In the very beginning, during my schooling, we were taught that nasal hair was not to be done by electrologists. The potential for serious tissue damage inside the nose was indeed enough to scare away anyone who would even think of doing those hairs.
Well, after working within the transgender community for only a couple of years the inevitable request happened. I gave in. I mean, it was heartbreaking to see what some people were going through when it came to nasal hair that wouldn’t die.
I was shaking the very first time I started working inside of a good friend’s nose. It was truly scary. A week later, she returned as happy as a clam. It had worked. From that day on, I continued to improve my techniques for doing hair inside the nose. Over the last 7 years, there have been a lot of very satisfied clients.
These days I use good ol’ galvanic electrolysis in such a way as to take full advantage of the high moisture content and at the same time limit the potential for membrane damage while working in this area. I have removed hairs that were nearly as well-developed as any beard hair, with thick deep terminal roots,
and myriads of small sebaceous (white balled roots) hairs and all with extreme effectiveness.
Difficult job to do. Time and patience are well rewarded with minimal regrowth in this area.