Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal in St. Louis, MO

Specializing in medically-oriented electrolysis permanent removal of unwanted body and facial hair. Serving St. Louis, Missouri since 1987, we welcome the opportunity to provide the latest, safest, and most cost-effective solutions to removing your unwanted hair permanently. Now look and feel your best with electrolysis permanent hair removal from any area of the face or body with the newest digital technology available.

Dianne M. Roling, Electrologist

Dianne M. Roling has been an electrologist since 1987, when she opened her own private practice, Professional Electrolysis Services, originally located on Union Road. She temporarily moved to Changes Salon & Day Spa in August 2004. In April, 2007, her practice moved to a private, spacious office on South Lindbergh.

In October 2015, her office expanded and re-located in St Louis, Missouri 11124 South Towne Square, Suite 103, 63123.

Electrolysis improves physical appearance and self-image, lessening anxiety caused by unwanted hair. It helps you feel more attractive and socially acceptable. If you choose electrolysis as a solution to your unwanted hair problem, it will change your life in a positive way. Your investment will pay for itself in an improved appearance and sense of self-satisfaction.

Many men seek the services of an electrologist for permanent hair removal. Areas of concern for men would include: hairlines, eyebrows, beardlines, shoulders, back, neck, chest, ears and nose. Ingrown hairs are a problem for many men, causing constant irritation and can be eliminated with treatment. Fashion often dictates how much or how little hair is “stylish.”

Women have been removing body hair to keep up with the times since civilization began. Electrologists can remove hair on the hairline, eyebrows, ear, top of the nose, cheeks, sideburn areas, upper and lower lip, chin, throat, neck, shoulders, back, chest, breasts, abdomen, arms, legs, bikini line, hands, feet, toes and fingers.

Electrolysis was invented in St. Louis, MO in 1875, by Dr. Charles Michel, an opthalmologist who was experimenting with ways to remove painful ingrown eyelashes from his patients; he had been performing the procedure since 1869. Dr Michel’s work was published in St. Louis Clinical Record, October, 1875, 2:145-148.

A fine wire, attached to a wet cell battery was inserted into the hair follicle, which produced a small amount of current and, thus, electrolysis was born; the term has become the generic word for permanent hair removal.

The number of treatments is determined by the amount of growth, whether areas have been previously tampered with (temporary methods), genetics, hormones, medications and other endocrine or medical disorders.

Success of treatment and improvement is seen when patients notice less and less hair at the same time intervals, in the same areas, so that less frequency of treatments or session time is needed. Patients who consistently come in for appointments will notice an improvement through several cycles of growth.

Although we inherit a genetic pattern of hair growth, sometimes hair follicle receptor sites can be extra sensitive to free-floating testosterone not being used by our bodies. Medical intervention with oral and/or topical medications may be necessary if ongoing hair growth continues to be problem.

We also offer facial vascular blemish removal(spider veins,”blood spots” and cherry hemangiomas), skin tag or milia removal. (click any photo below or go to services)


MaryEllen Romas

MaryEllen Romas completed basic electrology training in 2003 with Dianne while she was still an instructor and became an employee for Professional Electrolysis Services in March 2012.


Prior to completion of electrolysis education, MaryEllen spent many years in the healthcare field, employed 15 years at Mallinckrodt, Inc., a leader in providing diagnostic procedures for physicians worldwide.


MaryEllen continues to bring with her core values of quality, integrity and customer service. In addition to administration and scheduling, she is responsible for new patient consultations.

Lindsay M. Pulse

Lindsay M. Pulse completed electrology training in 2016 and became an employee for Professional Electrolysis Services in March 2016.

Prior to completing training, she received a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary English Education. Lindsay also earned a license in Esthetics, where she was trained in skin care, hair removal, makeup artistry, and rejuvenation therapies which includes microdermabrasion, administering chemical peels, and performing facial laser treatments.

She has previously worked in medical spas and spent the last 6 years in the healthcare field.

Lindsay is a driven individual who is excited about the world of electrology and providing services to help the appearance and confidence of her patients. Besides electrolysis treatments, she also performs skin tag, milia and vascular blemish removal.

Located at 11124 South Towne Square, Suite #103, St. Louis, MO 63123
Providing Services for St. Louis South, West, North County Areas, Jefferson County & Illinois Since 1987.
Conveniently located just 2.0 Miles from Hwy 55 & 270 off South Lindbergh & St. John’s Church Drive
by Denny’s & the new Aldi’s. Area is located directly across the street from Costco & Target in South County.

Serving St. Louis, MO, City of St. Louis, MO, South County, West County, Affton, Ballwin, Brentwood, Chesterfield, Clayton, Crestwood, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Ellisville, Eureka, Fenton, Festus, Frontenac, Glendale, Grantwood Village, Green Park, Herculaneum, High Ridge, Hillsboro, House Springs, High Ridge, Huntleigh, Jefferson County, Kirkwood, Lakeshire, Marlborough, Mehlville, Oakland, Pacific, Pevely, Richmond Heights, Riverview, Rock Hill, Shrewsbury, Sunset Hills, Town & County, University City, Valley Park, Warson Woods, Washington, Webster Groves, Wildwood. Surrounding Illinois areas, Alton, IL, Belleville, IL, Breese, IL, Cahokia, IL, Caseyville, IL, Collinsville, IL, Columbia, IL, Dupo, IL, East Alton, IL, Edwardsville, IL, Fairview Heights, IL, Glen Carbon, IL, Godfrey, IL, Highland, IL, Maryville, IL, Milstadt, IL, Scott AFB, Troy, IL, Waterloo, IL.