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Electrolysis

This is a permanent hair reduction method, whereby heat is delivered via a fine needle through the skin to the follicles where hair is produced.
Electrolysis destroys the blood supply surrounding the follicles, which over a period of treatments stops the production of hair.
It is a preferred method of permanent facial hair reduction to laser, as it suitable for treating all colours of hair and there are no side effects of pigmentation being produced post treatment.
We use professional, disposable needles.

More FAQ’S

Why have the procedure?
Electrolysis is an excellent method of permanent hair reduction for smaller areas such as:
•    Stubborn facial hairs
•    Fine very facial fair hairs
•    Alternative to laser for those who chose to expose their face to the sun.

Does it hurt?
Generally this procedure does not hurt. However each individual has a varied pain threshold to the fine needle being inserted into hair follicle. Care is taken to make it as comfortable as possible.

How Many Treatments Do I Need?
The number of treatments required, varies on location of the body, hair density and hormonal implications.
We suggest one treatment, per week for two to four months, followed by a gradual reduction of treatments over a further three months or until the hair growth stops.

How quickly will I see the results?
The results are achieved progressively over the course of the treatments.

How long will the results last?
The results are progressive after each session.
Your practitioner will guide you through a treatment program.

Aftercare

Avoid heat on the area treated for 24 hours.
Avoid perfumed products on the area treated for 24 hours.
Avoid swimming for 24 hours.

Price

Treatment
Time
Price
Electrolysis
15 mins - 20 mins - 30 mins
£20.00 - £25.00 - £35.00

Before & After

Before & After are being updated.

What other treatments compliment this treatment?

A Salt Scrub Body Massage or Micro-dermabrasion treatment is an ideal pre-hair removal treatment to lift dry rough skin impinging in grown hairs.

Reviews

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