Rid yourself of unwanted body and facial hair for good by reserving electrolysis hair removal treatment in Seattle. You’ll feel the benefits of smoother skin when you’re sunbathing with added confidence on Alki Beach, enjoying a night out in the Emerald City, or taking a dip in Green Lake. Get great deals on your next treatment with massive discounts on electrolysis treatment.
It was a great experience. She was very gentle and explained everything, it was relaxing! I am definitely going to be going back! Thankyou.
JD takes time to make sure you are comfortable and made me laugh during the whole process. Caring and did a fabulous job. Surprisingly painless. Thank you!
Erin was kind-hearted and made it a point to get to know me. She made me feel comfortable and at ease since this was my first visit.
Washington State's largest city is home to many salons offering safe and reliable hair removal – from Downtown up to Northgate and beyond. But before you claim your electrolysis coupon, you probably have a few questions about what to expect. Find out more below – and for further information about how to reserve your treatment, check out our Groupon Manual.
The price of electrolysis in Seattle depends on a number of factors, including the length of your session, the area of your body you want to treat, and the hair removal salon you visit. However, you can generally expect to pay somewhere between $35 and $100 per session.
Full bikini treatment is likely to cost more than it would to have a few stray hairs removed from your chin. However, with our discounts on electrolysis hair removal, you can save up to 70% off the usual price.
You can find places providing electrolysis across the Emerald City – from West Seattle to downtown, SeaTac, and beyond. The best electrolysis treatment depends on what you want and where you happen to be based – but a few of our favorites include:
Laser hair removal and electrolysis are the two main long-term hair removal options for men and women. Both methods target hair follicles to slow down and prevent regrowth in chosen areas, but there are differences between the two.
Usually you'll need between eight and 12 electrolysis sessions over a period of 12 to 18 months before you see the benefits of the treatment.
The exact number of sessions you'll need can depend on factors including your hair growth cycle, hormones, and hair thickness. With an appointment for advanced electrolysis, the expert will advise you on how long they expect it to take. Sessions can last 30 or 60 minutes, based on the size of the treatment area.
For more electrolysis facts, check out our guide to permanent and semi-permanent hair removal.