Quartz Electrolysis

Through electrolysis, you can finally toss the tweezers, cancel your wax appointments, and go about life without fear "you missed one."

Hair Plays a Large Part in Beauty and Confidence

It’s cut, it’s dyed, and it’s removed.
Unwanted and excess body hair can significantly impact an individual’s self-esteem, regardless of age or gender. Often, hours are wasted on shaving, plucking, waxing, threading, sugaring, epilating, and even just searching for the hairs in the mirror. It is not uncommon for individuals with unwanted hair to carry a pocket mirror, tweezers, and/or a razor in their bags, perpetually on the lookout for a stray hair. Electrolysis can remove that burden from you.

Electrolysis is the only permanent hair removal method approved by the FDA.
If you have unwanted hair you want gone forever, then this is the method for you.

How is electrolysis done?

Step 1

The unwanted hair is located.

Step 2

A filament (needle) thinner than the follicle opening is inserted down to the base of the follicle.

Step 3

An electric current is applied for a fraction of a second to the hair papilla, causing damage to the hair's life supply.

Step 4

The filament is removed, and the hair that was just zapped is then plucked with forceps.

Why choose Electrolysis over Laser?

1

Electrolysis is the only fDA-approved hair removal method

Laser hair reduction, while a commonly sought-after treatment, does not offer permanent hair removal. It requires regular touch-ups to weaken returning hair, assuming the initial results are satisfactory. Additionally, there are cases of laser treatments inadvertently stimulating hair follicles and promoting further growth. In contrast, electrolysis offers a permanent solution. Once hair ceases to grow in an area where electrolysis has been done, it will never return.

2

Electrolysis only targets the individual hairs directly and can be administered to all skin and hair types.

Electrolysis is a highly versatile hair removal method that caters to all skin and hair types, without any restrictions. In comparison, laser hair removal is limited to a narrow range of skin and hair types, making it less versatile. This makes electrolysis a popular solution for individuals who do not qualify for laser hair removal - whether you have light skin or dark skin, fine hair or coarse hair, electrolysis can help you achieve desired results.

3

Electrolysis has over one hundred years of success and documented results.

Laser hair removal is a comparatively new technique for hair removal, and its long-term effects have not been studied and documented extensively yet. This is particularly critical because the laser flash affects both the hair and the surrounding skin. In comparison, electrolysis has been a tested and trusted hair removal method for over a century. Only individual follicles are affected by electrolysis, so there is no worry about long-term damage to surrounding skin.

1

Electrolysis is the only fDA-approved hair removal method

Laser hair reduction, while a commonly sought-after treatment, does not offer permanent hair removal. It requires regular touch-ups to weaken returning hair, assuming the initial results are satisfactory. Additionally, there are cases of laser treatments inadvertently stimulating hair follicles and promoting further growth. In contrast, electrolysis offers a permanent solution. Once hair ceases to grow in an area where electrolysis has been done, it will never return.

2

Electrolysis only targets the individual hairs directly and can be administered to all skin and hair types.

Electrolysis is a highly versatile hair removal method that caters to all skin and hair types, without any restrictions. In comparison, laser hair removal is limited to a narrow range of skin and hair types, making it less versatile. This makes electrolysis a popular solution for individuals who do not qualify for laser hair removal - whether you have light skin or dark skin, fine hair or coarse hair, electrolysis can help you achieve desired results.

3

Electrolysis has over one hundred years of success and documented results.

Laser hair removal is a comparatively new technique for hair removal, and its long-term effects have not been studied and documented extensively yet. This is particularly critical because the laser flash affects both the hair and the surrounding skin. In comparison, electrolysis has been a tested and trusted hair removal method for over a century. Only individual follicles are affected by electrolysis, so there is no worry about long-term damage to surrounding skin.

Who can benefit from electrolysis?

Anyone and Everyone!

Electrolysis is a permanent hair removal treatment that is highly effective and versatile, suitable for all genders, skin types, and orientations. There are many unique reasons for seeking permanent hair removal, and all are valid. Everyone has the right to express themselves confidently, and electrolysis is a highly efficient way to overcome any barriers to self-expression, providing you with the freedom to feel your best every day.

Electrolysis is available for various treatment areas such as legs, underarms, upper lip, and bikini line. If you are ready to begin your journey with electrolysis, you are encouraged to visit the “Treatment” section to explore the available options and determine if your desired area is eligible.

*Pregnant people and those with pacemakers should not undergo electrolysis. Those pregnant, with pacemakers, and under 18 years of age
cannot be done in this studio. Apologies for any inconvenience.

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