In 1989, a versatile inventor Joe Asch realized that electrolysis was a great job but there was no right tool, which would be a reliable specialized needle to make it easier and of course safer.
With this vision he made the first needle of a solid piece of sterile Swedish steel and of course at a price so that it could be disposable.
This was very important then because radical hair removal needles were expensive and they were reused posing a risk for the safety of both the client and the beautician.
He created them in 5 sizes to fit every hair size and for every area on the face and body.
Then he made the very first single-piece insulated needles for less pain and more focused treatments and the 24-carat gold-plated needles for allergic-intolerant skin.
Stainless Steel - Insulated - Gold
The Beaute-Marine Group Of Companies, exclusive distributor of Ballet Greece and Cyprus since 1991, has been working to make Joe Asch's vision for electrolysis comfortable, targeted and safe for all with a medical device which he described as a * utility tool *.
The quality of Ballet needles, with their micro-polished to a mirror-like finish tip, was quickly appreciated by the global electrolysists community and quickly became their top choice.
The sterile and disposable Ballet needles account for 85% of the global consumption of electrolysis' hair removal needles worldwide. Available in 3 types of Stainless Steel (Insulated) and Gold (Gold).
Available in 5 sizes they cover all the needs of even the most specialized electrolysist. Ballet Technologies in early 2019 decided to move its headquarters from the United Kingdom to America and appointed a new CEO Dr. Sara Paisner.
The management of Ballet Technologies now operates in America, where its headquarters are located.