Cleveland Electrolysis, LLC


Safe, professional, permanent hair removal

Cleveland Electrolysis is regrettably unable to accept new clients at this time.


And thank you for taking the time to explore this website and learn more about the services available through Cleveland Electrolysis. Although rarely discussed, unwanted hair is a common issue for individuals of all ages. While a number of hair removal methods are available today, most provide temporary results or may result in a reduction (rather than a permanent elimination) of unwanted hair.

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After Almost 150 years, electrolysis still remains the only FDA approved method of permanent hair removal for all skin and hair types.

Additionally, electrolysis has evolved over the decades to become more efficient and more comfortable.

What to Expect

Feel free to call or email to schedule an appointment. During your first visit, you will receive a detailed consultation and will be given the opportunity to discuss your goals and expectations. You will receive information about the process and instructions regarding how to care for your skin before and after treatment. The initial consultation is free of charge but may be scheduled in conjunction with your first treatment session.

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In order to be effective, electrolysis requires time and commitment. Because so many factors influence hair growth (hormone fluctuations in women in particular), it is difficult to predict how many sessions will be needed.  Everyone is different with regard to how quickly they respond.  Some clients schedule regular visits (2x/month) for a year or longer, while others feel comfortable reducing the frequency of treatment after a much shorter period of time.


Treatment at Cleveland Electrolysis is safe, effective and confidential. Situated near the corner of Mayfield and Green Road, the office is located in a quiet, professional setting. Personal privacy is of foremost consideration. At Cleveland Electrolysis you can expect to be treated respectfully and receive quality treatment, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, disability or sexual orientation.