Bare Beauty Frequently Asked Questions.
How does Electrolysis work?
With electrolysis a fine filament is inserted into the natural opening of the hair follicle and a small burst of the hair growth cells. The hair cells control the hair size and structure, making it a course or thinner hair. Once the cells have been disabled, the follicle no longer has the ability to regenerate a new hair.
How many treatments will it take?
There are different factors that determine the treatment schedule required to achieve the end result.
- Amount of hair present and it’s structure.
- Previous temporary methods of removal.
- Hormone functions.
- Certain medications.
- Heredity and Stress.
Consistency with treatment schedules is very important to obtain the best results. The hair that is in the growth stage when treated is the hair that will respond the best.
How much will it cost?
Initial consultations are complimentary to discuss a treatment plan that will work for you.
What are the common areas of treatment?
- Women—Facial: Eyebrows, upper lip, lower lip, side of face, Chin and neck.
- Body: Under arms, breasts, arms, finger, bikini, tummy, legs toes and f
- Men—Facial: Eyebrows, cheek, ears, neck, top of nose and beard shaping
- Body: Shoulders, back, arms and chest.
Are Electrolysis treatments safe?
Yes! Needles are sterile, prepackaged for a one time use only and disposed after each treatment.
Hands Off! To avoid post treatment issues, it is important to keep the treated area clean. Touching the treatment area transfers dirt and body oil onto the area. It’s always best to use a gentle bacterial soap to cleanse the skin. If you must wear makeup or sunscreen over a newly treated area, first apply a layer of Polysporin anti-biotic cream.