Services & Rates

Electrolysis is the only FDA approved method of permanent hair removal and is safe and effective for all hair and skin types. The process involves introducing a light current into the hair follicle. When the current connects with moisture it works to destroy the blood supply to the follicle.

Unwanted hair is a common problem, and has many contributing factors, including genetics, topic hair removal methods, medications, and hormonal influences.  Most people have unwanted hair and use temporary methods of hair removal for years, many of which can worsen the unwanted hair problem. Why not invest now in permanent hair removal?

Electrolysis Instead of Laser

Have you been told you’re not a good candidate for laser?  You can turn to electrolysis!

Laser is a common approach to treating unwanted hair, and is effective in certain situations and with certain hair and skin types.  However, even for the perfect candidate, the FDA approves laser as a method of permanent hair reduction, not permanent removal. Generally there can be 10% of hairs that are not destroyed through laser.  Additionally, laser does not work effectively on blonde hair or dark skin and can be cost prohibitive, particularly if you want multiple areas treated.

Therefore, Electrolysis can be a great way to finish up after laser treatments for those hairs that resist treatment, or for individuals with certain hair or skin types.

Common Areas to Treat with Electrolysis

Although Electrolysis can be done anywhere on the body*, common areas treated by electrolysis include:

  • Eyebrows
  • Upper lip
  • Chin
  • Breasts
  • Ears
  • Stomach

* Black Hills Electrolysis does not treat the bikini/briefs area at this time.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Electrolysis is an effective treatment option for women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, as well as those who have experienced unwanted hair growth due to hormonal changes (including puberty, pregnancy and menopause).

Mayo Clinic  Women’s Health

Rates:

  • 15 minutes = $25
  • 20 minutes = $30
  • 30 minutes = $45
  • 45 minutes = $60
  • 60 minutes = $75

Each additional minute is $1.00.

     + Sales Tax