PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL BY ELECTROLYSIS
Thanks to its success, electrolysis is the only hair removal system considered permanent by the FDA and the American Medical Association.
If you're looking for a permanent method of hair removal, you may want to consider electrolysis. Electrolysis doesn't just remove the hair, it destroys the hair follicle that produces the hair. A hair follicle destroyed by electrolysis will never produce a hair again.
During electrolysis, a tiny needle is inserted into the skin. The needle is placed into a hair follicle. A low-level electrical pulse is sent to destroy the papilla and the hair follicle. The existing hair falls out, and the process is repeated.
At Bloomfield Esthetics, Joanne uses the “thermolysis” method of electrolysis. Thermolysis is used by over 90% of all electrologists due to its effectiveness and speed.
New Clients To Electrolysis - I recommend booking 15 minutes for the first appointment. I will set up a treatment plan at that time for the quickest results.
you can use our online scheduler program to set up your appointment yourself or call the office 248-626-1990 to have the receptionist book your appointment.
Electrolysis Clients New To BE - You probably have a schedule already in place and you can use our online scheduler program to set up your appointment yourself or call the office 248-626-1990 to have our receptionist book your appointment.
It takes several months for each growth cycle to come in, so a series of treatments should be expected.
15 minutes = $15.00
30 minutes = $30.00
45 minutes = $45.00
60 minutes = $55.00
Joanne is recommended by many doctors in the area and has a proven track record of over 30 years’ experience.
Please feel free to contact Joanne for any questions or concerns at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I usually respond to all inquiries within 24 hours.
Tuesday: 9 - 5
Wednesday: 9 - 5
Friday: 9 - 5
Saturday: 9 - 5
All clients must provide a 24 hour notice (during regular work hours) to avoid paying for service
Tuesday appointments must be cancelled by Saturday.