Our Electrolysis hair removal service has been introduced to compliment the laser hair removal, waxing and dermaplaning we already offer.

Electrolysis allows you to treat all hair colors, including grey, blond and stubborn fine follicles. This hair removal procedure is so precise it can be used to sculpt the brow and safely remove unwanted hair close to the eye that would not be treatable with laser.

Benefits of

  • Permanently remove hair
  • Treat any hair color (including grey & blond)
  • Treat any body area
  • Safe on all skin types

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FAQ’s – Electrolysis

What is Electrolysis Used for?
Electrolysis is the science of permanent hair removal utilizing probe devices to injure each individual hair follicle.

How does Electrolysis work?
A fine sterile probe is inserted into the hair follicle and a small amount of electrical energy is discharged which destroys the hair growth tissue.

How often should I have the electrolysis procedure?
This electrolysis treatment is recommended twice a month, but the time frame truly depends on the patients hair growth in the area being treated. The electrologist will discuss specific treatment schedule based on your specific concern.

Is Electrolysis painful?
New Apilus Platinum technology is so quick that treatments are barely perceptive. If a patient is sensative, numbing cream can be applied to further reduce this sensation.

Can anyone perform this electrolysis procedure?
No. It is important the the practitionor treated the patient has a state certification which is required to perform electrolysis.

How long does Electrolysis last?
Hair treated properly by electrolysis will never grow back. Hormonal issues later in life may cause new hair to grow especially for women around the lip and chin.

How much does electrolysis hair removal cost?
Hair removal price is dependent on the area being treated, and the number of treatments required. For example treatment of upper lip one time is $30. The electrologist performing the treatment will discuss cost specific to your concerns.

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