Gone for Good Electrolysis uses advanced technology to treat many skin tones and hair types in a comfortable and soothing environment.

  • The Food and Drug Administration and the American Medical Association recognize electrolysis as a PERMANENT method of hair removal.
  • Safe for majority of skin tones and colors of hair.
  • Most areas of the body can be treated with electrolysis including eyebrows, face, thighs, abdomen, underarms, and bikini.
Electrolysis was developed more than 100 years ago to treat people with ingrown eyelashes. Electrolysis does not just remove the hair, it destroys the hair follicle that produces the hair. It does not target hair pigment, it attacks the follicle itself.

Electrolysis does require multiple sessions to achieve the best possible results. Many different skin and hair types benefit from electrolysis.

How Does it Work?

An electrical current is applied with a very fine probe into each hair follicle down to the papilla. It is the part of the follicle that contains blood and nerves that feeds the growing hair. The papilla is the electrologist's target.

When the probe is in place, a low-level electrical current is applied that can destroy the papilla and the hair is then removed. Many hairs will be eliminated with a few treatments, majority of hair will need multiple sessions to achieve permanent hair loss.

Hair grows in different stages: growing, resting, and shedding. Electrolysis involves a series of treatments over a period of time. The length of time depends on the amount of hair, its coarseness, the cause of the excess hair and many other factors. But once the dermal papilla has been eliminated, the hair is dead and will unlikely regrow.