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Permanent Hair Removal

Because only peaches should be fuzzy


Electrolysis is the only permanent hair removal technique that works on all hair and skin types. Other methods only focus on immediate, but temporary, hair removal. Only electrolysis permanently eliminates unwanted hair.


Electrolysis has the best overall results, versus any other method, in ridding hair permanently. Electrolysis has been performed for over 100 years, and is recognized by the FDA for the permanent removal of unwanted hair.


Compared to a lifetime of waxing, shaving or plucking, Electrolysis is a very cost effective solution to removing unwanted hair permanently.

How it Works

An electrolysis treatment involves the inserting of a sterile probe, the same size as the hair, into the hair follicle opening down to the DERMAL PAPILLA. The dermal papilla is the electrologist’s target. It is the part of the follicle that contains blood and nerves and feeds the growing hair. It’s the papilla and the regenerative cells surrounding it are destroyed, the hair will die. When the probe is in place, a low-level electrical current is applied that will destroy the papilla and surrounding cells and loosen the hair in the follicle. The hair is then removed. Many hairs will be eliminated with only one treatment, but some may need more treatments to achieve permanency. Electrolysis involves a series of treatments over a period of time. The length of time depends on the amount of hair, its coarseness, the cause of the excess hair and many other factors, but once the dermal papilla has been eliminated, the hair is dead and will not re-grow.

There are three modalities that can be used to eliminate unwanted hair, and all three are effective.

The oldest form of electrolysis, is a chemical method that utilizes a direct current to convert normal body salt and water in the follicle into a compound capable of destroying the dermal papilla. The chemical (sodium hydroxide) is produced only in the follicle and does not affect any other area. One probe or several probes working simultaneously can be used during this process. A method that uses a high frequency current to produce heat in the area influenced by the current. This heat cauterizes and destroys the dermal papilla. One sterile probe is used during this process. This method combines both currents together in the same probe. Thermolysis enhances the action of the galvanic method to produce a faster process.

Your electrologist will select the best method for you based on your hair type, skin characteristics and sensitivity. Their choice will assure you of the greatest maximum comfort and permanency for your hair problem.




Treatment Areas

Appearance is an important aspect of ones business and social world for both men and women.

Fashion often dictates how much or how little hair is “stylish.” Women have been removing body hair to keep up with the times since civilization began. Hair removal can be done on the hairline, eyebrows, ear, top of the nose, cheeks, sideburn area, upper and lower lip, chin, throat, neck, shoulders, back, chest, breasts, abdomen, arms, legs, bikini line, hands feet, toes, fingers and personal areas. We do not treat the inside of the ear canal or the inside of the nose. Hairy moles can be treated with the permission of a doctor. It is perfectly safe to treat pregnant women, but the breast and abdominal area should not be treated after the sixth month of pregnancy due to tenderness in these areas as well as possible hormone stimulation. With today’s emphasis on healthful living, the modern man enjoys being well-groomed and looking attractive, too. Many men seek the services of an electrologist for permanent hair removal. Areas of concern for men would include: Hairlines, eyebrows, beard lines, shoulders, back, neck, chest, ears, nose and personal areas. Ingrown hairs are also a serious problem for many men and cause them constant irritation. Electrolysis can help in this area as well.

Common Questions
Can all the hair be removed during one session?
Usually not. In the skin there are many hair follicles. However not all the hair follicles are active at the same time. Some follicles are resting while the adjacent follicles are growing hair. Eventually the active follicles slow down, cease growing hair and revert to a resting stage. Meanwhile those that were previously resting become active and commence growing hair. This continuously alternating process is referred to as the hair growth cycles. We can only remove the hairs that are visible at the surface of the skin. We must wait for the alternate hairs to appear before we can treat them.
Does it hurt?
Clients often express concern that it will hurt, but after the first hair is removed they relax. Most people will say, "Is that all it is?" In truth, the stories of pain are exaggerated. The treatment sensation is compared to a minor sting or pinch.
Feel free to Contact Us with any other questions or concerns you may have.

Contact Us
You can find us inside the Noblesville Athletic Club 411 S. Harbour Drive, Noblesville IN 46062 

address 411 S. Harbour Drive, Noblesville IN 46062
        (Inside the NAC)

phone 317-455-8212


You can't prevent unwanted hair, but we can correct it.