Permanent Hair Removal
Are you tired of shaving? Throw away those razors, get rid of the messy creams, and eliminate all those ingrown hairs that are caused by waxing. Now is the time to get permanent hair removal. Here at our location we specialize in permanent hair removal. We offer both the traditional practice of electrolysis & the latest technology of Laser Hair Removal.
Electrolysis is medically recognized as being permanent hair removal method for the face and body. Electrolysis is performed by inserting a fine needle into the hair follicle, where an electrical current is passed down the needle to destroy the hairs root. The goal of Electrolysis is to destroy the hair root to prevent further hair growth. Several visits are required to eliminate hair growth. Your initial visits may be one week apart and eventually declining to four to six weeks apart as the hair root dies off. There is a slight tingling sensation of the electrical current going through the hair follicle, but most clients tolerate the procedure well. The after effects of the treatment may include some redness or swelling which all disappears within 24 hours.
As Laser Hair Removal is now the quickest method of hair removal, electrolysis is mostly used for areas and hair type laser cannot do. Common hair type for electrolysis is all dark hair, white, grey, blonde or red hair and is always used for eyebrow reshaping.
Our practice is pleased to offer the world’s most advanced hair removal system for both men and women.
The Light Sheer Diode Laser is the state-of-the-art system designed to remove unwanted hair faster with more reliability than any other methods. It can treat all skin types safely and effectively including ethnic and tanned skin. The Ultra Variable Pulsed Light (VPL) technology is also a state of the art system that is a less painful way to treat unwanted hair.
Say goodbye to messy creams and temporary solutions. In an hour or less you’ll begin to have smoother and sleeker skin.
You can even resume most of your regular activities immediately following treatments. A series of 4 - 6 treatments are needed at six week intervals.
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