What is Electrolysis?
Your guide to
permanent FDA approved
hair removal.

All About Electrolysis For over 130 years Electrolysis has been known as a time-tested method of permanent hair removal and the only treatment that is FDA approved for permanent hair removal. Because of improved technology, electrolysis is more effective than ever. Modern day electrology is the science of permanent hair removal using new state of the art technology. Electrolysis works by physically treating each hair follicle so that further hairs cannot grow. A fine needle is inserted into the hair follicle at the surface of the skin and an electrical pulse travels through the needle. The treated hair is then removed with tweezers. This treatment process destroys hair growth tissue preventing regrowth of the hair and produces permanent results. Electrolysis hair removal can be accomplished on all skin types and on most parts of the body. Hairs on your face, arms, legs, most parts of the body can be removed forever!

Dedicated To Excellence Using the
Latest Technology, the Apilus xCell!

The process of electrolysis results in permanent and is FDA approved.  All Island Electrolysis uses PicoFlash™ technology, the Apilus xCell/27.12 mhz which utilizes all the electrolysis modalities and options for treatment of unwanted hair. It has a worldwide unique design which uses ultrafast radio-frequency which is up to six times faster than any other hair removal device. The Apilus xCell focuses the energy more intensely at the base of the hair producing permanent results much more quickly on all hair types. In fact, the teatment is performed so quickly that the sensation is barely noticeable. By offering such a high level of comfort, the Apilus xCell has become the preferred solution for all areas and types of clients including the most sensitive ones.

Call for a free consultation today with Jane E. Linsalato, President and Founder. Jane is a Certified Clinical Electrolygist (CCE). Jane also has a laser hair removal certification, Certified Laser Professional (CLP). For further information regarding electrolysis, please call us at 631-654-4553 or email us at info@allislandelectrolysis.com