Monday - Saturday By Appointment Only

Schedule Appointment

Pre Appointment Care and Information


Please follow the following guidelines to ensure the best treatment:

  • Stop any tweezing, waxing or epilating in the area you would like treated.
  • If you are currently shaving, stop shaving the area you wish to treat about 2 – 4 days before your appointment. If you are not currently shaving, do not start.
  • Dehydrated follicles are more difficult to treat. Drink plenty of water starting at least 24 hours before your appointment.
  • Stimulants can affect sensitivity. Avoid drinking caffeine the day of your appointment.
  • Stress and anxiety can heighten your sensitivity. Get a good night’s sleep the night before your appointment, take a deep breath and relax. Many clients enjoy listening to music or an audio book to help them relax during treatment.


  • Always treat the area like an open wound… even if there are no adverse effects.
  • Do not touch the treated area unless cleaning to avoid infection.
  • Clean the area with a good antibacterial soap 2 – 3 times a day for 2 – 3 days.
  • Avoid products containing perfumes and/or alcohol. They will irritate and dry out your skin. A mild astringent such as witch hazel may be used if needed.
  • Do not expose area to the sun or tanning for 72 hours to avoid pigmentation. If you must be in the sun, protect the area by covering and always wear sunscreen.
  • Do not wear makeup for 48 hours. Mineral or medicated makeup is okay if absolutely necessary.
  • You may apply antibacterial ointment, such as Neosporin, if it works well with your skin type. Some may find that this exacerbates breakouts if used on the face. A soothing, healing cream by M’lis called Tissue Repair has worked wonders for many of my clients. A free sample will be given to you after your first treatment and is available for purchase if it agrees with your skin. Other clients have had great results using topicals such as 100% aloe vera, tea tree oil, shea butter, vitamin e, etc. Some clients find that less is better and prefer not to apply anything. Whatever you decide to use, make sure to apply with clean hands or cotton swab.
  • If irritation is especially bothersome applying a 1% hydrocortisone cream can lessen the irritation as well as reduce redness and inflammation. Use sparingly.
  • Normal side effects are redness, swelling and tenderness. Occasionally tiny scabs may appear. This is completely normal. Do not pick at or scratch the area or scarring could occur.
  • Underarms: Do not use deodorant for 48 hours.
  • Stop tweezing, waxing and/or epilating the treated area. The less you do with your hair between treatments, the better. However, for one’s sanity, this is not always possible. If there are only a few hairs that really bother you, clip each individual hair with small scissors. If there is more hair than can be managed this way then shaving is acceptable.
  • Follow the treatment plan prescribed by your electrologist. Electrolysis is a process that takes time, patience and dedication. The reward of smooth hair free skin makes it all worth it!


We cannot treat:
  • Warts
  • Broken skin
  • Sunburned skin
  • Cold sores

Herpes – Must be on medication and not currently having an outbreak if working on affected areas


  • Diabetes
  • Heart Conditions
  • Metal Implants (pacemakers, pins, rods, plates, etc.)
  • Moles or birthmarks in the area you want treated
  • Stimulator (brain, bladder, cochlear etc.)
  • Any disease or medication that may cause slow healing or fragile skin
  • Any other health issue that may raise concern… when in doubt, get a note.