I just had my back neck hair removed on the same day at 2 different unrelated electrologists. 1/2 of the area using Clareblend “Blend”. The other half using Apilus just “thermolysis” I guessed cause I didn't hv to hold the electrode.
Clareblend vs Apilus Pure
Speed: Clareblend is slower but still acceptable. Apilus is faster
How did I feel during the procedure: same level of pain but definitely very tolerable; with Apilus I can feel the pain lying deeper
How did I feel after the session: Clareblend --I felt warm & sore sensation with some tightness for few hrs after the session
Apilus -- Just mild itch
photos taken after 26 hrs after the session https://photos.google.com/u/1/share/AF1Q...XA0UTY5Qm9BMndB
26 hrs after the session: Clareblend -- I think this therapist's skill is very bad. She claimed she r teaching electrology in Victoria Uni (no wonder I don't trust the quality of many Australian beauty schools, but only individual instructors) ; Apilus -- As expected
I'm an electrologist myself. I studied 1:1 hand-on training with Trudy Fleming. I'm using Clareblend to treat my models & clients, but I don't think I have treated anyone this bad! So for me when compare Apilus Pure with Synchro & Clareblend they r just very similar in the sensation during the procedure, but Apilus is faster in treating each follicle. Skin reaction & healing after the treatment should be the same.