What is Electrology ?


The profession is known as ELECTROLOGY; the practitioner is an ELECTROLOGIST who practices ELECTROLYSIS

1.     Electro- + -logy.] noun

Branch of physical science which treats of the phenomena of electricity and its properties.

2.      [E·lec·trol·o·gist] noun
One who removes body hair by means of an electric current.

3.    [Elec·trol·y·sis] noun \ i-ˌlek-ˈträ-lə-səs\

a: the producing of chemical changes by passage of an electric current through an electrolyte

b: subjection to this action: the destruction of hair roots by an electrologist using direct current

Electrology is the practice of the permanent hair removal.

1. What is Electrology? Electrology is the science of permanent hair removal. It is achieved by gently inserting a fine sterile probe into the hair follicle, an opening in the skin that is already there. At this time a small measured amount of electrical energy is discharged via the probe into the follicle to destroy the source of growth. When this is competently and skillfully accomplished, the regenerative ability of the hair follicle is permanently eliminated.