permanent Hair Removal

Bare Beauty Electrolysis

What is Electrolysis?

Electrolysis is the only method approved by the FDA for permanent removal of unwanted hair.

Electrolysis is the only form of permanent hair removal. Regardless of the cause of unwanted hair: heredity, metabolic, or hormonal conditions–electrolysis will permanently remove unwanted hair to reveal a glowing, confident you.

Now available in the La Crosse and Onalaska area at Bare Beauty Electrolysis, 419 Sand Lake Road, Suite D1, Onalaska, WI.

(Information from the American Electrology Association)

Cadence Stewart electrologist in the La Crosse and Onalaska, WI area.

Cadence Stewart

Cadence Stewart is a Licensed Electrologist who obtained her education at the Eau Claire Institute of Electrology here in WI.  Cadence is up to date with all of the latest methods and technology used in the Electrology industry. She cares deeply for her clients and takes the time to figure out the best treatment options for each individual. Before her journey brought her to Onalaska she worked as an electrologist in La Crosse and has been serving this community with pride. Cadence is extremely excited to continue serving the Onalaska/La Crosse area and beyond for years to come.

Cadence performing electrolysis on a patient for permanent hair removal conveniently located in Onalaska, WI.

Electrolysis Procedure

We provide permanent hair removal in a private, professional setting. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment that doesn’t involve lasers or waxing; just electrolysis – the only permanent hair removal system recognized and approved by the FDA and the American Medical Association.

The electrolysis procedure works as follows; an Electrologist inserts a very fine probe (which is about the same size or smaller than the hair being treated) into the natural opening of the hair follicle alongside the hair shaft. (This does not cause pain or discomfort.)  A small amount of electrical current is then applied to destroy the hair growth cells. The electrical current causes a very brief sensation of heat, some clients also describe it as pin-prick sensation.