I dont think that I used a whole lot of thermolysis on myself ever because I think that kill rate depends largely on an accuracy of insertion that isnt all that feasible with the method that must be followed to work on ones-self.
You'll have to let me know how doing mostly thermolysis, starting as an amatuer, works out for you and Sibylla in terms of regrowth rates.I'd be very curious to know.
Pain and discomfort levels can be higher with blend.I've had to suck it up and just be a big girl and bear it for some areas. The center of the neck around the adams apple is very painful spot I found.
Why are you working with a timer if it's just you and her? Or is this because you are keeping track? I always worked until I reached my pain tolerance or got tired, or had to attend to my children or other obligations. To be honest, I didnt want to know how many hours it took, I just know that being an amatuer I didnt hold my kill rate up for comparison with that of the professionals. I didnt see it as relevant.I'm not being critical, if it is something that is of importance to you, but I didnt see the comparison as useful. I just put the hours necessary to remove the hair.
I often reused probes on myself over days at a time, as long as I didnt bend them. This saved me some money, but there is a risk of contamination of the follicle by doing this. I have a pill bottle I put all my used probes in from me and my clients. It's quite a few probes over time. You will probably want a lot of f4 and f5 probes if you can manage them, especially if you are working in thermolysis a lot. Bigger the probe, the more even your heat distribution will be.
EDIT! I wanted to point out something with the photo I posted earlier of the day my son was born specifically this picture:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/66437553/07-06-19%20021.jpg
. At that time, I was still often presenting female on a very regular basis, but hadnt transitioned. At the time this picture was taken though, I was plucking my brows. See the big dark hairs extending almost down to the eyelid? THAT IS THE RESULT OF PLUCKING. I still do it , in fact because I havent started electrolysis there.But if you are one of these peole like me, that plucks your brows for years on end, this is what happens. Not really relavant to your post, but I thought it would be a good demonstration picture for people to see.If you pluck, you will get larger thicker hairs where there were none before.