FAQ

A: Eyebrows, face, beard, ears, armpits, chest, back, stomach, arms, private parts, legs, etc.

A: Yes, the electrolysis hair removal process has been proven to work for any type of skin and hair color. You do not have to worry about your hair color or skin color. Regardless of whether you have blonde hair, black skin, or white hair, this is something that works perfectly and gets you amazing results.

A: Electrolysis hair removal is not a gender-specific treatment. Therefore, it is suitable for all genders including males, females, and transgenders.

Electrolysis hair removal is a process that has been FDA-approved as a safe and healthy hair treatment method. There is absolutely no health concern with the use of electrolysis.

Yes, electrolysis is a permanent hair removal method. It involves the use of electrolytes to target individual hair follicles which in turn ensures that they cannot regrow.

People react differently to electrolysis hair treatment. Some experience mild discomfort while for others it is a seamless and painless process.

Each session of an electrolysis hair treatment can last anywhere from 20 minutes up to 8 hours. This depends on a number of factors including the density of the hair, treated area and the skin type. Please start with our consultation packages for the first time.

The number of sessions needed depends on factors such as the size of the treated area and individual hair growth patterns. Multiple sessions are usually required for optimal results.

People react differently, but the majority do not experience any kind of side effects. Some people that experience mild side effects can see skin redness, slight swelling or a bit of skin sensitivity. All these however always disappear after a short while.

Hair removal in the bikini area is possible only with the use of tampons. However, it is not recommended during menstruation, because skin problems may occur more easily due to hormonal imbalance, and you may feel more pain than usual.

Electrolysis can be done on any type of hair and skin type. Thick or coarse hair should therefore not be an issue at all. An electrologist will recommend the best procedure and session requirements for this type of hair.

Aftercare is very crucial to ensure that you get the best results after an electrolysis hair removal procedure. You will be advised on what to use and what to avoid as well as how long to avoid them. But generally, there aren’t a lot of significant restrictions.

Everybody has different electrolysis-tailored sessions depending on a number of factors like the area being treated and the hair density. The session wait period will therefore be up to the electrologist’s recommendation.

 Aftercare is required to ensure the effectiveness of the entire procedure. There are a number of things that the electrologist will recommend including the proper products such as creams to use, diet, and other recommendations like minimal exposure to the sun.

While waxing and laser hair removal can be used for hair removal, only electrolysis is globally approved as the healthiest option. By comparison, electrolysis is also the only option that guarantees permanent hair removal.

Your last shave should be at least 72 hours before your treatment. Doing so will ensure that your hair is grown up and can be easily removed.

The initial counseling is essential to understand each client’s individual needs and to serve our clients better.

A: There is no limitation on the part of the body where electrolysis cannot be done. 

Facial Hair, Hairline and Nape, Eyebrows Arms and Underarms, Abdomen and Back, Bikini Line, Legs , Fingers and Toes, Neckline, Ears and Nose, Manzilians and Brazilians

A: You’re welcome to book an appointment even if you don’t speak Japanese.  

The treatment will be performed by female staff with professional qualifications.