A permanent method of hair removal by short wave diathermy using a high frequency current. A fine sterile, disposable needle is inserted into the hair follicle, the current generates heat causing coagulation and eventual destruction of the active hair-producing area of the follicle. It is suitable for all areas of the body and on all hair types and colour. A series of treatments at regular intervals may be required to achieve best results as it is important to treat hairs in the growing stage of their growth cycle.

Advanced Electrolysis - The same method used to produce thermal coagulation which reduces the appearance of unsightly veins or sebum trapped within a blind duct in milia. The length and number of treatments will vary depending on skin condition and skin responses.