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 Frequently Asked Questions 
  • Electrolysis: Does it permanently remove the hair?
    Yes. Electrolysis is a medically recognized form of permanent hair removal and has been sucessfully used for over 100 years. It is considered to be the"gold standard" of permanent hair removal. Temporary methods of hair removal, such as tweezing and waxing, that disturb the hair root system can actually stimulate more hair growth and cause the returning hair to be more coarse and difficult to remove.
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  • Electrolysis: Does it hurt?
    Electrolysis involves a quick sensation that feels like a sharp tweeze. I use methods to make the treatment as comfortable as possible. Any mild discomfort is worth the effort to be permanently free of unwanted hair. Ice and aftercare products minimize any post treatment redness or skin reaction. Only the electrologist and you will be able to tell that you have had a treatment.
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  • Electrolysis: How long does it take?
    Electrolysis involves a series of treatments. The time for each treatment, as well as the number of treatments will depend on the amount and location of hair, the length of each treatment and the frequency of the treatments. Regular treatments are important to maximize results because hair is most successfully permanently removed when it is in the growing phase.
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  • Electrolysis: How much does it cost?
    Your investment of time and money is well worth the effort when you can be free from the burden of unwanted hair. The initial consultation cost is $45 and it includes a discussion of the electrolysis process, approximately 20 minutes of treatment time, as well as an after care product for home use. Additional appointments charges are $65 per hour, or $35 for a 30 minute treatment. Checks or cash, as well as Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit/debit cards are accepted for payment.
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  • Electrolysis: Can anyone tell I have had a treatment?
    After electrolysis the skin may be slightly red. This is temporary and can be minimized with the use of ice. I also use a Jane Iredale concealer that covers redness and helps the healing process.
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  • Electrolysis: More questions?
    Any further questions can be answered by calling me at (901-387-2300) or by visiting the website of the American Electrology Association (www.electrology.com)link below. I am also a member of this professional education and certification organization.
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The M'Bellishment Clinic
Marilyn S. Jones, R.N., B.S.N.
1540 Appling Care Lane, Suite 130
Cordova, TN 38016
Email: Marilyn4Glamour@aol.com

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