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#107593 - 06/18/13 11:15 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: beate_r]
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Throughout my entire career, I have finished many cases of woman face, but few of them have touched my heart like this. Women 26 years of age. Victim of previous laser failure, and under-treatment by Electrolysis in her country of origin. This beautiful girl is almost over with a serious problem of hair which would have ruined her life. I'm glad I agreed to work on this girl, and it was a pleasure to meet her.
Before:(December 2012)






After 3 clearances (Last clearing in early March 2013)





I'm glad I had a Laurier IBP to make this work. Everything was easier.

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#107596 - 06/19/13 12:12 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: ]
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BINGO! Another success story. This is going on the Electrolysis Success Stories thread, Josefa!
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#107841 - 07/10/13 02:12 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: dfahey]
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I'd like to let everyone know we are now shipping our uninsulated tapered needles individually pouched and sterilized like the IBP's. They are still available in 1 dozen sleeves but we are also shipping them in packs of 50.

This is new for us and the distributors as well. Please be patient with them as they adjust their stock.
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#107852 - 07/10/13 11:42 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: Laurier]
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Thats interesting and important. Thanks very much. What about pricing?
Will the IBPs also be available in packaging of 50??

BTW: for a transitional time i could live with the old packaging.

You are aware tat we need an expiry time stamped on the probes to be formally correct? At least here in Germany, but as far as i understand the regulatons in Your country, thje FDA demands this as well.


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#107865 - 07/10/13 09:02 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: beate_r]
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No Beate the FDA does not. Let me point out again that the IBP can be re-sterilized. It's package can also. If there is any question of sterility you just need to toss the peel pouch in your autoclave and run it through a cycle. The package and the Probe will be fine and you will not need a radiation containment facility to do this. You will for any other brand if you want to leave it in it's package.

As it is we put them through twice the required autoclave sterilization cycle before they are put into the sleeves.

If it is a sale point for your customers. I suggest you put a client's probe through a sterilization that morning and you can tell them their Probe was sterilized a second time for them.
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#108213 - 08/02/13 04:02 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: Laurier]
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To the testers: are we coming to any conclusions about the .060" and .065" tips yet ? I don't want to rush you. Cases that require such a large Probe are rare.

The .007" wire has been put through treatment and straightening. We should have blanks to work with in a week or so. The 6's you're testing will lead us to the exposed tip length we will need for the 7's
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#108221 - 08/02/13 07:39 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: Laurier]
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Mike, please keep in mind that the (fairly new) rules here in Germany, especially in Hessen but following European Guidelines, are fairly strange: we are not allowed to run an autoclave, and dry heat sterilisation is not accepted any more in any way. Formally, the only thing we are allowed to do is disinfection.

The abovementioned issue of expiry date is also such a formal thing. The Ballet owner did point that out hiere in this community earlier this year.

So we would be required to enter informal paths if we intended to be better than allowed. Strange world.
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#108222 - 08/02/13 11:42 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: beate_r]
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So by law you cannot sterilize your forceps ?

We have a government here that operates in much the same way sick
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#108437 - 08/18/13 01:28 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: beate_r]
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Lots of orders being taken for UK and European electrolysists. Thank you for your business.

I am currently in the process of building a new website and cannot update content on my existing site at this time.
Your patience is truly valued.

Private messages via Hairtell, Facebook (including Hairshoot), e mail and current website contact form will be actioned.

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#108779 - 09/02/13 12:09 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: Cherrytree]
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James, I'd really like to hear your input on the longer tipped 6's. Your 7's are in work now and will fly by about mid week. They will have .050", .055", .060" and .065" tips.

I think your wish will be found in that assortment wink
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