Achieving your Aesthetic Interest with the Modern Science of Facial Electrolysis

December 24, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Even in the earliest times, society has always been concerned with their aesthetic condition as this significantly affects their interest of happiness, healthy lifestyle, and desirable living. Though unnoticeable at some time, people have always been attached and some even pursue concern of improving and developing their aesthetic condition by experimentation and even practical application. For the result effectiveness, this interest constantly developed alongside the innovations of society and with the application of modern science, a method for in the interest of aesthetic accomplishment has been created.

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Electrolysis Equipment: Getting Rid Of That Unwanted Hair

November 29, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Although there are some people who say that dark hair on men’s arms and legs are sexy, most people would agree that dark hair on women’s legs and arms are unsightly. Yes, the whole may sound a bit unfair on the womenfolk but society dictates that women have no business growing dark hair on their arms and legs. If you are one of those women who have more hair on your legs and arms than you should, you better get rid of that with the use of electrolysis hair removal equipment. Electrolysis equipments are now widely used in the country to remove unwanted hair from the body. According to experts, electrolysis equipment may be able to remove the unwanted hair permanently so you do not have to worry about having dark ugly hair on your arms and legs anymore.

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Electrolysis Machines: An Overview

October 27, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Electrolysis, as you may remember from your high school science lessons, involves the separation of chemically bonded elements by passing an electric current through them. It was discovered in 1800 by William Nicholson and Anthony Carlisle, who successfully decomposed water into its native elements of hydrogen and oxygen, and given a further boost in 1807 when Humphrey Davy used it to discover several new elements, such as potassium and calcium.

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Hair Removal at Home: Electrolysis Pen

September 25, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

For many years, there were only a few options of hair removal for women who wanted to get rid of unsightly facial hair, or even hair at the bikini line and armpits. The most common mode for bikini line, armpits and legs is to shave those areas with a razor. The problem with this method is that it does not remove the hair down to the follicle; it only removes the top layer of the hair, often stimulating growth and thickness of hair in those areas. Shaving is not a good method for the facial area on women for this reason, even though there are some razor tools made especially for hair removal around the eyebrows and upper lip areas.

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Home Electrolysis: Great Convenience, Low Costs

August 22, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

If you, like many others, want to enjoy the benefits of electrolysis hair removal without needing to spend a lot of money in visiting an expensive facility then home electrolysis is the right option for you. Salon treatments are expensive as well as inconvenient and not the best option for those that don’t have a lot of money to spend.

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A Few Good Reasons Why Electrolysis Can Prove To Be A Good Option

July 19, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

To get rid of hair no matter which part of your body it affects you will do well to check out a treatment option known as electrolysis. This technique was first developed by medical professionals in the early twentieth century and it was mainly aimed at removing otherwise hurtful ingrown hair. Today, this technique is being used even to beautify a person and the entire body can also be treated with this technique which means that it is now possible to remove unwanted hair from each and every part of the human body.

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