A hairline that extends too low on the forehead makes a person appear dull and dim-witted. Electrolysis treatments can permanently lift and shape the hairline to present the brightness and intelligence you want people to see.
The eyebrows are the most requested area for facial hair treatments. Whether you like your eyebrows thin and arched or thick and lush, the precise nature of electrolysis is unparalleled for shaping brows and removing stray hairs.
Women over the age of 35 may find themselves suddenly sprouting chin hairs. Electrolysis treatments can permanently remove unwanted chin hair caused by shifting hormones.
A moustache is something most women would rather not have. If you have unwanted hair on your upper lip, electrolysis provides a permanent solution. If you've tried plucking or tweezing these hairs, then you know how sensitive that area can be. We use modern equipment and techniques designed to maximize your comfort. We can also advise you with regard to other options to reduce the sensitivity of the area before your hair removal treatments.
Whether you have fine peach fuzz, a few stubborn stray hairs, or a full-blown beard, electrolysis can permanently clear the growth from your cheeks leaving them smooth and hair-free.
Female or male, nobody wants ear hair. Electrolysis provides the precision necessary to remove unwanted hair from a complicated area like the ear.
Nose hair is especially plaguing for men. In addition to nostril hair, older men may also find hair growning at the tip of the nose. This hair is difficult to treat, but we have the up-to-date equipment and skills necessary to permanently remove even the trickiest of unwanted hairs.
Male beard hair can be stubborn and deeply rooted. Removing it while still maintaining your comfort requires a powerful and sophisticated epilator in the hands of a trained professional. We make it our business to provide you with that combination.
Where can I get more information about electrolysis?
To speak to an electrologist or to schedule a free consultation, contact us. Answers to general questions about electrolysis are available on the Electrolysis FAQ page.