Scheduling FAQ

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Q: How do I schedule a session with you? I don’t see any open appointments on your calendar?
A: Please message me directly via email or Instagram.

Almost all my clients return weekly for a regular one-hour session. If you’d like to become a regular client or schedule a consultation, I input all bookings personally by-hand into my online calendar, which will send reminder emails before your next session. Please only use the online scheduling system as advised when advised. On our first consultation session, we’ll talk through any questions or concerns you might have before we get started.

Q: Did you cancel some of my sessions? What upcoming appointments do I have scheduled?
A: Sometimes I will have to cancel sessions due to being out-of-town, so please check regularly and make sure to keep note of any email updates. You can log on to the Simplybook portal in order to view or cancel any upcoming sessions. If you forgot your portal password, let me know, and I can reset it for you.

Q: What if I have to cancel? Do you have a cancellation policy?
A: If you cancel less than 72 hours in advance, I charge the whole session fee. Please message me (and log onto the portal and cancel) if you know you’ll have to miss an upcoming session.

Q: What are your rates?
My current rate is  $80–$120/hour sliding scale. I ask that client’s choose a rate within that range that best fits their financial capacity and income. The more my higher-income clients choose a higher rate, the greater capacity I have to take on lower-income clients.

Q: How long a session should I book?
A: If you’re new to hair removal, at least an hour. Electrolysis is a precise process and takes time to see results. I only recommend someone book a 15 or 30 min appointment if they can easily count the number of hairs that need to be removed.

Q: Do you do electrolysis for bottom surgery prep, or work on the genital/anal area in general?
A: Unfortunately, I do not, but am working on finding good queer-friendly tech’s I could refer you to

Q: Can you take insurance?
A: I have an NPI through which clients can apply for reimbursements from their insurance company, but I am still in the process  of getting contracted with specific insurance companies to be an in-network medical provider. Message me and we can see what’s possible.