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Electrolysis

The Whole You Spa provides the Electrolysis treatments to anyone who wats to get rid
of unwanted hair in any body area (except nose and ears). All Electrolysis treatments
are performed by a NYS certified Electrologist with many years of experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is electrolysis?

For more than 100 years, the only recognized method of truly permanent hair removal
(epilation) has been electrolysis. With this technique, a fine probe is inserted into

the hair follicle and a low-intensity electric current is applied, effectively eliminating
the germinative cells which are responsible for hair growth.

While this basic technique is still used today in the field of electrolysis, the creators of
Apilus(R) were convinced that electrolysis could be much more efficient and comfortable
thanks to the integration of modern techniques. They perfected a computer-assisted
system that concentrates and controls the electric current so that only the germinative
cells are destroyed. It was the beginning of a new era in the world of electrolysis.

How is your electrolysis better than other places?

The Whole You Spa provides Electrolysis using the state-of-the-art computerized
Apilus(R) technology. Apilus(R) is an advanced electrolysis technology that has proven
itself time and again. With thousands of units in use in Apilus(R) centers around

the world, the Apilus(R) technology offers hair removal treatments that are more
efficient, more comfortable and more rapid than any other epilation technique.

Thanks to its powerful, computer-controlled circuitry, Apilus(R) gives the professional
electologist the highest degree of precision and control, so that you are assured of the
results for which you are looking. You can finally say goodbye to unwanted hair, whether
on the face or on any other area of the body. Apilus(R) is also equipped with a unique
"tolerance test", which allows the unit to be adjusted and adapted to your level of

sensitvity to the current. Apilus(R) high-precision circuitry uses application pulses
as little as one-thousandth of a second, which assures incomparable comfort.