It had little to do with the energy of the machine. You use the same settings whether the follicle is curved or strait, your insertion technique however may vary.
Picturing the hair follicle and probe like a foot being put into a sock, could/should be helpful here.
This is to say, varying the energy output of your machine is NOT a good solution to inaccurate insertions, whatever the cause the objective is the same, to have the exposed part of the probe in near as direct contact with the areas one needs affected ( the bulge) as possible.While certainly proximity to target is more applicable to thermolysis, it still has an effect regardless of modality.
You should take this discussion back to Electrology International, I'm not at all sure I want consumers misinterpreting statements on such a highly technical discussion of electrology.
Edited by Iluv2zap (07/20/18 11:57 AM)