Madhu... So glad to heard things were going so well with your electrologist right off the bat. How are things going now? Have you kept your regular schedule and upkeep of electrolysis? How are things looking?
Your right in the fact that the scabs can be found in healing. Its generally a combination of a few things. Although as an electrologist I personally strive to find a treatment level (probe and setting) that will get the work don't and not effect the surface of the skin. It can sometimes be close to unavoidable factors include; skin type, proper insertion, proper after care, proper hydration, proper probe size and how course the hair is. As long as the scab is super light and as you described falls off in a few days. We are not talking about large deep scabs taking weeks to heal those are not ok. They may not develop permanent damage but are high risk of doing so. Also hydration plays a big part in this try upping your level of water intake and hydrate the skin from the inside. After care can eliminate this as a whole. I always give my clients 100% all natural aloe and recommend application 2x a day for 3 days after treatment in the treated area. This keeps the tissue hydrated form the outside. Finally the skin can also tend to build up a little resilience and become less effected from treatments as you continue to move forward and you might find you scab much less. With out making many changes.
Excited to hear how your journey is "clearing up" !
Audrey Marie Little
Be FREE in you SKIN!