ELECTROLYSIS

EXETER HAIR & BEAUTY

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Electrolysis is a progressively permanent method of hair removal. Specially trained therapist will only carry out specialised treatment. Electrolysis uses a fine probe about the width of an eyelash to cut off the blood supply that keeps hairs growing back. This method is called diathermy where a tiny burst of energy is passed down the probe which is placed at the root of the hair.

If the blood supply is successfully severed then hairs will not return, however the body naturally heals itself so some hairs may return and need top up treatments. This treatment is available in 15 or 30min sessions and a small group of hairs will be targeted in one session.

For your first appointment 30 minutes is necessary for a thorough consultation.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE TREATMENT?

A small probe is applied to the skin releasing energy in the form of warmth or heat. This process cauterises or coagulates the skin tissue and provides fast, effective results. Your electrolysis specialist will guide you step by step through the procedure and the aftercare required of you. Repeat treatment may be required for some procedures.

WILL MY BLEMISH RETURN?

Electrolysis treatments are safe and effective and offer instantaneous results in many cases. During the consultation a treatment plan will be discussed and tailored to suit your individual needs.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE AND HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I REQUIRE?

Electrolysis treatments are safe and effective and offer instantaneous results in many cases. During the consultation a treatment plan will be discussed and tailored to suit your individual needs.

DOES ELECTROLYSIS HURT?

Each procedure is different and a number of factors can affect your pain threshold. A sensation of warmth is usually experienced but with such fast, satisfying results, people are always very positive about the treatment.

HOW MUCH DO THE TREATMENTS COST?

The price varies depending on the clinic, geographic area and equipment used. Your electrolysis specialist will be able to give you a price estimate during consultation.