Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis offers permanent hair removal at Spring facility

From left: Brand Designer James Hilton and Electrologist Angie Quiroz, who owns the business, offer permanent hair removal at Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis. (Courtesy Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis)
From left: Brand Designer James Hilton and Electrologist Angie Quiroz, who owns the business, offer permanent hair removal at Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis. (Courtesy Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis)

From left: Brand Designer James Hilton and Electrologist Angie Quiroz, who owns the business, offer permanent hair removal at Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis. (Courtesy Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis)

Beauty & Confidence Electrolysis officially opened April 1 at 5529 Louetta Road, Ste. A, Spring, after beginning its soft opening phase Feb. 28. Owner Angie Quiroz said she offers a permanent hair removal process called electrolysis, which has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The business offers the service for people of any gender on most parts of the body, including eyebrows, upper lip, chin, abdomen, thighs, arms and legs. 346-298-1172. http://bcelectrolysis.weebly.com


Correction: The original version of this article incorrectly said James Hilton was also an electrolysis. It has been updated in the photo caption and removed from the story.
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