Brookes Brown

Owner | Operator: Hilltop Electrolysis & Laser

Chairperson- Federation of Electrolysis Association Ontario 2022- Present

Vice Chair Person - Federation of Electrolysis Association Ontario 2019-2022

Brookes transitioned from the Education sector to the field of Electrolysis in 2016. A determined, bright woman who excelled in all aspects of the field, became a small business owner in her hometown of Cobourg, Ontario located in Northumberland County.

Always a believer in education and self-improvement, Brookes is often found in a classroom taking courses, seminars and workshops to keep her skill set growing.

Brookes has worked to obtain a certificates & diploma's in:

  • Electrolysis 2016 - She became a C.P.E. Electrologist in 2019
  • Sugarist with Alexandria Body Sugaring
  • Thermocoagulation (Skin irregularities removal)
  • Laser Technician
  • Skin Therapist
  • Eye Brow shaping
  • Microblading (although never added this service to Hilltop)

Hilltop Electrolysis is an established (2016), and respected award winning clinic in the community, bringing clients from all over Ontario for specialized service plans. The clinic proudly offers all clients a safe, inclusive, and respectful space. Following ALL public health guidelines and sterile techniques. Updated Green Pass Certified signage is displayed. accredited electrolysis business.

Hilltop services now include Specialized facials using high frequency technology, Micro-Needling, and most recently Chemical Peels. Each service is customized to meet the needs and goals of the clients skin.

In the year 2019, Brookes took on the role of the Vice Chairperson and in 2022 she became the Chairperson of the Federation of Electrolysis Association (F.C.E.A) Ontario Chapter. Embracing this role, at times connects back to the education field as she often visits Electrolysis schools across Ontario. Speaking and engaging with graduating students, encouraging them to pursue their dreams. Representing the F.C.E.A at Esthetic Spa Shows, and engaging with peers at conferences has allowed Brookes to continue to learn and help educate others. Brookes enjoys spending some of her free time mentoring new electrologist and is currently working on a mentoring program to aid new electrologist in the beginning phase of their careers.