At CoLaz, we specialise in helping men and women look and feel their best by offering multiple treatments for hair removal. From waxing, threading, and laser, to electrolysis, we know there is no one method that works for everyone.
And if you’re tired of the pain and never-ending waxing sessions, it’s time to look at the alternatives.
The Only Permanent Solution You Need
Looking for hair-free results forever? Electrolysis is one of the top FDA approved permanent hair removal solutions for facial and body hair. Working over 90% of the time to leave your skin soft and smooth.
Electrolysis – The Option for Everyone
No one hair removal procedure works for each person. Waxing can have a number of possible side effects, whether you have sensitive skin or not,and threading is not designed for large areas of body hair. Even laser hair removal isn't ideal for every body type, working most effectively for people with light skin and dark hair.Laser can, therefore, be an inadequate treatment for anyone with light, fair, red, grey or fine hair. Which is why, for over 100 years, electrolysis hair removal has been recognised as one of the safest, most reliable and successful treatments. Making it the number one procedure for everyone.
Call, email or drop in to any CoLaz location.
We can be found across England in London, Slough, Southall, Harrow, Derby and Hounslow.
Our staff will be happy to meet you and discuss the best solutions for your specific situation. We’ll help you experience the freedom and long-lasting effects of electrolysis as soon as possible!
While laser hair removal may be long lasting and able to treat large areas at once, it works great for some skin/hair types only. Electrolysis offers a permanent solution after just a series of sessions, and provides a greater success rate for all.
It's Really Permanent – Find Out Why
Electrolysis hair removal is applied by pricking the area of skin to be treated with a fine needle-like electrode, which then administers a small electrical current. This current kills the hair at the root, and then each follicle is manually removed by an experienced technician. The procedure is just like a stinging/pricking sensation. For these reasons, the treatment is more successful for permanent hair removal though costlier in comparison to waxing and threading alternatives.
Read on for more details:
What is Electrolysis
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Facts and FAQs Related to Electrolysis
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At CoLaz, we offer affordable electrolysis hair removal packages for everyone. Best of all, we can treat virtually any part of the body. From your eyebrows (an area particularly dangerous to laser hair removal), to fingers and toes. We can even help with those nuisance ingrown hairs, and hair removal from the face, chest, abdomen, bikini line, hands and feet,as well as many other areas too.
Best of All
CoLaz technicians and aestheticians are experts at the arts of both laser hair removal and electrolysis. For more information on laser hair removal, read here.
At CoLaz, we offer expertise in both procedures, as well as the more traditional waxing and threading options too, so your hair removal treatment is comprehensive and complete. The most popular areas being the upper lip, chin, sides of the face, eyebrows, breast area, and bikini line (the most sensitive part of the body).
There are three different types of electrolysis for hair removal, which all our CoLaz technicians and aestheticians are qualified to perform:
Most often used for thick, coarse hair, this applies the electrical current to the follicle.
For fine hair, thermolysis emits a high-frequency radio current.
Combines galvanic electrolysis and thermolysis and tends to be used to remove facial hair.