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Electrolysis Services Offered


  • Correcting Hairlines
  • Arching Eyebrows
  • Facial Hair
  • Ears
  • Arms/Underarms
  • Breasts
  • Abs
  • Bikini Lines
  • Legs


  • Ingrown Hairs
  • Hair Lines
  • Eyebrows
  • Nose
  • Ears
  • Beards/Facial Hair
  • Arms/Shoulders
  • Backs/Chests
  • Abs

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. From what parts of the body can hair be removed?
A. Hair can be removed from the body expect from the inner ear and interior of the nose. With the constant developments in technology, electrologists are able to remove hair from large areas, like the arms and legs, quickly and affordably.

Q. At what age may hair be safely removed?
A. Hair removal is safe at any age, although electrologists usually recommend waiting to work on pre-teenage girls and boys, as well as men and women over the age of 80, without prior physicians consent.

Q. Do physicians approve of the treatment?
A. Physicians worldwide recommend and approve of electrolysis as a safe method of hair removal to men and women who are concerned about unwanted hair growth.

Q. Is electrolysis painful?
A. While certain areas of the body can be more sensitive than others, most participants report very little, if any, discomfort. With several highly effective topical anesthetics available, your electrologist will be happy to discuss any concerns you may have and can also recommend the use of an anesthetic cream prior to the procedure.

Q. Are there any side effects or after-affects?
A. Sometimes users report a little skin redness or irritation after a treatment however this is temporary and largely depends on the skin type and area of the body treated. Any redness or irritation also fades very quickly and will not keep you from a normal, active schedule.

Q. Can electrolysis leave marks or scars?
A. No, not when a treatment is administered by a certified and skilled technician. Electrology is safe even on the most sensitive skin and will leave the skin untouched but without any hair. If you have been tweezing or waxing for a long time, electrology treatments have been shown to actually help repair, smooth, and improve the overall look of your skin.

Q. How long does treatment take?
A. The length of the treatment is dependent on a several things including the area to be cleared, the size of the area, the location of the area, and the density of hair growth. Areas on the face and next tend to take less time per treatment then areas on the legs and arms. However, the length of time and the number of treatments it takes to clear a specific area can only be accurately determined by expert examination.

Q. Is permanent removal expensive?
A. No! Between improvements in technology and in electrology techniques have helped to lower the cost of  treatments to the point where it will work with any budget. Consider the number of hours and the amount of money men and women spend on temporary hair removal methods, electrolysis can easily be one of the most affordable and effective methods used to permanently remove hair. 

Q. Is permanent removal really permanent?
A. Definitely! Hair cannot grow without a root and once the hair root has become completely sterilized via electrology, it is impossible for any further growth to come from a treated area.

Q. Is electrolysis a popular service?
A. Today, there are millions of men and women worldwide who seek an effective way to permanently and safely remove unwanted, unsightly hair. Electrology has become one of the most sought after hair removal processes around the globe, thanks to improvements in technology and social media. Not only has the general public become much more aware of the incredible results certified electrologists can achieve for their patients, but doctors are now also recommending them method as being a safe and effective way to rid one’s body of unwanted and unsightly hair.

Useful Links

Information Sources: American Electrology Association and Massachusetts Electrology Association

American Electrology Association

Massachusetts Electrology Association