Treatment Option 1
Electrolysis Hair Removal
As the only method approved by the FDA for permanent hair removal, electrolysis involves utilizing a needle/probe device that’s inserted into the hair follicle and discharges a small amount of energy that destroys the hair growth tissue. When done right, the regenerative ability of the hair follicle is permanently eliminated. Anja has rightfully mastered this skill, while being able to produce quick results, without marks or scars.
She is the only member of BIAE in Wales.
Treatment Option 2
There is no good area or bad area to start electrolysis for a transgender person.
What Anja can advise is to wait to start bodywork until your face is being cleared with an hour a week.
A most common pattern:
-Face first and foremost
-Highly visible areas such shoulders, hands, feet, eyebrows, abdomen etc
Frequency of laser treatments on body: 6-8 weeks
Treatment Option 3
Anja has been accredited with MASCED UK for the early detection and prevention of skin cancer and melanoma since 2018. Anja does not treat pigmented moles or any new or growing skin lesion of any type and advise clients to monitor any change in skin blemish or mole and seek medical advice quickly if there is any change for example in colour, shape or growth.
This new technology allows for gentle permanent hair removal. It is the most powerful and fastest machine available.
APILUS machines set a new standard in the field of 100% permanent hair removal by raising the efficiency, speed and comfort of its predecessors to a whole new level. Sophisticated design with touch screen, personalized treatment programs and the unique 27.12 MHz radiofrequency all work together to give a perfect performance and reduced number of treatments necessary to permanently destroy hair follicles.
In electrolysis hair removal and micro-aesthetic care, precision is the name of the game.
Special camera or magnifying loopes to be as precise as possible is a must.
What's the difference between electrolysis and laser IPL?
1.Laser hair removal may be done just about anywhere on the face and body, except your eye area. This makes the procedure versatile in its uses.
There is also little-to-no recovery time involved. You can resume your normal activities after each procedure.
Although new hairs may still grow, you’ll notice that they grow finer and lighter in colour than before. This means that when there is regrowth it won’t look as heavy as before.
This procedure tends to work best if you have both fair skin and dark hair. You shave prior to treatment. Large areas can be done during one appointment.
2.In addition to producing more permanent results, electrolysis is extremely versatile. It helps inhibit new hair growth for all skin and hair types (even grey and red ones). Electrolysis may also be used anywhere on the body, including the eyebrows. You just grow hair you need to be treated a couple of days before treatment. Small areas can be done during one appointment. Skin can be sensitive after treatment, frequent appointments will be necessary.
What areas can be treated?
Virtually any area, apart from the inner ear (the rim of the ear can be safely treated).
Common areas for women are facial areas, (top lip, chin, neck, cheeks, eyebrows) breasts, abdomen, underarms, bikini line, legs, fingers and toes.
Common areas for men are the upper arms, around the ears, top of the nose, eyebrows, top of the back, cheeks above the line of the beard, around the edges of the beard and any areas where ingrown hairs are causing problems.
Transgender/transsexual females often require full beard removal and some chest hair removal.
Who can have electrolysis?
Electrolysis is effective on all skin colours and types of hair, no matter the colour.
Why does electrolysis work on dark skin? Because we look for the opening where the hair emerges from the skin. There does not need to be a significant difference between the colour of the hair and the colour of your skin to do this.
Contraindication for electrolysis:
Blood Thinning Medication
Recent Scar Tissue
(in the treatment area)
Rosacea [active] (in treatment area)
Sunburn (in the treatment area)
Consultation and patch test are compulsory unless you had treatment elsewhere and you know what to expect. As soon as you book consultation more information will be sent via email.