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We provide Electrolysis, which produces permanent hair removal through special techniques, by disrupting hair growth. The process works by inserting an epilator device into the skin. It uses shortwave radio frequencies in hair follicles to stop new hair from growing. This damages your hair follicles to prevent growth and causes existing hairs to fall out. However, you’ll still need multiple follow-up appointments for the best results. In addition to producing more permanent results, electrolysis is extremely versatile. It can help inhibit new hair growth for all skin and hair types. Electrolysis may also be used anywhere on the body, including the eyebrows.

  • HOW DO I KNOW IF ELECTROLYSIS IS FOR ME?
  • WHAT IS ELECTROLYSIS?

    Electrolysis involves the insertion of a fine pre-sterilized, disposable probe into the hair follicle. The skin is not punctured or harmed. Then a slight amount of current is then applied through the probe and this causes the follicle to coagulate. Afterwards the hair can be removed with a tweezer by our certified licensed Electrologist.

    Electrolysis is a hair removal technique that uses galvanic current (direct current) to produce a physico-chemical reaction, i.e. to break down compound substances.

    It breaks down water and salt molecules contained in the follicle to create a new substance, lye (NaOH), which is corrosive, thereby leading to the destruction of cells and tissues responsible for hair growth.

     

     

  • HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
  • DOES ELECTROLYSIS HURT?
  • HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR ELECTROLYSIS TO WORK?
  • IS ELECTROLYSIS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN LASER?
  • Common Women Areas

    Almost all areas of the body can be subject to unwelcome hair growth. For women, the unwanted hair on commonly visible areas, like the face, usually takes priority.

    Hair growth on the chin, upper lip, jaw, and throat areas is usually caused by hormones, whether imbalanced or not. Genetics and medications can also cause excess hair on the face and on body areas such as the chest, breasts and abdomen.

    The most commonly treated areas for women are:
    Chin - Jawline - Upper lip - Throat - Sides of face - Eyebrows - Chest - Abdomen - Breasts - Bikini lines - Underarms - Hairline - Fingers and toes.

     

  • Common Men Areas
  • Ingrown Hairs
  • Bikini Area