Emma has chosen to specialise & perfect her electrolysis hair removal primarily on trans men and women for both facial hair and, in particular, pre-operative donor/surgical areas. She trained with Sterex & the BIAE (British Institute & Association of Electrolysis), which are world recognised organisations in this field of expertise and she is accustomed to working in conjunction with surgical dates and surgeons’ preferences.
As surgical methods progress it is only natural that Electrolysis techniques should progress too. Please do not hesitate to ask questions! We have a very discreet and private clinic so you may come along to your treatments with the knowledge that you will be within a safe, friendly and welcoming environment. We are a completely Trans friendly clinic and do NOT discriminate with any of our clients or treatments.
You may also want to try out any of our other treatments which are available to all our clients.
For an initial consultation appointment or even just some advice, please contact Emma directly at:
Email: info@Aboveandbeyondtherapy.co.uk or call 07936 443878
What areas can be treated?
Practically any area, apart from the inside of the nose and inner ear (mucous membrane tissue) Common areas are the face, nipples, abdomen, bikini line, fingers and toes. For men, the upper arms, around the ears, top of the nose, top of the back and around the edges of the beard where ingrown hairs are causing problems. Transgender Women often require full facial hair removal and pre-surgery donor site hair removal for Gender Reaffirmation Surgery .
If you are aiming to complete the surgical treatment you will need to have the hair fully removed from the donor site to avoid future complications. This will be discussed fully at your initial consultation and a personalised treatment plan will be designed to accommodate specific dates within your journey. Please be aware that we would be looking to have completed the full treatment outcome a minimum of 6 months prior to surgery to allow complete healing of the skin within the donor site.