Rena Petty, Licensed Electrologist

No Charge Consultation with Demonstration

Approximate Time Needed For This Appt = 45 min.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How does Electrolysis work?

A. We insert a fine probe beside the hair and to the base of the hair. Then a short pulse of energy is emited to stop the nourishment of the hair. You will learn much more during your complimentary consultation.

Q.  Is Electrolysis safe?

A.  Yes, absolutely!, when performed correctly by a professional electrologist and followed with proper aftercare by the patient. This office meets the sterilization and infection controls standards recommended by American Electrology Association (AEA) and US Center for Disease Control (CDC). These standards protect the client and makes it virtually impossible to get any infectious disease.

Q.  Are the treatments painful?

A.  The insertion of the probe will be painless. When the pulse of energy is emitted, slight discomfort will be felt. Many clients related it to the feeling of plucking a hair. For more sensitive clients, anesthetic creams can be applied prior to treatment.

Q.  Is Electrolosis permanent?

A.  Definitely yes! Electrolysis remains the only proven method of permanent hair removal. Other methods will advertise as permanent, long-lasting, or permanent reduction, but only Electrolysis provides permanent hair removal.

Q.  Why do I have unwanted hair?

A.  Some unwanted hair growth can be attributed to your heredity or a glandular disturbance. Other factors such as medications, operations, or illness can also contribute to hair growth. However, most hair that we treat is not due to an abnormal condition.

Q.  Why does hair reappear after treatment?

A.  Hair grows in cycles, and what you might be noticing is hair that has begun to grow but has not yet been treated. I will also explain the breaking-down process during your consultation.

Q.  Should I be concerned about after-effects?

A.  You will most likely experience some redness or slight swelling of the treated area. It will quickly disappear with use of an after-treatment topical that we will recommend.

Q.  How do I cope with hair growth between treatments?

A.  We suggest scissors-cutting or shaving of unwanted hair between treatments. This will leave enough hair for your Electrologist to treat and remove. Please, no waxing, tweezing, depilatories or laser.

Q.  Are treatments expensive?

A.  When you compare the cost of other beauty treatments, Electrolysis is reasonably priced. Many people spend thousands of dollars in a lifetime on temporary hair removal. Why not have your unwanted hair removed forever.

Q.  Will all of my unwanted hair be removed at one time?

A.  Usually this is not possible. Our goal is to permanently remove your unwanted hair without causing damage to the skin. The number and length of treatments will depend upon the amount of growth, area to be treated, coarseness of the hair and the hair growth cycle. Age, ethnicity, weight, hormones, diet, medication and metabolism all play a part in hair’s location, thickness and resilience.

Q.  Can anyone be treated with Electorlysis?

A.  No. We do not recommend treatments for clients using certain medications, who are pregnant, who are fitted with a pacemaker or who are pre-teens.

Electrolysis Fee Schedule

05 Minute Session — $22.00
10 Minute Session — $24.00
15 Minute Session — $28.00
20 Minute Session — $34.00
25 Minute Session — $40.00
30 Minute Session — $44.00

35 Minute Session — $48.00
40 Minute Session — $52.00
45 Minute Session — $58.00
50 Minute Session — $62.00
55 Minute Session — $66.00
60 Minute Session — $70.00


  • Credit Cards, Cash and Checks Accepted
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Please arrive 10 minutes prior to start time for initial visit.
  • Adult Serenity: For their safety children under 12 are not allowed unless receiving services.

Disclaimer: Rena Petty is not a medical doctor or therapist and does not provide medical or therapeutic advice or information in her role as a Radical Forgiveness Coach or with Pranic Healing. Her guidance is of a general informational nature only. None of the information found on or websites linked from is intended to provide or substitute for medical or therapeutic advice or information. If you have questions regarding your physical or mental health you should seek the care of a qualified professional. Any information provided by Rena Petty in person or on this website should not be interpreted as a reason to disregard professional medical or therapeutic advice.

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