Permanant Hair Removal
For more than 120 years, electrolysis has been the only method of hair removal able to claim permanent results. Electrolysis is the only FDA approved method of hair removal that is permitted to say "Permanent."
Over the last 40 plus years working as an electrologist, I have seen many methods of hair removal come and go because they are neither permanent nor safe. Hundreds of people have told me about the heartbreak caused by other quick-fix hair removal methods that left them with more hair than they had initially - many of these women and men were even left with scarring.
Hair removal by electrolysis takes time and is not necessarily a quick way to permanently remove your hair, but it is the only proven and safe method of hair removal available.
Safe Hair Removal
Electrolysis is a completely safe method of hair removal for all women and men assuming disposable needles and sterilized equipment are used. Electrolysis is also safe for pregnant women
Most Popular Areas for Hair Removal by Electrolysis
Electrolysis can be performed on many body parts. The most popular areas for hair removal on women are: face, breasts, legs, underarms, arms, and bikini line. The most popular areas for men are chest, back, ears, top of nose, eyebrows (unibrow) and face.
Is Electrolysis Painful?
Most people find treatments quite tolerable especially after a few sessions; however, we do have many effective ways to numb the skin to make you more comfortable. Sometimes our clients are so relaxed, they fall asleep!
After Care of Irritation
To prevent irritation after electrolysis has been performed, simply clean the area with witch hazel and avoid soap and cream for two days after treatment.
Ingrown Hairs & Moles
Electrolysis can treat and remove ingrown hairs. It is not safe to remove hair from moles using electrolysis.
Cancellations & Rescheduling
24 hour notice is required for all appointment changes and cancellations. If 24 hour notice is not given, you will be charged for that appointment.