Two talented staffers make treatments at Good Electrolysis & SkinCare possible. Marcella Good is the resident electrolysis expert, motivated to start her career after receiving treatments herself. "As a client," she says, "I understand the frustration and embarrassment of unwanted hair."
Amelie Stevens is the spa's aesthetician, and she, too, removes unwanted hair. But her mode of operation is waxing, instead of using lasers or waiting for hairs to migrate for the winter. Amelie's fascination with the science of the human body has given her a uniquely holistic view of skincare. She feels education is important, so when clients come in for facials, they're also regaled with Amelie's in depth instructions for preventative care. "The more experience I gain," she says, "the more it fascinates me how the face forms the connection between the internal and external world."
Electrolysis by Vanessa's experienced, eponymous technician banishes unwanted body hair with the thermolysis variation of electrolysis. After an informative consultation determines a proper plan of action, the aesthetician wields a thin, needle-like probe designed to heat and demolish connective tissues that facilitate hair growth. The fuzz-removing process aims to carefully interrupt hair's life cycle by blasting follicles with alternating currents and forcing them to go back to kindergarten during retirement. Women can maintain a smooth bikini line, while men can keep lonely eyebrows from holding hands. A relaxing, spa-like environment surrounds patients during their depilating sessions, and all clients receive treatment with their own probe, ensuring all equipment is as clean and sterile as a freshly laundered bar of soap.