Hair can be removed from almost any part of the body, with the exception of the inside of the nose and the ear canal.




For women, areas commonly treated include the hairline, nape of the neck, eyebrows, ears, top of the nose, cheeks, sides of the face, upper and lower lip areas, chin, throat, neck, shoulder, back, underarms, chest, breasts, abdomen, bikini line, arms, fingers, legs and toes.



For men, areas of concern frequently include the hairline, eyebrows, top of the nose, mustache-line, cheeks, ears, sideburns, cheeks, beard-line, neck, shoulders, back, chest, and bikini line.


In the state of Oregon, electrologists must receive a doctor’s written consent in order to remove ingrown eyelashes or hairs growing out of a mole, as well as for situations involving a pacemaker, neuromodulator, or other implantable device. Hair may not be removed from inside the nose or ear canal.