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#126102 - 03/25/18 10:56 PM Hairs in the face with galvanic
VirtualHair Offline

Registered: 12/13/15
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I bought a machine that is blend capable but I'm interested in a tiny area between my eyebrows (I have one currently hahaha). I read that thermolysis has a very short error window, followed by blend and finally galvanic. The latter lasting a minute for each follicle (I'm not in a rush as I have purchased my own equipment and the treatment area is small) so I would be able to stop anytime preventing any damage easily, am I correct?
Also do you have any book or resource to recommend about galvanic and about blend?

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#126103 - 03/26/18 08:33 AM Re: Hairs in the face with galvanic [Re: VirtualHair]
Michael Bono Offline

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Scroll down, free download "Guide to the Blend," 5 languages.

Don't scar yourself!

#126107 - 03/26/18 08:23 PM Re: Hairs in the face with galvanic [Re: VirtualHair]
fenix Offline
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Since you will be working on your face, the biggest advice is to be patient and use lower current and longer time, that way you will have more control and reaction time to avoid over-treatment.
Don't be scared of the froth bubbling out of the follicle, as that's normal for galvanic.


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