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  Sooner or later itís going to happen. HAIR HAPPENS!

Yes HAIR HAPPENS, but not exactly the way you might have wanted. You wake up one morning and make your way to the bathroom. Low and behold your hair has moved. It has either disappeared or itís now located on parts of your body you never dreamed possible. How could this happen to someone in the prime of their life?

It just doesnít seem fair. I donít remember seeing photographs of J. Lo with chin hairs. Neither can I picture Tom Cruise with the "comb over look" .

So what is the Solution? Where does one go when the hormones have "got up and gone?" What can we do when our eyesight isnít what it use to be? When tweezing your brows do you need a mirror with magnification equivalent to those used in laboratory research? Is your husband asking you to save your facial hair for fly tying?

Well, maybe you are in need of a Permanent Solution. Seriously

With a history of over 100 years of proven results Electrolysis is the answer. Electrolysis is the only proven permanent hair removal method.

What is Electrology? Electrology is the science of permanent hair removal utilizing only solid needle devices. A fine sterile probe is inserted into the hair follicle and a small amount of electrical energy is discharged which destroys the hair growth tissue. When this is competently and skillfully accomplished, the regenerative ability of the hair follicle is permanently eliminated.

Is Electrology uncomfortable? It is impossible to destroy hair growth tissue without some sensation. Sensation varies for each individual and adjustments can be made to make the treatment as comfortable as possible. Also available from your physician, are topicals which can be applied prior to your appointment.

Are all hairs eliminated in one treatment? Deep, course hairs cannot always be eliminated with one treatment; thus, breaking down the hair germ cells may require additional treatments. During the course of treatment and due to the cyclic nature of hair growth, new hairs as well as hairs emerging from a dormant phase will also be treated and may be visible the same time as finer regrowth hairs.

How many treatments are required? The number of treatments vary with each client. Factors such as hair growth cycles, previous use of temporary hair removal methods, heredity, hormone function, medications and stress influence the treatment program for each person. It is important to adhere to the recommended treatment schedule to achieve optimum results in the shortest time frame.

Is it expensive? Although electrolysis can be time consuming and tedious, you are paying for permanent results. With temporary hair removal methods the continuous upkeep needs to be added into the total cost.

For more questions go to Electrology.com or the American Electrology Association web sites.

At this time my skills are limited to Electrolysis, but I am working to discover a method of transplanting unwanted hair to willing patrons that seem to have lost their desired crown of glory. When this happens, I will be able to retire to the Camen Islands, with my masseuse, cook, hair dresser and chauffeur.

Cathy Lee L.E. is a licensed electrologist at The Electrolysis Clinic, Consultations are available. Call her office at 382-6680 for more information or for an appointment.

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