Electrolysis for Hair Removal and Skin Anomalies

Electrolyis

Electrolysis for Hair Removal

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The only medically approved method of permanent hair removal - Electrolysis is a safe and reliable method for both men and women of all ages. Consultations are free and private and you are under NO obligation to follow through with treatment. Ideal for facial hair removal and various other facial conditions.


Skin Tags

Skin Tags

Skin tags (pictured above) can be removed in one treatment.  Areas with large numbers of skin tags require additional time and may need to be spread over two sessions.


​Prices range from $70 – $250 depending in the size and quantity

Cherry Anomalies

Cherry Anomolies

Cherry anomalies can typically be removed with one session.


Prices range from $70 – $250 depending in the size and quantity

Milia

Have Milia Removed with Electrolysis

Milia are small white hard bumps that generally appear on the nose and cheeks. Milia can be removed within minutes.


Prices range from $70 – $250 depending in the size and quantity

Visible Facial capillaries

Broken Capillaries

A difference can be seen immediately and some areas only require one short treatment.  Larger areas require more time.​


Prices range from $70 – $250 depending in the size of the area.

Traumatized pores

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Traumatized pores can be corrected within 1-3 sessions, depending on how large the area is.


Prices range from $70 – $250 depending in the size of the area.

What is electrolysis?

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Electrolysis Pricing

All about electrolysis

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What is electrolysis?

Electrolysis was invented more than 100 years ago to remove irritating, ingrown eyelash hairs. Today, electrolysis is the only medically-approved method of permanent hair removal and can be performed on most areas of the body. It can also be used to remove skin anomalies such as skin tags, cherry anomalies, and milia, and to correct visible facial capillaries and traumatized pores.

How does electrolysis hair removal work?

Electrolysis involves a very fine electrode probe inserted into the hair follicle, which applies an electric current. The current destroys the growth centre of the hair, and the hair is then removed using tweezers.

How many sessions are required?

The number of electrolysis sessions required to achieve desired results varies depending on the individual and the region/issue being treated. For hair removal, the number of treatments required can also vary depending on the amount and thickness of hair being removed.