Electrolysis by debi

Debi's Hours:   Wed 10am - 6pm;  Thurs  11am - 7pm;   Fri & Sat  9am - 4pm

If you’re timid around needles, don’t fear. Debi is highly trained and will make the process as quick and painless as possible. If you choose, you may take a painkiller with acetaminophen before your appointment. Topical anesthetics, such as Topicaine or Emla, can also help you feel more comfortable.​Type your paragraph here.

What It Costs

At Skincare by Debi, we offer hair removal for the following areas:

  • Face (e.g., upper lip, chin, brows, neck, and sideburns)
  • Underarms
  • Bikini area        

Since larger and hairier areas require more time to remove the hairs, they cost a bit more. Here’s a pricing list to help you estimate how much a single treatment may cost:

  • 15 mins ... $30.00
  • 30 mins ... $50.00
  • 45 mins ... $65.00
  • 60 mins ... $85.00

For more information on our pricing or the procedure itself, feel free to contact us. Our Skincare by Debi St. Petersburg, FL, location at Aacardi is open Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

An electrolysis treatment in St. Petersburg, FL

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​​Electrolysis in St. Petersburg, FL

If you’re like many people, getting rid of your unwanted body hair takes a lot of time and effort on your part. Wouldn’t you love to skip your daily shaving, monthly wax appointments, or other hair removal routine yet still have smooth, hairless skin?

With electrolysis, you can!

When it comes to zapping away your hair for good, there’s no better treatment than electrolysis. That’s because electrolysis is the only technology that the FDA considers a permanent hair-removal method. Many people are under the false assumption that laser technology offers permanent hair removal. But the truth is lasers only reduce your hair, not eliminate it entirely.

If you want to prevent regrowth and straggly hairs, electrolysis at our salon in St. Petersburg, FL, is your best and most effective option.

How It Works
Rather than use a laser to zap hairs, an electrolysis machine uses a very thin needle to send an electric current to your hair follicles. This technique kills the hair follicle, preventing it from regrowing. That said, you will need multiple treatments to ensure that every follicle is destroyed and not merely damaged.