Laser or Electrolysis?

Laser tends to treat large areas of skin using a laser or light-based lamp which can substantially reduce
hair growth, but not remove all of the hair permanently. It is termed hair reduction rather than hair removal. Individuals perform both electrolysis and laser/IPL as the two treatments can work well in conjunction with each other in some circumstances. Permanent hair removal with electrolysis requires
a longer course of treatment but results in complete, permanent removal of all hair.

What is Electrolysis?

Electrolysis is the only method of permanent hair removal. Electrolysis treats each hair follicle individually with a very fine, disposable, sterile probe permanently destroying the follicle’s ability to reproduce, thereby eradicating hair growth on completion of the course of treatment. At Ideal Electrolysis we use the latest state-of-the-art technology and equipment to ensure optimum result and comfort.

How Long?

It is impossible to know in advance how many hours will be needed for a particular person. Due to the nature of hair growth, several treatments maybe required per area to achieve a permanent effect. Factors such as hair growth cycles, the quantity and structure of hair, alternative hair removal methods, hormone function, heredity, certain medications and stress influence the treatment program for an individual. Electrolysis is effective on all types of skin and hair. No other hair removal solution can claim such universal success.

It is important to follow the recommended treatment plan to achieve optimum results.

Why Electrolysis?

Unlike other hair removal options, professionally performed Electrolysis eliminates unwanted hair, permanently,

with unsurpassed results. Moreover, it does so for the largest variety of skin and hair types. Threading, waxing, tweezing and depilatories may cause irritation to the skin while hair regrows and may also cause hair to grow thicker. Alternative methods can require a lifetime of maintenance.
Electrolysis works on most areas of the body to give you smooth and healthy looking skin. No other process will have the permanent satisfying results as electrolysis.


Does Electrolysis Hurt?

Electrolysis treatment can be adapted to suit each individual client by adapting current intensity, timing application and probe type, along with the choice of 3 different methods of electrolysis available.

Thermolysis - Blend - Galvanic methods

A skilled practitioner will review and adapt treatment to suit the clients’ needs.