|Electrolysis Achieves Permanent Hair Removal – With Unsurpassed Results|
ELECTROLYSIS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is electrolysis?
Electrolysis is the practice of permanent hair removal that employs the use of very fine probes to remove the hair from the follicle.
How long does each electrolysis treatment take?
Treatment time can vary from 15 minutes to an hour or more, depending on previous hair removal methods, the area of the treatment and the amount of hair you wish to remove. Most electrolysis treatments can be completed during your lunch hour.
Is Electrolysis painful?
There is a sensation associated with the treatment that may be interpreted as a slight warming effect, but with todays technology, your comfort has been maximized. We use single–use, pre–sterilized, disposable probes that are designed for optimal client comfort and safety.
How much does Electrolysis cost?
Electrolysis is considered a very cost-effective method of hair removal. The overall cost is tied to each individuals recommended treatment schedule. Your Electrologist will discuss with you the optimum program to achieve the results you desire.
Can unwanted hair be removed from all body areas?
Unwanted hair can be removed from most body areas. Please refer to the list below of electrolysis treatment areas.
Common Treatment Areas – Women
Is electrolysis safe?
It is the ONLY method of hair removal approved by the FDA to state PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL. Electrolysis is proven safe and effective for over 125 years. It should be conducted by a qualified electrologist, using state-of-the art computerized equipment and the best electrolysis treatment practices.
How do I choose an electrologist?
When choosing an electrologist, make sure that the individuals you are considering have kept current with the latest permanent hair removal developments. You can find an electrologist in your area by asking friends and family, checking the yellow pages, or searching the online directory featured on the AEA's website.
What to Expect
At your initial consultation with a professional Electrologist, a thorough health history assessment will be conducted to fully understand any issues that could be related to excessive hair growth. Factors such as hair growth cycles, the quantity and structure of hair present, previous use of temporary hair removal methods, heredity, hormone function and stress all influence the customization of your own treatment program. You are a good candidate if you answer yes to any one of the following questions:
- Do you always feel self-conscious because of unwanted hair?
- In social situations, are you unable to react to others spontaneously?
- Do you avoid being in the spotlight?