Electrolysis For Teens And Adolescents

Electrolysis for Teens and Adolescents

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Puberty is one of the most significant rites of passage in a person’s life. It marks the transition from childhood to young adulthood and along with it come intense hormonal changes. What does that mean? Well, you may grow extra hair in places where it shouldn’t. For girls, you may grow upper lip hair that makes you feel like you have a moustache. For boys, you may grow thick eyebrows that make you feel like you have only one and not two eyebrows. Don’t be embarrassed! This hair may be unwanted, but it is completely normal. If you are a young person reading this, talk to your parents or a trusted adult who cares about your well-being. If you’re a parent or guardian, finding a Certified Electrologist to assess your child's unwanted hair problem can present them with a permanent solution rather than a lifetime of using temporary methods of hair removal such as tweezing, shaving, threading, depilatory creams, waxing, bleaching or abrasives like pumice stones or harsh scrubbers. Children under the age of 16 must provide signed consent from a parent or guardian.



  • FACE: upper lip, lower lip, chin, jawline, side of face, cheek bones, eyebrows, glabella (between eyebrows), nose, hairline (fore head), Ears,
  • BODY: décolleté (neck front), nape (back of neck), breast, areola (nipples), chest (cleavage), axilla (under arm), back, arms upper & lower, hands & fingers, abdomen, bikini line (inner thighs), buttocks, legs: upper & lower, feet & toes.
  • NEVUS (moles): A note from your primary care Doctor or Dermatologist is required to remove hair from moles.
Frequently asked questions

Which Areas of the Body Can Be Treated?  All areas listed above can be treated. Your particular concerns can be discussed with your Certified Electrologist during your assessment.

How Long Does It Take? Completion time varies with each individual depending on the coarseness of the hair, the number of hairs to be removed and whether or not temporary methods were previously used. Permanency is achieved through a series of regular treatments.

What Is the Cost? The cost will vary depending on the amount of hair you have. The total cost may be less than the continuing cost of temporary methods.

INITIAL ASSESSMENT (REQUIRED): Your 30 minute assessment includes a discussion about your Client Intake Form, hair removal history and about the hair growth cycles. A treatment plan is defined to best suit your lifestyle, schedule and financial budget. You will then have the information you need to make an informed decision.

Electrolysis is the Only Permanent Method of Hair Removal recognized by the FDA and Medical Society.

Advantages of electrolysis
  • Electrolysis is the only medically proven permanent method of hair removal recognized by the Food and Drug administration (FDA)
  • Electrolysis is your best option for expert, detailed eyebrow shaping
  • Electrolysis is the most efficient method for treating vellus (fine) hair, especially light blond hair
  • Electrolysis is recommended for treating ingrown hair
  • Electrolysis is best suited for treating hair growth from skin transplants due to trauma from severe burns
  • Electrolysis is recommended for treating hair growth from skin transplants due to skin cancers
  • Electrolysis is suited for treating hair growth from skin trauma due to injuries and surgeries
  • Electrolysis is recommended for treating hair growth due to cystic acne scars and scars from other forms of acne
  • Electrolysis is recommended for treating hair growth due to picking and digging (scarring) the skin to squeeze pustules and tweeze those pesky short hairs