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FAQ

Below are some common questions. If your question is not below please contact me. 

How much time should I book for an area?

There are four time slot options for both general and urogenital appointments ranging from 15 minute to 60 minute sessions. The shorter appointment times are ideal for smaller areas such as upper lip, chin, and eyebrows. The longer appointment times are ideal for larger areas such as arms, legs, and bikini.

How many appointments will I need?

The number of treatments needed to permanently remove unwanted hair will vary with each client. A few factors that are taken in to consideration are the amount of hair , the coarseness of the hair, the cycle of growth the hair is in, previous used methods to remove the hair, and the client's skin tolerance.

What should I expect at my first appointment?

The first appointment is a consultation. During this time I will explain what electrolysis is, how it works, and determine if you are a good candidate. Additionally 15 minutes of treatment time is included. This will allow me to find a good setting for your skin and hairs. The hairs in the area to be worked in need to be at least long enough for me to be able to grab with the tweezers. You also need to be sure you are well hydrated prior to your appointment.

Am I a good candidate for electrolysis?

All skin types and hair colors, types and textures are a good candidate for electrolysis. But, if you have a Cochlear implant,  deep brain stimulation, pacemaker, Hepatitis, defibrillator, cancer, heart issues, are pregnant, breast feeding or are currently in puberty we are unable to offer electrolysis services.

Is electrolysis really permanent? 

Yes! Electrolysis is the ONLY method of permeant hair removal approved by the FDA and AMA. Electrolysis works by treating each follicle with energy which then destroys hair growth nutrients. Unlike laser which is permanent hair reduction and works by using hairs pigment. Laser only works on certain colors of hair. Electrolysis can be used on any hair color, skin tone, and location.

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