Palm Beach FL Hair Removal Permanent Electrolysis Treatments Launched

Palm Beach, Florida permanent hair removal clinic Decal Electrolysis announced an the launch of an updated range of electrolysis treatments for clients interested in an efficient way to stop unwanted hair growth.

North Palm Beach, United States - October 17, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Decal Electrolysis, a hair removal center based in Palm Beach, Florida, announced the launch of an updated range of electrolysis treatments for clients interested in permanent hair removal. The only permanent hair removal treatment approved by the FDA, electrolysis effectively destroys the hair follicle, thus permanently preventing hair from growing back.

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The clinic’s recent launch aims to provide a reliable, permanent alternative to other types of hair removal solutions. While most consider laser treatments to be permanent, hair follicles typically recover after laser procedures.

Unlike laser hair removal, electrolysis targets and permanently destroys hair follicles. Depending on the hair growth profile of each client, achieving permanent results may take multiple electrolysis sessions.

Decal Electrolysis uses high-quality modern electrolysis equipment to ensure high standards of safety and efficiency. The computer-controlled epilators contribute to minimizing potential discomfort and making the electrolysis sessions as comfortable as possible.

The Palm Beach permanent hair removal clinic provides each client with a personalized consultation to analyze their hair growth and create a custom hair removal plan.

A typical session involves the insertion of a fine needle into the natural opening of the hair follicle, and the application of a small electrical current to destroy the hair growth cells.

Electrolysis hair removal treatments can be used to successfully remove unwanted hair from all body areas, including face, arms, legs, armpits, back and more.

All procedures are undertaken in a safe, sterile and clinically controlled environment to ensure high standards of safety and quality.

With the latest update, Decal Electrolysis continues to expand its range of permanent hair removal services according to the latest industry developments.

A satisfied client said: “Barbara is amazing. She is a consummate professional. She’s experienced, genuinely caring, compassionate, easy to contact and very accommodating with appointments. I am extremely pleased with my results and her work. I’ve had about 7 or 8 one-hour sessions in just over a couple of months and I’m truly astonished at the difference it’s made.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Barbara DeCavalcanti
Email: Send Email
Organization: Decal Electrolysis
Address: 784 US-1, North Palm Beach, FL 33408, United States
Phone: +1-561-622-1847

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88928253

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