ELECTROLYSIS FOR THE REMOVAL OF YOUR UNWANTED HAIR.

ELECTROLYSIS

Invented and refined by the medical profession, Electrolysis is the only course of treatment for permanent hair removal approved by the British Medical Association and it’s the most effective.

Whether male, or female, Electrolysis is suitable for everyone, regardless of skin tone and hair colour and it is suitable for use on any part of the body.

Just imagine never having to wax, thread, shave, epilate, bleach or pluck face or body areas ever again.

Electrolysis, when performed by a professional, has been proven to be a safe and reliable method for treating unwanted hair for over 100 years so, if you are looking for a complete and permanent solution for hair removal, electrolysis is the answer.

The procedure involves inserting a fine, tiny, disposable, sterile probe, (about the size of an eyelash), into the hair follicle and discharging a minute amount of energy targeted at the root of the hair.

This burst of energy prevents nutrients feeding the hair causing the hair to become weaker and finer. After repeated treatments the hair is no longer able to grow and complete hair free results are obtained.

 
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTROLYSIS

Each hair requires repeated treatment because each individual hair has its’ own growing cycle and blood supply. Electrolysis works by weakening the hair and eventually destroying it.hair-growth-cycle2

The only sensation experienced by the client is that of heat passing through the probe to the base of the follicle.

Electrolysis can be used on any part of the body, irrespective of the type, or density of the unwanted hair.

Common areas for treatment are the face, eye brows, chest, nipples, underarms, fingers, abdomen, back, bikini line, legs and toes.

The first sign that your treatment is working will be when you notice that your hair growth is softer, finer and lighter in colour.

The density of unwanted hair will lessen gradually and consistently over the course of your treatments, until all unwanted hair has been permanently removed.

The number of treatments required to achieve the desired result will vary from person to person and upon the size and density of the area to be treated.