Electrolysis & Advanced Electrolysis

Electrolysis At k:SPA Skin Clinic & Beauty Salon In Whiteley, Fareham

At k:SPA skin clinic in Fareham, we offer electrolysis for permanent hair removal and advanced electrolysis for the removal of skin imperfections such as red veins, milia, skin tags, Seborrheic Keratosis and other skin blemishes.

We offer free consultations where we can explain the procedure and answer any questions you may have.  We may also carry out a quick test to assess your suitability for treatment. 

Book your appointment by calling our skin clinic in Fareham on 01489 880 497 or book securely online.

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Electrolysis Hair Removal at the best skin clinic in Fareham

Electrolysis For Hair Removal

(15 mins) from £26 | (30 mins) from £39.00

Electrolysis is a safe, effective, progressive and permanent method of removing unwanted hair from small areas. It remains the only method legally allowed to claim it offers truly permanent hair removal for all skin types and colours and all hair types and colours.

A fine probe (about the size of an eyelash) is inserted into the hair follicle where a tiny burst of energy is targeted at the root of the hair. This prevents nutrients from feeding the hair so the hair becomes weaker and finer. After repeated treatments, the hair is no longer able to grow so you can enjoy hair-free results.  

An initial consultation is required before any treatment is carried out. A quick test treatment may also be required to assess suitability.


Electrolysis Skin Tag Removal at the best skin clinic in Fareham

Electrolysis For Skin Blemish Removal 

(15 mins) from £70.00 | (25 mins) from £105.00 | Small Mole Removal from £250.00

Electrolysis is a fast and effective treatment to permanently get rid of skin tags, milia, thread veins, and other unwanted blemishes. 

The procedure consists of cauterising the skin tag or blemish with a very fine electrolysis needle. This destroys the blemish, leaving a small red mark which will scab over before dropping off approximately 7-10 days later.

This is a non-invasive procedure that does not usually leave any scar tissue. It is also suitable for removing red veins, warts, verrucas and small moles.

Please book a consultation so we can assess your needs, explain the treatment in more details, and carry out a quick test to assess your suitability for advanced electrolysis.

Why You Should Choose k:SPA Skin Clinic In Fareham For Electrolysis

All team members at k:SPA in Whiteley, Fareham, are highly trained to deliver the best results, whether you are after advanced electrolysis for skin tag removal, or electrolysis to remove unwanted hairs. 

Book a consultation so we can access your needs and whether you are suitable for electrolysis.  We can also answer any questions you may have. 

Please either call the skin clinic on 01489 880 497 or book online

What is electrolysis?


Electrolysis uses a fine probe which sends a tiny electric current and heat directly to the hair root to destroy the 'bulb'. Similarly, it can be used to remove skin imperfections such as skin tags and other blemishes.

Is electrolysis safe for hair removal?


For those who seek complete and permanent hair removal on any part of the body, regardless of skin tone or hair colour, there remains only one method that is approved by the British Medical Association – electrolysis.

How many electrolysis treatments will I need?


The number of treatments required varies from person to person.  It largely depends on the size of area being treated, how dense your hair is and how strong your hair growth cells are.  We can give you a better indication of how many electrolysis treatments you will need at your consultation.

How painful is electrolysis?


Most clients tolerate electrolysis very well and say it feels like a quick sting (the sensation is fleeting and does not last).

Can electrolysis get rid of hairs in moles?


If you have a mole with hairs growing out of it, please ask your GP to assess your suitability to have electrolysis.  We will need to see a GP's letter supporting electrolysis before we can proceed.

Are there any side effects to electrolysis?


The treated area may appear slightly red for a few hours after treatment. We will provide you with aftercare instructions.