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Caress Electrolysis Ltd

35 Larkin Dr, Nepean

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The professionals at Caress Electrolysis Ltd. are a team of conscientious certified electrologist’s who are dedicated to helping people rid themselves of unwanted hair permanently and as a result, improving their self-esteem. At Caress we are pleased to offer a professional clinic with state of the art equipment. 

We provide a private, safe and comfortable ambiance and assure complete confidentiality to all clients regardless of race, gender, gender identity and/or expression or sexuality.  We will assess each client individually to determine the best treatment schedule to fit their budget, time and expectations.

At Caress we offer a complimentary consultation and sample treatment.  During the consultation we will explain the procedure, perform a sample treatment so we can examine your area and  provide you with a treatment plan.  Then as an informed consumer you will have the information you need to decide whether to proceed. 

At Caress we also offer skin anomaly treatments. Thermo-coagulation, is a process that will improve your skin’s appearance by reducing or eliminating unwanted skin anomalies. The anomalies we are able to treat are skin tags, cherry angiomas, milia, angiokeratomas, traumatized pores, unwanted piercings, pigmented spots, keratoses and visible facial capillaries.

Clients are continually informing us how pleased they are that they started treatments, and the only regret is that they didn’t start sooner. So many misconceptions and fears that people have concerning electrolysis will disappear after a complimentary consultation. We promise to do our best to ensure your treatment is the most pleasant and comfortable experience.

Don’t wait any longer to dispel your apprehension, make an appointment today.

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