Questions & answers


Three modalities of electrolysis

What we have learned from our clients

How Electrolysis works

How Electrolysis works

Is the Electrolysis treatment painful?


Some people may feel more discomfort than others. Interestingly, laser hair removal can be more [painful] than electrolysis.


People who’ve been waxing for some time, have found their skin to be more desensitized. Therefore, they may handle the electrolysis treatments much better.





Are there any foods/drinks that I cannot have before an electrolysis treatment?


Try not to drink coffee or anything with caffeine in it because it may make you extra sensitive. The Electrolysis treatment is more comfortable if you are relaxed.







Electrolysis was invented in 1875 by an eye-doctor who was trying to treat his patients who had ingrown eyelashes and since that time on electrolysis has proven itself to be the only “permanent” hair removal method that actually works. If you don't believe us you can check out the FDA website. Electrolysis is the only FDA approved “permanent” hair removal method.


You can have confidence that the FDA has approved Electrolysis for use in removing unwanted hairs permanently. It's a great solution to help you feel happy and beautiful.


When it comes to permanently removing unwanted hair, electrolysis us the results and confidence every step of the process.




Pain killer suggestions


You can consider using over the counter drugs. We all are different and need to experiment a little bit to find out what works for each of us. We have collected this data from clients who have successfully used these methods. We always recommend you ask your doctor first, they’ll] definitely suggest something. Meanwhile, over the counter drugs still remains one of the easiest and most affordable solutions for reducing the discomfort.


There are many over the counter and alternative solutions that may help a lot. We have made a booklet that includes all of these solutions and suggestions. You’ll need to experiment and see which one works best for you. And we always recommend that you ask to your doctor first.






Cataphoresis is an electrical treatment that is applied after electrolysis. It reduces the redness, cools down and disinfects your skin.  In about 30 to 45 minutes after your treatment, you will see your skin return back to nearly normal. This post treatment is especially suitable for people with hypersensitive skin types.


The Cataphoresis process is not a required treatment and is often not offered by other electrologists. However, we always perform cataphoresis because we deeply care about the healing process that your skin needs after the electrolysis treatment.


Benefits of cataphoresis:


-reduction of inflammation, irritation, redness and edema

-acid produced at the electrode is germicidal

-tightens dilated pores

-restores the pH level following Blend Electrolysis by neutralizing the alkali










Electrolysis vs Lasera

Is it OK to have an electrolysis done while I’m having my period?


It is OK to have an appointment during that time. However, it’s best to have the treatment done when you’re not having your period because you’re more sensitive. We have treated many women who  haven’t had any issues but there are some who are easily irritated and don’t take electrolysis too well at that time. If you are more sensitive, then please make sure your appointment is not at the same time as your period.





What we have learned from our clients


“Instead of using ice-cubes, pour water into a Ziploc freezer bag and freeze it flat. This kind of ice pack is so much more convenient and effective” Nicole B.


“Hair comes out from your logo animation and disappears in the air? If it falls to the floor, it will better convey the concept of your company.” Chandini Y


“Vaseline can do wonders to your ingrown hairs. Apply to the skin before bed time and in the morning your skin will be soft enough to release ingrown hairs.” Queen




Three modalities of electrolysis are:





Electolysis is the original method of hair removal when it was invented. Patient holds the electrode in the hand, current is applied and lye production us stimulated. Hairs are removed as a result. For electrolysis direct current is used, it takes more time and is more painful to compare to thermolysis.


Thermolysis is the faster version of electrolysis and does exactly the same with less time and pain. For thermolysis alternate current is used.


Blend = electrolysis + thermoysis. This method is also more time consuming and painful because electrolysis is ivolved.