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Donna D. Risos, L.E. ,CPE
Certified Professional Electrologist Lic# 25ML00004800
448 Lakehurst Rd, Toms River, NJ 08755
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"Permanent Hair Removal
WE CAN FREE YOU FROM WAXING, TWEEZING AND SHAVING PERMANENTLY!
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About Electrolysis

Scam Warning: Transdermal Electrolysis without a Needle
Our research team recently came across some quack marketing claims on certain web sites. These sites claimed to have a method of getting all the results of needle electrolysis but by applying electricity through the skin without a needle.

This, unfortunately, is a clear scam. We've made this article to explain why, to give you some examples of the misleading marketing tactics used and to make sure you don't fall victim to this nonsense.​

Reasearch Provided By Outside Source, For More Information Visit: http://hairfreelife.com/scam-warning-transdermal-electrolysis-without-needle/ 

Scam Warning : Transdermal Electrolysis (All The Links Below Will Bring You To Independent Web Site That Did The Research)

What is Transdermal Electrolysis?

In order to explain transdermal electrolysis, we should a take a few minutes to explain how the currently accepted form of electrolysis works:
Needle electrolysis is a very effective form of hair removal that involves applying an electrical current directly to the root of the hair follicle through a very thin hair-like needle.
One of the key factors in the success of electrolysis hair removal is ensuring that the needle applies the current directly into the follicle.
If the electrical current isn't applied correctly to the root of the hair, then electrolysis isn't very effective.

Now onto transdermal electrolysis. Transdermal literally means "through the skin", so transdermal electrolysis means applying electrical current through the skin without the use of a needle.

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100% permanent hair removal can only be achieved through the treatment of electrolysis, regardless of skin/hair type and color. First conceived in 1875, Dr. Charles Michel (Ophthalmologist), successfully achieved permanent removal of inverted eyelashes with the insertion of a solid probe into the follicle and applying an electric current to render the follicle incapable of ever again producing a hair. In addition to electrolysis being the only option for permanent hair removal, it has also been proven to be clinically safe.

The client's role in the treatment process is important to the overall success of treatment. Consistency in maintaining a scheduled course of treatment will significantly impact results. As treatment develops with the decrease of hair growth, sessions will become less frequent and for shorter periods of time until completion.

Temporary Hair Removal
The impact of previous temporary methods of hair removal like tweezing, waxing, and threading will seriously hinder the success of the process due to the following factors: the removal of a hair that's pulled from the root in an androgen (male hormone) dependent area, stimulates the root causing more blood supply and androgen hormone to the area. This causes hairs to re-grow and surface thicker and darker and stimulates dormant follicles to produce hair which will continue to spread. An androgen dependent area consists of all facial hair except the eyebrows.

The impact of previous temporary methods of hair removal like tweezing, waxing, and threading will seriously hinder the success of the process due to the following factors: the removal of a hair that’s pulled from the root in an androgen (male hormone) dependent area, stimulates the root causing more blood supply and androgen hormone to the area. This causes hairs to re-grow and surface thicker and darker and stimulates dormant follicles to produce hair which will continue to spread. An androgen dependent area consists of all facial hair except the eyebrows.

Also included would be the neck, breasts, sternum, stomach and bikini area. Another method of hair removal, laser, not deemed permanent by the FDA could result in what is termed "paradoxical effect" which means increased hair growth.

Other methods of temporary hair removal not contributing to additional hair growth would be the use of depilatories (like Nair and Neet) and also shaving. Depilatories chemically dissolve the hair slightly below the skin surface with the potential to irritate the skin. An old wives tale that cutting or shaving will increase the rate of hair growth and thickness of the hair shaft is just not true. The shaft appears thicker and causes stubble because the tapered end is missing.

Even among educated skin care specialists, there remains a belief that by shaving the hair it becomes thicker and darker. Again, this is just not true and shaving is therefore the preferred method of temporary hair removal. In conclusion, all of these above mentioned temporary forms of hair removal could result in mild to severe skin irritation depending on individual skin sensitivity.

Additionally, devices are marketed claiming to permanently remove hair by means of electronic tweezers and/or home electrolysis/laser units. Electronic tweezers which supposedly conduct electricity through the hair shaft are based on a flawed scientific principle. Hair is not a conductor of electricity and is no more effective than ordinary tweezers. Home electrolysis units in an untrained hand run the risk of pitting and scarring from improper current application and needle placement.

The use of home laser devices approved for marketing by the FDA for hair removal, does not mean permanent.
Unlike all other hair removal methods, professionally performed Electrolysis eliminates all unwanted hair - permanently - with unsurpassed results. Moreover, it does so for all skin and hair types and colors. No other hair removal method can claim such universal acceptability and success.

Imagine the day,
where you can finally say, "I did it." When you can say, "I never gave up, I never quit." Imagine the day when you have no unwanted hair in the wrong places because you took the time to get to that electrolysis appointment. Imagine the day when you silently thank your electrologist for her skills and focus on helping YOU achieve your goal. It might take awhile to reach that moment, but as soon as you get there you will...

...thank yourself for the rest of your life.
Written by P.M. - a satisfied NJ electrolysis client.

