Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal

Our Electrolysis/Electrology services are guaranteed totally permanent hair removal, not just a reduction for:

- all hair colours including blond, red, grey, white, brown, dark and black

- all skin colours including all tattooed areas

- all unwanted hair from everywhere of your body from head to toes

- every kind of hair, from sparse, light, thin, fine vellus to dense, dark, thick, and coarse hair

- every hair of all growth stages, not just anagen

We are flexible with all the exiting modalities: Blend, Fast blend, slow Galvanic, Thermolysis and Flash thermolysis.


Electrolysis vs Laser Hair Removal:

Why your age is important to your result?

On average, full pattern of hair growth should be completely developed after around mid 20's for female and mid 30's for male. This means a young client who still have to go through puberty may require more sessions and/or may spend longer time than a fully-grown adult on average.

There is no age restriction for laser & electrolysis hair removal but the client must has the maturity to demonstrate that he/she understand the treatment process, what is expected of the procedure, preparation before each treatment session & aftercare.

The benefits & risks of laser & electrolysis hair removal are the same for younger people as they are for adults.

The main decision to do laser or electrolysis hair removal needs to come from the clients themselves, not their parents or guardians. This must be something the young clients want for themselves and not because their parents want them to have it done.

However, for a client under the age of 18 years old, the presence of a legal guardian on the first consultation and written consent from a legal guardian are required.



If this is your very first treatment session and providing your regular commitments, you won't see much change (or significantly less hair) until after 6 months of regular electrolysis treatments for facial hair, and

after 2nd clearances for body hair (and each clearance is at lest 4-6 months apart).

The number of clearance is different from session number.

The number of sessions refer to the number of times u visiting therapist.

Each clearance refers to each time u have had ALL hairs in certain area removed/treated.

In the beginning, sessions are longer in duration and more frequent. Over time, treatments will shrink in duration and be spaced further and further apart until all hair is gone forever. Overall time to clear all hair in a certain area is around 1 ½ - 2 yrs on average, but a client must spend regular commitments.

A client should be able to observe the mentioned results with the condition that they have not waxed or plucked their hair for at least past 6 months before their very 1st electrolysis session, otherwise it may take a bit longer or few more sessions than average to have all unwanted hair permanently removed.

If a client has laser/diode/IPL hair removal prior to electrolysis, those light/optical therapies can retard hair growth upto many yrs. Says 4-6 yrs after your last laser treatment session you may still see regrown hair retarded by laser.

Electrolysis & Tattoos:

Hairs from tattooed areas can be permanently removed by electrolysis.

However, tattoos must be at least 6 months old before the electrolysis treatment can begin in such area.

Some individuals may need to have “tattoo touch up” after electrolysis due to certain dots/spots of inks may be faded.


My services are for customers who are seriously looking to get permanent results in hair removal, whether it is totally hair removal or just a significant hair reduction. I provide result guarantee in permanent hair removal and/or reduction as per requests of individual clients. Thus, ALL customers need to understand the following information.

Customers Beware!

Customers must understand that, in order to achieve results of permanent hair removal/reduction, your follicles must be inflamed 10-15 minutes after electrolysis or laser hair removal treatments. Once follicles received trauma, they will show signs that they have been destructed by firstly inflame (red & swollen); then after around 48 hrs some scabs may form; post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) may also form. These are not permanent and are parts of normal skin healing process, unlike permanent scars. No follicular inflammation, no results!

skin after electrolysis treatment
skin after electrolysis treatment

Before booking & coming for each appointment of electrolysis hair removal:

1. Your hair must be long enough (minimum 3 mm or longer) to be able to grab by the tweezers after the hair being released by electrolysis. So, please do not wax/tweeze/thread/pluck and stop tweezing/waxing/threading/plucking. No shaving neither.

2. To increase the effectiveness, please drink plenty of water at least during 4 hrs before coming to each electrolysis session.

Thermolysis vibrates liquid molecules. This creates frictions that generate heat destroying hair follicles.

Galvanic rearranges water and ... present in your hair follicle...

If you dehydrate and your skin and hair follicles are too dry, settings need to be increased and it can be more painful.

3. If u hv low pain tolerance, pls don't consume any coffee, caffeine, alcohol &/or energy drinks for at least 4 hrs or longer before coming to each session.

4. Please also wear clean & loose clothing for area u wish to b treated. Cotton & linen are more preferred. Avoid chafing fabrics.

5. Please have such skin area clean & free from moisturiser, make-up, deodorant, perfume & etc. before start each session and at least 48 hrs after the treatment.

6. Avoid electrolysis treatments when your skin is still inflamed or sensitive, such as from recently sun exposure, physical exfoliation, chemical peeling, needling, high frequency/RF treatments, light/optical/laser/diode/IPL treatments and etc.

Scars develop when both outermost layers (aka epidermis) & deeper layers are injured.

No visible scars when only one of the two affected.

Depending on therapist's skill, electrolysis should destroy hair follicles locating in deeper layers of skin, but not epidermis.

7. Electrolysis treatments aren't for everyone.

(The list is not meant to be exhaustive but is a good starting point for issues that are contraindicated for electrolysis treatments.)

Any concern, please contact us before booking.

-- Body dysmorphic disorder

-- People with the following health conditions must avoid Electrolysis treatments: active skin disease, implanted pacemakers, lack of skin/temperature sensation, hypertrophic/keloid scarring, history of skin cancer, during hormonal therapy or any infectious diseases.

-- Individuals with a known history of frequent Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) 1 or 2 lesions should begin prophylaxis prior to treatment as prescribed by their physician. Clients are advised to take the antiviral medications (examples: acyclovir or valacyclovir) at least one day before and continue after each treatment session strictly as directed until you finish the prescription, even if you feel better. If you stop taking medication too soon or skip doses, your infection may not be completely treated or may become more tolerant and difficult to treat.

-- Stop using topical products containing, such as benzoyl peroxide, glycolic/salicylic acids, AHA, alcohols, witch hazel, astringents, vitamin A and its derivatives, such as retinoids (like over-the-counter retinol and prescribed stronger tretinoin (Retin A), Tazorac, or etc. for at least 1 week before and after electrolysis treatment.

Discontinue isotretinoin (Accutane) for at least 6 months prior to electrolysis.

-- A certificate from your doctor is required before commencing Electrolysis treatment when you have suffered from at least one of the following health conditions: diabetes, high blood pressure, epilepsy, moles in area to be treated, metal implants in body (eg birth control IUD, metal staples in the chest, screws, pins or plates to repair broken bones or etc.), haemophilia, pregnancy, trying to conceive, during breastfeeding, on blood thinning medications or recovering from a recent operation (less than 6 months).

-- A certificate from your doctor is required before I can remove hair from your moles or pigment-producing skin cells to prove that you have had those areas checked and they are not cancerous. The needle used for removing hair from moles or pigment-producing areas, such as red and brown spots as for examples, should NOT be used elsewhere for normal skin areas to prevent cross contamination/metastasis.

-- Tattoos must be at least 6 months old before the electrolysis treatment can begin in such area.

*** Please inform us of pregnancy, breastfeeding, any other changes of your health condition and medications when booking & before starting each treatment session.

Please also inform us if you have any allergies.

You must disclose your medical circumstances to us before using our services. We are not liable for any medical and health issues that have not made known to us by the customer. ***