Hair RemovalElectrolysis and Waxing
Electrolysis is the only FDA-approved method of permanent hair removal. It is suitable for all skin colors and hair types and any area of concern (other than inside the nose and the ear canal.) Essentially, electrolysis can be performed on everyone.
Galvanic Electrolysis– The oldest form of electrolysis. A chemical reaction is produced inside the hair follicle, destroying the cells needed to grow and produce new hair. Galvanic electrolysis yields the best results but takes the longest to perform.
Thermolysis– The quickest form of electrolysis. An alternating current produces heat, destroying the hair-producing cells.
Blend– Combination of Galvanic and Thermolysis to utilize the speed of Thermolysis with the accuracy and results of Galvanic.
Depending on health history, results requested, and hair type, any of these modalities may be utilized.
The posted times are the minimum hands-on time for your appointment:
All appointments are in 30 to 1-hour intervals; the extra time is for cleanup, payout, and questions. (Other time intervals available on request. There is an additional $30 per 30 minutes of hands-on time. )
We’ll leave you as hair-free as you want to be! When it comes to waxing, you want to get it right the first time. We take waxing seriously, but we also have fun doing it. We bring an anxiety easing sense of humor with us to each waxing service, making it as pleasant as possible while maintaining a professional atmosphere. We’ve perfected our waxing product and technique to provide the best waxing service.
At Salon Dushons, we maintain the highest standards of sanitation to provide you with a clean, comfortable and safe waxing experience.
Slick, Stick and Wicked
Lycon Precision Waxing
|Cheek & chin||$30|
|Side of Face||$25|
Frequently Asked Questions About Waxing
What’s the difference between eyebrow maintenance and an eyebrow design?
Eyebrow maintenance removes hair from above, below and between the eyebrows, but doesn’t alter the shape of your natural brow.
An eyebrow design changes the shape of your brow to compliment the shape of your face, so it takes a little more time.
How often should I get waxed?
The general rule is every four weeks, or when hair is between ¼ – ½ inch long. Fewer than four weeks may mean hair is not long enough to wax.
Is there anything I should do between waxes?
Between waxes you should moisturize and exfoliate-especially if you are prone to ingrown hairs.
When should I not get a wax?
To make sure your skin stays healthy, you should avoid waxing if you have recently been exposed to the sun (naturally or in the tanning salon), will be exposed to the sun in the near future (24-36 hours), if you are using any medication internally or topically that increases the skin’s sensitivity.
Avoid waxing if you are using: Accutane, Retin-A, Alpha-Hydroxy-Acid, Resorcinol, Glycolic Acid or other kinds of chemical bases peels.
Will my waxing make my hair grow back thicker?
Nope, this is a myth. In fact, if you become a regular waxer, you will notice that your hair will become finer over time.