2015 Electrolysis Rates

Susan Bowen, LE
  • 15 Minutes ………………. $35
  • 30 Minutes ………………. $45
  • 45 Minutes ………………. $60
  • 60 Minutes ………………. $75
  • 75 Minutes ………………. $90
  • 90 Minutes ………………. $115
Priced per session and per person.
In order to avoid a $25 fee, kindly give 24 hour notice if unavailable to keep appointment.
We accept cash, checks & credit card.

Electrolysis permanent hair removal in Shelburne VT

The Procedure

– A thin filament that is about the size of the treated hair is expertly inserted into the hair follicle.
– The skin is not punctured and the insertion is may be slightly felt.
– The current is applied and the hair releases and slides out of the follicle easily with a tweezer.
– Each hair is treated one at a time so that the germinating cells that cause the hair to grow are destroyed.
– It may seem like removing each hair individually would take a long time, but a skilled electrologist moves along quickly and accurately.

The Time Involved

Permanent hair removal is achieved by administrating a series of treatments in a given area. With each treatment the patient will notice that the hair is becoming finer and softer and less that hair is present. Each hair in a given area will cease to grow at different intervals. The amount and strength of the hair, previous hair removal methods, heredity, medications the patient is on, and stress are all factors that will influence how many treatments will be necessary to eliminate every hair permanently. Every hair can be eliminated permanently with electrolysis.

The Electrologist
  • Electrolysis is a procedure that must be performed with great precision; therefore, a skilled and licensed electrologist is necessary to achieve permanent hair removal.
The Advantages of Electrolysis over other hair removal methods
  • Electrolysis is non-discriminatory – it can permanently destroy every hair regardless of hair color or skin color.
  • Stay out of the sun for 48 hours after treatment. Use spf 30 or more.
  • Payments are affordable and are paid per treatment.
  • Electrolysis helps get rid of ingrown hair, boils and acne.
  • Electrolysis makes your pores smaller and the skin smoother.
  • Three modalities are available to treat light to stubborn hairs.
  • Electrolysis has passed the test of time
Possible skin reactions
  • Reddening of the treated skin area
  • Light swelling of the tissues
  • Heat and /or itching sensations
  • These effects will disappear between a few hours to a day after treatment.
  • In some situations, around the lips, a few freckles could become more visible.
Recommendations & After-treatment care
  • Avoid all acne fighting products especially those containing Isotretinoin (Brand names: Claravis, Anesteem, Soriatane, & Sortret) for 7 days before & after treatment.
  • Do not touch or scratch the treated area.
  • Avoid any friction.
  • Apply a soothing or antiseptic product over the areas that are sensitive or subjected to infection during the first 48 hours after the treatment.
  • Avoid contact with oily, perfumed, and alcohol based products
  • Apply a cold water & Epsom Salt compress if necessary.
  • Avoid very hot baths and saunas. Take a warm bath with baking soda if necessary.
  • Avoid exposure to U.V. radiation for the 24 hours before treatment and 48 hours after treatment.
  • Apply an overall sunscreen (min. SPF 30) following the treatment. Re-apply consistently throughout the day.
  • After 1-5 days or when redness disappears, exfoliate and moisturize the area.
Recommendations by area
  • Face: avoid using make-up products for the first 24 hours after treatment.
  • Underarms: do not use deodorant 48 hours after treatment.
  • Bikini Line: it is preferable to wear white cotton underwear 48 hours after treatment.