I’ve been going to an electrologist once or twice a month for about 16 months. (I have an hour appointment each time.) I’m close to permanent clearance on my upper lip, chin, and neck (I’ve been in the maintenance phase for about 6 months now), and I’m currently having my bikini treated (no clearance yet). After that, it’ll probably be underarms, tummy, legs, etc.
But, I was wondering: I’ve been some recent posts allude to the fact that scheduling more time at the beginning translates into faster, more cost-effective results than simply scheduling consistent, periodic appointments. I was wondering why that was–I mean, every hair has to be treated at least once, so why does it matter when over the course of your treatment it’s treated?
I’m just curious…any info would be appreciated!
PS: I’ve had good success using the Uniprobe unit I purchased in late December. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> So far, I’ve gotten full clearance on my left forearm and have done some work on my lower legs (although short & skirt season will be interrupting my progress!). It’s been a slow going though, slower than I thought.