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Brenda Tolley Electrology Services
Miz Raggy said 2 years ago
Visited Brenda today for my first service. She is very knowledgeable and professional, and definitely put me at ease. Looking forward to my next visit...I highly recommend!
Adria Stembridge said 2 years ago
So I had a little clean up work done with Brenda yesterday. She seemed knowledgeable and kind, and recommended related services for some skin issues I had. I must note that to do any neck work, she will adjust the table so that your head is lower than the rest of your body. I'm on the autism spectrum and found this very unpleasant so we just focused on other areas. If you don't mind the sensation of feeling slightly upside down, this won't even matter to you.
F Richardson said 2 years ago
This review is long overdue! Brenda treated me for close to a year, due to me serious case. My chin and neck hair had me miserable! To make matteres worse, I had significant ingrown hairs that came from years of tweezing.The first several sessions, my skin wept alot. She was very thorough about what my experiences would be. We started with a treatment plan and a mini trial session and I went for it. My sessions started off with 2 hr treatments every 4-6 weeks, then 30 min sessions towards the end. I was finally able to wear a ponytail with confidence! It's time for me to get a "clean up" session and I wouldn't go anywhere else. Yes it's painful but worth it! She is amazing!!!!!
Jennifer Colborn said 3 years ago
Brenda is the best electrologist that I have ever visited. She's adept in the different electrology techniques and will get rid of your unwanted hair! As a nurse, I value cleanliness and sterility with aesthetic procedures. Brenda used to practice as a nurse, so she shares those same values. I am thankful to have found Brenda!
Gabriella Lucas said 3 years ago
Best private electrolysis in Atlanta!

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