FDA Approved

Electrolysis is currently the only form of permanent hair removal approved by the FDA (US Food and Dug Administration). The FDA is responsible for protecting and promoting public health and is the regulating body for medical devices.

The Blend (DC and AC)-destroys the hair follicle with the dual action of heat accelerating a chemical reaction.

Also laser hair reduction is relatively new and has not been evaluated for long term safety.

The AEA sites,” Poor cost-to-benefit ratio for patients.
Cost of treatment packages often exceed that of a full course of electrolysis. Electrolysis is widely accepted as permanent while clinical laser results are proving to be temporary.” Remember laser requires repeated irradiation.

There are cycles of hair growth that must be addressed;
therefore one treatment cannot get all hairs. The cyclical nature of hair growth will effect the duration of treatment. We treat the actively growing hair follicles. Then new hairs emerge from a dormant state in another follicle. This is a continual process but believe me there is an end.Hair follicles have 3 stages of growth which cycle in 3 month intervals. There are approximately 4-6 intervals.
Factors that effect hair removal are:
* Quantity and structure of the hair.

It is impossible to destroy the hair follicle without sensation because it is surrounded with a network of nerve endings. However, electrical input and duration can be adjusted for a most comfortable treatment. Most people will describe treatment as an annoyance or a "tweaking" instead of a painful experience. Following treatment there is a slight redness and swelling which subsides within the hour. Sometimes very tiny scabs and/or whiteheads occur. It's advisable not to touch these as this is part of the normal healing process.

As you research clinical data you will notice that the skill of the electrologist is of paramount importance regardless of the modality used. That is why we are so enthusiastic about what we do.

Based On Our Many Years Doing Electrolysis The Blens is The Best Coice Becuase It Offers Perminent Results When Done by a Specialist is the Blend.

In a nutshell, this is a combination of galvanic electrolysis and thermolysis, utilizing a double action method. It is the newest of the three, having been in use since 1945.
The galvanic current produces the acidic lye, whilst the high frequency current vibrates and heats it up. As it heats, the caustic strength of the lye increases still further
As the lye vibrates due to the thermolysis, it is dispersed and absorbed into every area of the hair follicle.
Whilst the blend method is not a quick as thermolysis, at around 7+ seconds per hair, it is still considerably quicker than the galvanic method.

This method is best suited to fine body and facial hair and individual or scattered coarse hair. Galvanic (Direct Current, DC) -destroys the hair follicle by a chemical reaction utilizing your body's salt and water.

SuspeThermolysis (Alternating Current, AC)-destroys the hair follicle by heat and coagulation.
Electrolysis is the only permanent choice.
It has over 125 years of clinically proven safety and effectiveness.

Laser has been compared to electrolysis, however an FDA clearance for general permission to market the laser does not permit the claim of "permanent hair removal". Laser devices have only been cleared for "permanent hair reduction". Notice I've said, permanent hair REDUCTION not REMOVAL.

Also laser hair reduction is relatively new and has not been evaluated for long-term safety.

The AEA sites,” Poor cost-to-benefit ratio for patients. Cost of treatment packages often exceeds that of a full course of electrolysis. Electrolysis is widely accepted as permanent while clinical laser results are proving to be temporary.” Remember laser requires repeated irradiation.

There are cycles of hair growth that must be addressed; therefore one treatment cannot get all hairs. The cyclical nature of hair growth will effect the duration of treatment. We treat the actively growing hair follicles. Then new hairs emerge from a dormant state in another follicle. This is a continual process but believe me there is an end. Hair follicles have 3 stages of growth which cycle in 3 month intervals. There are approximately 4-6 intervals.

Factors that effect hair removal are:
Quantity and structure of the hair.
Previous methods of temporary hair removal i.e.. waxing, tweezing, etc. that the body perceives as trauma.
Genetic predisposition.

Hormonal function.
Stress whether physical or psychological.
It is impossible to destroy the hair follicle without sensation because it is surrounded with a network of nerve endings. However, electrical input and duration can be adjusted for a most comfortable treatment. Most people will describe treatment as an annoyance or a "tweaking" instead of a painful experience. Following treatment there is a slight redness and swelling which subsides within the hour. Sometimes very tiny scabs and/or whiteheads occur. It's advisable not to touch these as this is part of the normal healing process.

As you research clinical data you will notice that the skill of the electrologist is of paramount importance regardless of the modality used. That is why we are so enthusiastic about what we do.

Based On Our Many Years Doing Electrolysis The Blends is The Best Choice Because It Offers Permanent Results When Done by a Specialist is the Blend
In a nutshell, this is a combination of galvanic electrolysis and thermolysis, utilizing a double action method. It is the newest of the three, having been in use since 1945.
The galvanic current produces the acidic lye, whilst the high frequency current vibrates and heats it up. As it heats, the caustic strength of the lye increases still further
As the lye vibrates due to the thermolysis, it is dispersed and absorbed into every area of the hair follicle.
Whilst the blend method is not a quick as thermolysis, at around 7+ seconds per hair, it is still considerably quicker than the galvanic method.
This method is best suited to fine body and facial hair and individual or scattered coarse hair.

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