Electrolysis hair removal is mainly used to remove facial hair, but it is effective on your whole body, including your genital region. A transgender client can feel intensely uncomfortable about merely possessing male genitalia, let alone allowing someone else to see them. However, it must be said that genital electrolysis contributes greatly to a satisfactory outcome of your GRS surgery. At Rebirth Electrolysis we are used to working in this area and we will do everything in our power to make you feel at ease. Genital electrolysis is performed prior to GRS to avoid any problems with hair in your new vagina.
One beauty practice steadily gaining popularity is removing hair from the anal area. It's a sensitive issue for a sensitive area. The amount of hair one has around their anus will vary person to person, but so too will each person's comfort level. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with having hair on your anus area. Some men or women simply prefer the aesthetic of a hairless butt. If done carefully and with the help of an expert, hair can be removed the perianal area relatively comfortably. It can keep you maintained and boost your confidence levels.
The information on this page is written for a transsexual audience. Please consult with your surgeon about the recommended areas to clear prior to surgery. Some information on this page may be outdated or may not apply in your case. Do not rely on this page for definitive information.
For friendly service and expert hair removal for all skin types , call or text for an appointment at A: Electrolysis is the killing of the papilla the living organ that grows the hair at the base of the follicle. By inserting a fine stainless steel probe, a short burst of a. This causes friction and then heat permanently damages the papilla. It's gradual but permanent hair removal.