i am new to this forum, by the way it’s a great one. anyways…i have a question for tiny and the gang (anyone who has used any electrolysis home kits) i was wondering if i’m going to school full time if it would be wise for me to try this out, the one touch or home kits i mean…anyones advice and experience with using it on face,stomache,etc. please comment…thanks , it’s greatly appreciated <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
The best option is a pro.
The next best option is to get a friend, buy two or three books from out electrolysis book referral section,(I find Mike Bono’s "The Blend Method best for "Do It For Eachother Electrolysis it has plenty of pictures and charts.) you and a friend read them all from cover to cover, get a pro unit, and trade work on each other.
Later, when you are really good, you can make money helping others. You might even trade that horrible college work-study job for doing affordable electrolysis for your campus population.
Thanks so much james…but i can’t ask anyone to help me because nobody knows i have unwanted hair and i don’t want them to know. do you know any creams that will help heal up my skin faster? oh yea and i can definately not afford a proffesional. unless it’s like 100 dollars for the face but only the chin area…? i doubt it though. i just don’t want anyone to think my face looks scarred or bad when i use it when i have to go to school? how long does it take to gain some experience? i hope this works. thanks again…remember i’d love to hear from people’s experiences with this! it would help me tremendously to know what others have gone through and such. So comment anything and anytime <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />
Perhaps I am missing something here.
Statistics say that 9 out of 10 people have unwanted hair someplace on their body. Ten out of Ten women would permanently remove some hair someplace on their body if they could. This means that any woman you know is a candidate for your hair removal buddy and lots of guys would be as well.
Is this really any different from a group of guys purchasing expensive tools together and fixing each other’s cars because they can’t afford $75 to $100 per hour labor charges at dealerships?
You say you can’t afford treatment, well, find a few people who can help pay for the equipment, and the books, and some money for you to get treatment, and you learn and do work on them, while they pay for the treatments you recieve from a professional.
$100 would give you a clearance on your face at many places, but it would not be the final solution to your problem. You should go to a few pro’s for a full evaluation so you can find out what you are up against. Some of my clients really do get fully finished for less than $500 in a year. Most Americans spend more on Pizza than that.
yea but my friends and I are not that close and they wouldn’t help, maybe that’s a better way to put it. ijust have to do it myself. wow i didn’t know it was that cheap to get your chin done? do you know any creams or anything that would help heal the dots or burns or whatever it is that happens? thanks for your input james. i will probably purchase the clean and easy since it’s the same thing as the one touch hopefully it all works out. anything to add just feel free <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />
Make sure that you at least have Aloe Vera during the day and Tea Tree Oil for overnight. Since so many people are unknowingly allergic or sensitive to neosporin, DON’T EVEN TRY IT! You may also wish to find a good Aloe Cortisone Cream in case you have any itching.
It is often better for someone with lots of hair to see a pro for the initial clearing, and try to keep themselves clear from there. A pro could clear you out in one long session if the pro is good and fast, and you would be able to get hairs as they come back.
Of course, you should look long and hard around your area to see who is good. You won’t believe the wide difference in practitioners until you have had several consults. Just keep in mind that the one with the most years in business, and/or the most impressive office is not always the most skilled person for the job.
good point james,thanks for responding. Well how much would it cost to do one session? would it be worth it? is there a significant difference after the just one session cuz that’s all i could afford, if that. Does it hurt to do on the chin area more than other body parts? i got the clean and easy and have had it for a few days now but haven’t used it or attempted to. im really nervous still. any suggestion? anyone can answer thanks again <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />
So variables go into answering those questions, that it is hard to answer what seem to be simple questions. How much you pay depends on where you are and who is doing it. The national average is $60, but larger cities have a higher local average, smaller cities often have a lower average. Some practitioners have the speed to clear you out in one sitting, others don’t. Some practitioners have the equipment that makes clearing you out possible, and others have not upgraded their stuff yet (if the ever will).
All I can tell you is that anything on a bone is more sensitive, and that you would pay $60 to $180 for one full sweep depending on how long it takes the person doing your work to clear it all out.
Just keep in mind that you should get a sample treatment and consultation by as many people as you can find in your area. That should also have the side effect of giving you lots of free treatments LOL
Good Luck, and keep us posted. Don’t forget to post the information on the good one’s you find here in our listing.