I have offered electrolysis services to men and women throughout the East and West Valley for over 26 years. Being a Licensed Electrologist as well as physician-referred, I Am A proud Member of the Electrologists Association of California and the American Electrology Association. As a potential new client, I want you to have all the facts about this service, so I always encourage you to research more information and second opinions from other electrologists. You need to feel completely confident and secure with your decision to receive electrolysis. I understand the commitment, both financial and personal, which is why I am more than happy to answer any and all questions. As a permanent hair removal method for both men and women, electrolysis services have become more and more popular. I will educate you about the process and what you can expect so there are never any risks or surprises. Contact me today to schedule your complimentary consultation! Electrolysis is still the ONLY permanent method of hair removal. There are many other methods to get rid of unwanted hair, but none of those are proven to be permanent. So, what is Electrolysis? Let me take you through a consultation here so that you may be better informed when you make the decision to try it. The method is simple. A very fine needle-like filament—about the diameter of a single hair—is inserted into the follicle opening. No puncture is made. No skin is broken. These needles are DISPOSABLE & STERILE, used only on you & disposed of after each session. The needle slides down the shaft of the hair, into the follicle. You do not feel the insertion! What you will feel is a slight sting once the machine is engaged. A chemical change takes place in the follicle upon the introduction of (1) Thermolysis (heat) and (2) Galvanic current, controlled with foot pedals. In a few seconds the hair has released from the follicle and can be easily lifted out with a pair of tweezers. The optimum time to remove a hair is in its “growth” stage, the first month of its life. There is usually slight redness at the site, or small bumps that look like mosquito bites, but these go away quickly, usually within 15 minutes to ½ hour.