Commonly asked questions about CPC and Electrolysis
Using modern technology, skilled Electrologists will permanently remove unwanted hair from the face or body. This process utilizes a very fine sterile probe that is inserted into the hair follicle and a small amount of high frequency energy is applied. This procedure destroys the hair growth cells in the follicle tissue, so it can no longer produce hair, making it the Permanent Solution. This, however, is not a one shot deal but takes several treatments.
Some medications (drug side effects)
Some temporary hair removal methods
The average treatment ranges from 20 minutes to one hour or more. The length of each appointment depends upon the amount of hair that needs to be removed. Due to factors including hair growth cycles, heredity, medical conditions, hormones, medications and previous use of temporary hair removal methods, the number of treatments required to permanently remove hair varies with each client.
This is a common concern, so for that reason, you may book an Assessment. This allows you to experience what treatments feel like, see how your skin will react, and learn about the growth cycles of the hair and its destruction. Thus allowing you to make an informed decision.
There are a variety of temporary hair removal methods to choose from, but they all require frequent, almost constant, maintenance and some will actually cause additional excess hair growth. You also may be contributing to additional skin irritations as well.
Yes! Some medical insurance plans cover Electrolysis Treatments when performed by a Certified Professional Electrologist. Electrolysis Treatments under Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP) is one known to me. This is the plan that provides coverage for the Canadian Military and Federal Government Employees (must be seen by a Physiologist or Psychiatrist to provide a letter for coverage to commence).Some medical plans have a Health Care Spending section that clients use to cover Electrolysis Treatments. Electrolysis, performed on Facial Hair only is covered on your Income tax under Medical Expense. Must be accompanied by signed receipts provide from your Certified Professional Electrologist.
Yes, It certainly is! Electrolysis has long been recognized by the Medical Profession as the only Permanent Method of Hair Removal. It must be noted that it will take multiple treatments to break down the follicle tissue. The experience, skill and knowledge of your Electrologist and the consistency of you, the client will insure Permanent results.
Absolutely! This method has been proven to be safe and effective for more than 141 years. “Electrolysis is the Only Permanent Method of Hair Removal” approved by the FDA and the Medical Society.
Permanent Hair Removal on all skin types, skin color and hair including white, gray, blond and dark hairs. Men and women of all ages receive treatment, including those who would never dream of leaving the house without tweezers in hand or shaving before they leave home. Clients gain a lot of personal time and less stress and worry by seeing our Electrologist. Schedule your Assessment and walk away with a treatment plan for beautiful, smooth, hair free skin! You have nothing to lose… except unwanted hair!
There are no restriction for treating pregnant women. Electrolysis has 3 feature: Electrolysis, Thermolysis, and the Blend. I recommend that during the pregnancy they only have Thermolysis treatments.
We respect your privacy. We never discuss your treatment with anyone except you.
With well over a century of proven effectiveness, Electrolysis is the only safe and permanent method of hair removal. Today’s Electrolysis treatments remain the only process approved as Permanent Hair Removal by the Food and Drug Administration and the Medical Society.
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