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Suzanne Anderer Hair Removal knows there are difficult decisions when  trying to decide which service will best suit your needs. We believe  it’s important to be informed with what we can offer you. Here we have  provided answers to our most frequently asked questions to assist you.  If you require any additional information, feel free to give us a call;  we’re always happy to hear from our customers, whether existing or  potential.



What does it mean?


Sequential: Current is applied in an ON and OFF sequence

Inverted: Treatment starts at the top of the dermis and pulses to the anagen level of the follicle



Micro: Approximately three to four1/1,000 second applications

of current are used per mm


Pulsed:As quickly as you blink your eye


Each pulse follows and is repeated below the previous application (with constant movement between each pulse)

Energy: Refers to the electrical current used


Question #1: What separates SIMPLE™ from other Techiniques?


The SIMPLE™ Technique is different from traditional electrology techniques due to the following:

~ Uses AC current, applied in quick heating patterns

~ Treats the entire dermal area with appropriate heat, thereby achieving permanent hair removal with one correct application.


Question #2: How much does Permanent Hair Removal Cost?

When done correctly, Electrolysis becomes the most cost effective solution in permanent hair removal.


Question #3: Do Hormone Levels Influence Hair Growth?


Future growth in a general area (beards) is under the influence of hormonal secretions.


New hair potential is monitored and discussed throughout treatment


Question #4: How long does it take to kill a Hair?

Permanent Hair removal is a series of treatments, but not the same hairs.



Renewed! Revived! Refreshed!

Finally! Be Forever Free of Unwanted Hair!

What's New in Electrolysis? It's SIMPLE™ Call today when only permanent will do.

By Liz Stapleton, LE, CPE and Barbara Caputo, LE, CPE




Then consider these undisputed facts:


How does electrolysis work?

A fine sterile needle (as thin as a hair) is inserted into the hair  follicle and a small amount of controlled current is applied disabling  the potential for future hair growth. The hair is then gently lifted out  of the hair follicle. Electrolysis has over 125 years of medically  proven safety and effectiveness.


What's new in electrolysis?

The biggest news is in the technology. The newest epilators offer  high-speed digital and micro-flash advances that deliver the precise  amount of energy needed to destroy the hair follicle fast, effectively,  and comfortably. Electrolysis treatments in the past used to take  numerous appointments to achieve permanency. Today, permanent hair  removal takes only a few treatments – often just one if it's a fine  hair. Unlike laser which only works on dark hairs, electrolysis can  safely treat all hair and skin types – with unsurpassed results.


What is SIMPLE™?

It is the new electrolysis – an acronym for Sequential Inverted Micro Pulse Led Energy.  The technique gives reference to how the electrical current is applied  throughout the entire hair follicle effectively destroying the potential  for future growth. Combined with the latest technology, this technique  delivers unsurpassed results in permanent hair removal of any color hair  and works on all skin types. No other modality including laser hair  removal, intense pulsed light, or any other option can make this claim.


How do I obtain more information?

You can call us directly at the location most convenient to you and  schedule a complimentary consultation or visit our websites for more  information.


If you have not experience the "new" electrolysis, you are in for a  surprise. Yes, there is a permanent solution to unwanted hair. It is  electrolysis and it is SIMPLE™ Permanent Hair removal. When only permanent will do.


Liz Stapleton and Barbara Caputo, respective owners of Face Reflections and Barbara Caputo and Associates, welcome the opportunity to help you feel beautiful inside and out.  


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