Electrolysis Hair Removal
Helping you achieve skin confidence
An alternative to laser hair removal you didn’t know existed!
The only FDA approved permanent hair removal solution on the market.
Hair free days ahead!
Why choose Sterex Electrolysis?
- Sterex is world renowned as the brand that electrologists know, use and trust for electrolysis
- It’s the only method of hair removal that can treat any combination of hair colours and skin tones. It can also be used alongside other hair removal methods for a comprehensive treatment plan.
- We treat Red, Blonde, Black, Brown, White and Grey hair successfully
- Advanced, highly experienced clinicians
The technical bit:
- Electrolysis works by treating individual hairs, inserting a small probe directly into the follicle.
- A mixture of heat and a chemical reaction then kills the base of the follicle stopping the hair from growing back.
Yes, you will be expected to grow the hair in the treatment area for 3-7 days prior to the appointment. This is key to allow the clinician to clearly see each follicle in the treatment area, enhancing a successful treatment.
Typically, you would have treatments once a week and the appointments can be between 15-60 minutes. Our experienced front of house team can help you establish which appointment would be most suitable for the treatment area.
Your clinician will adjust the settings until the correct ‘working point’ is reached. This is when the hair slides out of the follicle without any resistance, indicating that the base of the follicle has been destroyed preventing the hair from growing back.
This varies for each client and is based on a range of factors such as how much hair is in the area, the strength/thickness of the hairs and how the client finds the treatment in regard to the sensation. At your first treatment your clinician will provide more guidance on this.
Our highly skilled and experienced clinicians have developed their techniques to allow for a comfortable treatment. Commonly a mild discomfort is experienced as the probe is inserted, likened to a slight pricking/pinching sensation. However, this part of the process doesn’t last long therefore keeping to a minimum any discomfort felt.