Electrolysis is a hair removal process that has been used for years to treat unwanted hair. It is the only truly permanent hair removal process and can be used to treat any type of hair on any part of the body.

Electrolysis is especially effective to help with hair removal on smaller areas and many people utilise electrolysis to clean up the hair that laser hair removal can leave behind. Electrolysis also treats very fine, or light coloured hair that other hair removal techniques have trouble dealing with.

During electrolysis a needle is inserted into each hair follicle and an electric current is applied, destroying the hair at the root. As a result the hair never grows back and the surrounding skin becomes softer and more delicate.

Electrolysis is quite effective on areas of the body such as the face and neck and, unlike laser hair removal, can be used on lighter coloured hair or on people with darker skin complexions.

Modern Technology Means Excellent Results

Although electrolysis has been around for some time, the process and technology has changed throughout the years. The Newton Clinic uses the very latest Apilus digital electrolysis technology which provides the highest level of treatment available.

The Apilus Senior system provides a more comfortable treatment while delivering the most effective results. With modern digital technology the Apilus system can deliver the correct electrical pulse within a fraction of a second and can be adjusted to meet the specific needs of individual patients.

Is Electrolysis Right for You?

To find out if electrolysis or laser hair removal is the best option for you, contact The Newton Clinic today for a FREE consultation. The only thing you have to lose is unwanted hair!

The Newton Clinic is a proud member of the British Institute & Association of Electrolysis.

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