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Permanent Hair Removal Seminar

To reinforce the knowledge of the attending electrologists, various topics were presented including “Positioning the Client” and “Stress Related to Hair Growth” presented by Roger Sylvestre, Chiropractor and “Sterilization” by Cathy Ligi, RN, BSN, CIC. The electrologists in attendance were educated and updated on these issues.

Janet earned six (6) hours of continuing education (6 CEUs). The CEU is a nationally recognized unit designed to provide a record of an individual’s continuing education accomplishments. The Connecticut State Electrolysis Association offers (4) all-day seminars annually, where electrologists can update their education.

Janet has been practicing at Eastern Connecticut Dermatology at 491 Gold Star Highway, Groton, CT since June 2010 and has recently expanded her practice located at 13 Cliff Street, Waterford, CT. She has twenty-four years experience as a licensed el

Janet Zito of Waterford recently attended The Connecticut State Electrolysis Association Annual Spring Seminar that was held at the Cromwell Crowne Plaza in Cromwell, CT, on Sunday, April 3, 2011.

ectrologist. Any questions about electrology, please visit www.electrologyct.com.

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Great Escape: Chrissy's Hair Salon

Hair salon offers cuts, color, permanent makeup, electrolysis and massage

Chrissy's Hair Salon, 406 E Bloomingdale Ave, Brandon, offers high-end hair fashions for the modern woman and man. The salon has a number of other services including relaxing massages, facials, complete hair makeovers, manicures/pedicures and temporary and permanent makeup. It also has a laser hair removal/electrolysis center located in the building. Online scheduling is available. Haircuts start at $15 and Chrissy also does perms and hair coloring. All stylists are independent, so an appointment is necessary. Call 813-655-6369

By D'Ann White April 13, 2011

Vector Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal System

Vector Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal System
The Vector Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal System is a medical grade device designed for home electrolysis hair removal treatments. For the first time ever, it is now possible to perform professional electrolysis hair removal treatments in the privacy of your own home. If you have embarrassing unwanted hair, you can now get rid of it with the Vector Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal System. The Vector Hair Removal System is an FDA registered product for effective and painless do-it-yourself, home electrolysis.

The Vector Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal System removes one hair at a time with the included galvanic tweezers. Unlike other hair removal devices that use radio frequencies and batteries, the Vector uses the process of electrolysis to dissolve the hair follicle with AC power. The Vector permanently removes even the coarsest hair. The Vector Hair Removal System is so advanced that it achieves professional results without the use of a needle. Tweezers are used to make the procedure safer and less painful. Clinical studies have shown that the Vector system has equivalent effectiveness as professional needle electrolysis. The Vector Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal System replaces salon visits and you will no longer have to pay $80/hr for electrolysis sessions.

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How Long Does It Last?

Hi,
anyone know how long the different methods of hair removal last?

Florida Electrolysis

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My Personal Experience With Florida Electrolysis

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Lasers: 
Alexandrite lasers
Nd:Yag lasers
Diode lasers
Ruby lasers
CO2 laser
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Laser hair removal
Electrolysis
Waxing/Sugaring
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PFB Vanish: The Answer to Getting Rid of Ingrown Hair

Is any one tired of ingrown hair, razor burn or irritated bumpy skin from removing unwanted hair? I know I am! Well there's this new product called PFB Vanish that treats and exfoliates skin cells and can be used by both men and women. I've noticed that there aren't many products out there that treat skin irritation, razor burns, bumps, etc., which is why I thought I would introduce PFB Vanish. I'm sure there are a few of you out there looking for products and other ways to get rid of those embarrassing ingrown hairs.

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Difference between electrolysis and laser hair removal?

What is the difference between laser hair removal and electrolysis? Do they both work as well and is one more painful than the other?

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