The renaissance of electrolysis

While in the past electrolysis was the only means to achieve permanent hair removal, the advent of light-based technologies, such as laser and IPL brought a new era of swift hair removal. Over the past 15 years, IPL and laser have become the go-to technology, despite the results not being permanent removal, particularly with recurring white hair. In recent times, we are seeing a comeback in the popularity of electrolysis, but with more sophisticated technology providing not just permanent hair removal but also additional capabilities in aesthetic care. Mr Clement Beaumont is a world-renowned educator. He will update you on how electrolysis is being re-introduced into the new era and what you can expect from the new technological advances. In this lecture you will learn:

  • In the age of technological advancement, why is electrolysis gaining global recognition?
  • What are some of the unique capabilities and treatment outcomes that can be achieved with this modality?
  • How can electrolysis be a valuable modality to an aesthetic practice
  • What are the most important and essential elements of training to achieve safety and efficacy
About Mr Clement Beaumont

Mr Clement Beaumont is the president and CEO of Dectro International, a 30-years old Canadian corporation that specialises in the conception and manufacture of electrolysis and aesthetic equipment. Mr Beaumont directs the research and development division of Dectro International that aims to improve permanent hair removal treatment and aesthetic care applications.

Mr Beaumont is regularly travelling around the world to attend international conventions, to assist Dectro’s worldwide distributors and to lecture at specialised seminars on electrolysis or aesthetic technologies.

Mr Beaumont contributed to the conception of the first computerised epilation system named ‘APILUS’, which introduced personalised programs adapted to each body areas and stored in a customer file for later retrieval.