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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 17:55

The Integumentary System: Part 1

The word “integumentary” (the skin), which means “covering” is derived from “in” or “en.” The word system is defined as a collection of cells that perform a particular function.
The human body has 10 distinct systems (in alphabetical order):

Published in Electroloysis
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 17:44

Getting The Most Out of Hair Removal

Both men and women seek hair removal services, whether for the face, under the arms, on the legs, or elsewhere on the body. While some patients may initially simply request stand-alone hair removal procedures, as skin health professionals we must address more than just removing unwanted hair, as many hair removal procedures have the potential to harm surrounding skin.

Published in Client Care
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 16:30

A Comprehensive Guide to Hair Removal Methods

Wintertime should be the peak of the hair removal season. Cold weather keeps the skin covered, so growing out unsightly underarm, leg and bikini-line hair for the best hair removal results is not so challenging. But as most women come out of hibernation from hair removal and begin to embrace the warm sun and longer days, they suddenly seem to realize that the furry body they grew into during the winter is not the growing trend. Hair removal has become so mainstream that women are now requesting forehead and neck clean-ups so their wispy little hairs do not interfere with a perfect sleek ponytail.

Published in Client Care
Friday, 18 March 2011 14:26

Hot Topics in Electrolysis

Electrolysis

In electrolysis, each professional has her own working habits, her own personal touch. These differences, from one electrologist to another, are sometimes the object of inquiries even intense discussions. On the list of subjects that are the most controversial in electrolysis, is the one about the best interval of time between treatments. How many weeks should go by between each session? Two, three, four, six, or eight weeks? There are many answers from one electrologist to another. At the second rank on the list, is the question about whether or not a temporary method of hair removal should be used between sessions. Some electrologists suggest shaving between treatments; others disapprove completely. Who is right? Which practice is the best? Well, let’s try to find answers to these questions!

Published in Electroloysis

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