“She posts her pictures. She is told that she should get the blend…”
No one told her to get the blend. What are you talking about?
“She gets a post telling her what epilator her electrologist should be using…”
She asked what epilator I use. No one, me especially, told her to tell her electrologist to buy a new epilator. What are you talking about?
“During regular business hours I will call Apilus and see about the availabilty of their equiptment in Swenden…”
I’ll save you a call: try www.dectrointernational.com/apilus/apidex.htm?intlist.htm
Go to homepage and distributors. They sell to many countries, why not Sweden?
Also, check out www.silhouet-tone.com/profile/indexProfile.html
They sell epilators and other esthetic equipment in 48 countries around the world. Why not Sweden? Let us know what you find out, so we can all learn.
Again, no one advised her to tell her electrologist to go out and get two of the sweetest epilators on earth.
“Or she can take comfort in thefact that she is receiving competent treatments from a capable operator…”
It sounds like that comfort and encouragement was given. What are you ever talking about?
“Maybe I can be an outlaw electrologist in Sweden, doing the blend in back alleys…”
I’m really not sure that doing the blend in Sweden is not legal. Wherever did you get that information? Really, viewer, can you help us learn if this is really true?
“Back to Sweden, should she just drop her treatments because her undoubtably skill electrolgist doesn’t have the equiptment you recommend?..”
It’s been said (and outlined in detail) many times here on hairtell that there is a definite advantage to the 21st century epilators over the older styles, and there is. Electrologists that have had the joy of using these epilators correctly, understand what I’m saying here. With that comment, you will usually see that all agree, practitioner skill is important no matter what equipment one has their disposal.
Please don’t feel like you are being “attacked” on this issue, viewer. I have used both older models and newer models and I just happen to personally like the bells and whistles and excellent engineering of the high-ended computerized stuff much, much better and so do my clients. I would take a loan out if I didn’t have the money, up front, to replace it.
When you have good equipment, that costs more than you make a year, you can actually recoup what you paid for it, and more, pretty fast. Clients will schedule longer appointments and go onto other areas and tell their sisters and daughters and friends and aunts. These epilators deliver current at a pretty comfortable level and results have been amazingly fast. Anyway, James Walker already explained all of this in his post, so I won’t be redundant here.
I sincerely respect the fact that you happen to do electrolysis with different equipment,no matter what kind or how old it happens to be. Your situation is your situation and you are comfortable. But tell me what is wrong with sharing information about what the newer stuff can do with the consumers on hairtell? That’s why they check in. What am I missing here?
Miskah is doing well. She is smart and aware of what is taking place (thanks to hairtell, right?). She has a good relationship with her practitioner and she will succeed.
Miskah, I hope you understand and benefit from this discussion and keep moving forward on your arms.