How much is Electrolysis in San Diego?
Electrolysis is one of the best investments you can make in yourself. Instead of paying the price of shaving, depilatories and other hair removal treatments, you can choose electrolysis to get rid of your unwanted hair for good.
The price of electrolysis depends on various details such as the amount of hair to be removed, the surface area that needs to be treated, and the location of the clinic. As a general rule, such services are more expensive in big cities than in small towns or rural areas.
Generally speaking, the electrolysis cost is slightly lower than the cost of laser hair removal procedure. Most other methods require multiple series of treatment sessions, hence adding up to large expenses. This makes electrolysis a wise investment.
How many treatment sessions are needed with electrolysis?
The number of session varies from one client to another. The amount of hair, the genetics, the hormones, the health and the lifestyle of each individual can influence the number of sessions required to eliminate all the unwanted hair completely. Your current hair removal practices can also influence the length of the treatment. If you use to wax or tweeze your hairs, you're going to need more frequent treatments than someone who shaves.
Depending on the areas being treated, each electrolysis session may range anywhere from 15 minutes to one hour. For best results, it is advisable that you stick to the instructions provided by the specialist.
How often can I schedule my sessions?
If you only want to get rid of several annoying hairs on your face, you may only need two or three 15-minute sessions. However, if you want to remove the hair on your legs, you will need many one hour long appointments.
The frequency and the length of your treatment sessions depend on the amount of hair you need to get rid of. As you progress, less time is going to be needed to complete your treatment.
Anyway, follow our electrologist's recommendations, and schedule your appointments accordingly.
We Provide Electrolysis For The Following Areas
Stomach (Abdominal Region)
Male Bikini Area