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Electrolysis, when done correctly, ensures the removal of all types of hair on all skin types.

Electrolysis Hair Removal, Wirral

Your skin and hair type do not in any way influence electrolysis treatment, this is because electrolysis tackles each hair individually by sending a current directly into the root. Though this is a longer and more delicate method, its thoroughness is what enables hair removal.
Using sterile, disposable needles, Electrolysis removes unwanted hair gradually but effectively.
A consultation is required prior to commencing treatment.
The benefits of electrolysis include:
  • Effective on all hair colours – even grey and blond.
  • Suitable for all skin types.

Advanced electrolysis for red vein removal.

Thread veins (technically known as telangiectasia), are a common problem that can occur anywhere on the face.
They appear when the capillaries, the smallest blood vessels in the body, are put under too much pressure and become permanently dilated, giving them an angry red appearance which shows through the skin.
Factors which can contribute to their development include excessive alcohol, smoking, being overweight, rigorous exercise, sun exposure, washing with very hot or cold water, diet, pregnancy and ageing, among many other causes.
Treatment of thread veins on the face is performed using electrolysis. Our Electrolysis practitioner will first examine your skin to determine its general condition, before commencing treatment of the affected area.
A very fine, disposable probe will be placed just under the surface of your skin, into the capillary to be treated, and a gentle current will be passed through, along with a small amount of heat to seal off (or cauterise) the capillary. This process is repeated for each individual capillary requiring treatment.
Treatment can sometimes be completed in one session, however a series of treatments may be required on a larger area, or if the thread veins are more resistant to treatment.
A consultation is required prior to commencing treatment.
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