Course Curriculum – Theory

Course Curriculum – Theory

History of Electrology – Past to Present

  • permanent and temporary hair removal
  • waxing
  • threading
  • laser/LPI
  • sugaring
  • depilatories

Medical Histology Integument – hair bulb | follicle | papilla | root | shaft | matrix

Anatomy and Physiology

  • nervous
  • endocrine
  • lymphatic
  • cardiovascular
  • digestive
  • respiratory
  • excretory
  • reproductive
  • skeletal
  • muscular systems

Integumentary Systems – follicles and glands | hair and nails | homeostatis | sensory reception | synthesis

Dermatology – common skin diseases | lesions

Hair – structure and function | growth cycles | reappearing hair

Hypertrichosis – hirsutism | causes and evaluation | treatment

Psychology as related to unwanted hair

Contraindications: overtreatment and complications

Microbiology – personal hygiene | sanitation | antisepsis | disinfection | sterilization | aseptic technique

Immunology

Basic Electricity

Modalities of Electrology

  • electrolysis, single and multiple needle methods
  • thermolysis, manual and automatic methods
  • blend, a combination of high frequency and galvanic currents

Epilators – manual | computerized | analog vs digital

Anaphoresis and Cataphoresis and their uses

Electrology Techniques and Variables – probes | intensity | timing | depth of insertion | epilation

Operation, care, and maintenance of equipment and instruments