You'll wonder why you waited so long.
As of July 24th, I am no longer accepting new clients until further notice. If you are a previous client of mine, you can email me regarding availability. If you emailed me in the last few months and I responded that I put you on my waitlist, I will reach out when I have space on my books. I have made a number of mandatory changes to ensure the safety of both myself and my clients. Please read the COVID-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation and Recovery plan I have created for my business. It is posted under the COVID-19 Precautions header. All clients must read through it before returning to my business. I will also require you to sign a new Treatment Consent and Release form at your first appointment. All clients will be required to arrive in a clean mask. My minimum appointment time will be 15 minutes and my maximum appointment time will be one hour. Whether you had a consult/first appointment on the books or you were a regular when the quarantine hit, please feel free to reach out. If you were a regular, I will, assuming you are taking precautions, schedule you again. If you had a consult scheduled and would still like to see me, let me know and I will put you at the top of the waitlist. Thank you and stay safe!
Electrolysis is the only method approved by the FDA and the AMA for permanent removal of unwanted hair.
"I'm Jillian Tacher, a Certified Professional Electrologist(CPE) and the owner of New Leaf Electrolysis. As a client myself, I understand the frustration and embarrassment of unwanted hair. I treat women and men in a safe and positive environment and am LGBTQIA friendly. My office is in a discreet and charming location in the Ravenna Neighborhood of North Seattle."
Electrolysis is the only permanent hair removal method available that will work on all hair and skin colors!
Just Add Water
A Tip from Jillian
Hydration is key for successful electrolysis. Please make sure you're fully hydrated for your appointment. Avoid cofffee ( I realize we love our coffee in Seattle so maybe just one cup) the day of your appointment. You can also drink something with electrolytes or add a pinch of sea salt to your water to help you stay hydrated.