Electrolysis FAQs

Why Choose Electrolysis?

Professional electrolysis offers:

  • A personal consultation that provides you with necessary information concerning the possible causes of your unwanted hair problem.
  • A plan for the safe and permanent removal of your excess hair.
  • A way to enhance your own natural beauty and self-confidence.


Is Electrolysis Safe?

Yes. Today’s electrolysis is performed under the highest standards of cleanliness and safety. Locating a licensed, skilled electrologist is the first step in being confident of auality service. The latest technology in sanitation and sterilization, as well as the use of disposable gloves and sterile treatment probes, assure you of the utmost concern for your health and well-being.


Does Electrolysis Hurt?

There are some sensation in the form of a heat or tingling feeling during electrolysis treatments. Your electrologist will work within your tolerance level, and you should experience only mild discomfort.


How Long will it take?

This answer must be based on several factors:

  • How extensive the hair growth situation is.
  • How temporary removal methods have affected the hair growth.
  • How will the client follows a regular treatment plan which is a series of appointments specifically set up for his/her individual problem.
  • How well the client tolerates treatment.
  • How much hair growth is still beneath the skin, not visible at the initial session.

How much Does it Cost?

The fees for electrolysis are in line with other health and beauty care services. Temporary methods of removal can become costly over time because they are unending. Electrolysis, on the other hand, when completed, will give you lasting, quality, lifetime value. On occasion, will do run specials.


Does the Frequency of Treatment Affect Its Success?

Yes. It is important to follow the individual appointment schedule set up specifically to treat your hair growth effectively. Hairs treated soon after emergence from the skin have a very successful rate of permanent removal. Keeping regularly scheduled appointments will help to finish electrolysis more quickly.


Is Electrolysis Permanent?

Yes. Since its invention in 1875, electrolysis, which utilizes a probe that is inserted into the hair follicle, has been recognized as the only way to achieve permanent hair removal.