Electrolysis from £49*

There is only one way to remove grey or white hair permanently from the body or face and that is Electrolysis!

Laser hair removal isn’t the answer if you have grey or white hair. Only electrolysis is able to target grey or white hair on the body or face. The white or grey hair that grows on the chin and  other parts of the face can be quite obvious and lead some of us to feel self conscious – the good news is there is a solution.

Among all methods of hair removal, electrolysis is the only one recognised by the FDA as a permanent one. Electrolysis is a method of removing individual hairs on the face or body. The medical electrolysis devices used today destroy the hair’s growth center with heat or chemical energy. Tweezers are used to remove the hair after a very fine probe is inserted into the hair follicle.
You can treat most parts of your body with electrolysis, including your eyebrows, face, abdomen, thighs, breasts, and legs.

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How does Electrolysis work?

Hair removal using electrolysis is regarded as a permanent procedure. Using a microscopic needle, heated electric currents are applied directly to the hair follicle shaft, destroying the follicle and its ability to regenerate and support new hair growth.

In addition to being 100% effective at getting rid of hair permanently, Electrolysis is also a very safe process. With laser treatment, it may take many sessions to eradicate all regrowth of hair, whereas with Electrolysis, hair is removed at its source, making it permanent.

What are the benefits of Electrolysis?

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Electrolysis Safe?

Yes Electrolysis is safe and the only permanent hair removal solution to be approved by the FDA.

How long does Electrolysis take?

It depends on how much hair needs to be removed – so best to book a free consultation at Transform Clinic.

Is Electrolysis painful?

Most clients say that the treatment is a lot more bearable when a numbing cream is applied to the area to be treated. Some people, however, report no or very little pain and opt not to have anesthetic at all

Electrolysis v Laser Treatment

If you have  grey or white hair then Electrolysis is for you