Deborah Klyne

What is Electrolysis?

Electrolysis is permanent hair removal. A planned program of regular treatments will gradually make hair finer until it no longer grows. It should be done by a trained professional.



The Process of Electrolysis

The Electrologist will begin by inserting a very fine filament down the side of the hair follicle where a small amount of current will be released. You will feel a small sensation of heat.

Follow up to Laser Treatment

Electrolysis is an excellent solution for permanently getting rid of any hair left over after laser treatments.

Is this Safe?

Electrolysis is perfectly safe when done by a trained professional. Only sterile, disposable needles are used. All instuments are cleaned and sterilized in accordance with Health Canada recommendations. Doctors refer patients to qualified electrologists.

How do You Begin?

Make an appointment for a complimentary consultation. This takes approximately twenty minutes. There is no obligation or cost. Here, you can have any questions answered and a test patch will be done.

At some point and time most women are faced with unwanted hair. Electrolysis is an investment in your self-image.

How long Should you Expect to be Going?

The number of treatments will depend upon the amount of hair being removed, the skin sensitivity and the type of temporary removal methods previously used. Treatments work best when they are a planned program of regular sessions. The appointments may be scheduled once a week at first and gradually dwindle to once every four to six weeks.

Which Areas can be Treated?

Any area of the body may be treated with the exceptions of delicate areas like nostrils or inner ear. The most common areas are: upper lip, chin underarm, bikini line and eyebrows.

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