Do you have unwanted hair?
Are you fed up of shaving, plucking or waxing?
Unwanted hair is a common problem affecting most people to varying degrees throughout their lives and prompting the use of various temporary methods of hair reduction or removal. However, electrolysis is still the only proven, permanent method of hair removal and many men and women have benefited from this tried and trusted treatment.
Electrolysis today is more gentle, more comfortable and more effective, offering an affordable modern treatment which is becoming increasingly popular.
What is Electrolysis?
Electrolysis is a safe, effective, progressively permanent method of removing unwanted hair.
Indeed it is the ONLY permanent method of hair removal and is therefore in demand.
With the choice of 3 methods of electrolysis techniques - Blend, Galvanic and Diathermy, there is something to suit everyone. The treatments are tailor made for you.
How does Electrolysis work?
A tiny probe (about the size of an eyelash) is inserted into the hair follicle where a short burst of energy is targeted at the root of the hair. This burst of energy prevents nutrients feeding the follicle and the new hair growth becomes weak and finer until it can no longer create a new hair.
After a course of treatments the follicle is no longer able to produce new hairs and complete hair free results are obtained. Each hair follicle requires a number of treatments because each follicle has its own hair growth cycle. Electrolysis works by weakening the hair follicle and eventually destroying its ability to produce hairs. Results can take a little time, but just like dieting, kits not the crash diet but the healthy eating plan that works in the long run.
Is Electrolysis safe?
Electrolysis was first documented by a doctor in 1875 and is proven both effective, permanent and totally safe when performed correctly. Modern technology has meant electrolysis has become gentler, more comfortable and even more effective.
What will happen during the first appointment?
You will have a consltation to determine if treatment is suitable for you and which method is best. You will have an opportunity to ask any questions about the treatment and to experience a "taster" session plus your potential treatment plan will be discussed.
What about hygiene?
Sterex single use, disposable probes are used to totally eliminate any risk of cross infection. For each client a brand new and medically sterile probe is used and you will usually see the individual packed sterile probe being opened up infront of you.
How much do the treatments cost?
Treatment costs are based on sessions of time starting from 10 minutes ranging to 60 minutes. Electrolysis is progessively permanent which means that you will come frequently to start with then the treatment becomes more spread out until you are coming only 2 to 3 times a year, after which treatment is said to be finished.