Electrolysis is a safe, effective method for removing unwanted facial or body hair from a variety of areas.
The FDA has determined that permanent results are achieved through a series of treatments over a period of time. The actual number of treatments and length of time is dependent on each individual.
We perform both traditional Electrolysis and “The Blend,” utilizing the method that is determined to be best for your individual needs. We use ONLY disposable needles and gloves.
15 minutes (minimum) - $32
30 minutes - $47
45 minutes - $67
Consultations are complimentary.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Electrolysis hurt?
There is a sensation associated with this procedure which can be likened to a slight warming effect in the treatment area.
Is it really permanent?
YES! Electrolysis remains the only permanent hair removal method recognized be the FDA. Temporary hair removal methods such as waxing, tweezing, shaving and threading are just that - temporary. Laser hair removal can only claim hair reduction, not permanent hair removal.
How safe is Electrolysis?
Completely safe! The Centers for Disease Control in conjunction with the American Electrology Association, developed Infection Control Standards for the practice of Electrolysis. Here at Luxe, we practice universal precautions such as wearing a fresh pair of disposable gloves for each client, using disposable treatment products and sterilizing instruments by way of autoclave and/or dry heat sterilizer.
Are there any side effects from Electrolysis?
Some clients experience some redness and very slight swelling immediately following treatment which typically dissipates within an hour of treatment.
What is the normal growth cycle of a hair?
Hairs have different cycles of growth and are not visible on the surface of the skin at the same time. Hair normally grows for its usual cycle and then naturally sheds and replaces itself. Following active growing periods, most hair follicles go into a dormant stage. This period of dormancy may last for an indefinite period of time, however, replacement hairs from dormant hair follicles should not be mistaken as regrowth from previously treated follicles.
What areas of my body can you treat?
• hairline • eyebrows • ear • top of nose • cheeks • side burn area • upper and lower lip
• throat • neck • shoulders • back • chest • breasts • abdomen • arms • underarms
• legs • bikini line • hands • feet • toes • fingers • beard line • ingrown hairs