Sometimes I get tired of refuting websites, so I don't put the energy forth to do so, Michael. We have had these discussions before about hairzappers. I have no doubts that Susan Laird is an excellent electrologist, but I don't agree with her comments about thermolysis. I would have ignored this discussion this time, but Michael, you have given me a boost. Here is an example of what many if us thermolysis practitioners churn out using thermolysis:
These are the end pictures of a woman who presented with a large number of very coarse red hair on her chin, neck and upper lip on 1/9/13. (I can't find her before pictures right now, but I will look for them. I actually lost 180 pictures on my computer a while back, made me sick. I hope hers was not in that batch)
So far, she has had 14 full clearances, 10,861 insertions in 19 hours and 52 minutes, ALL DONE WITH THERMOLYSIS, specifically, Synchro and PicoFlash. If I used my Silhouet-Tone VMC or my Digital Gentronics or an Instantron Elite Spectrum, this still would have been the outcome with thermolysis, as well.
It is month 10 now and she is 90% finished. If you look carefully, you will see a few remaining hairs.
This lady had a beard. She was in tears in January. A laser specialist referred her to me because of her hair color and now she is almost a free from hair, a very happy woman. Thermolysis did this. She will be finished within that 9-18 month window we always talk about. The end game is always predictable.
Dee Fahey, R.N., C.T.
Licensed by the State Medical Board of Ohio for Nursing license and Cosmetic Therapy/Electrolysis license
British Institute & Association of Electrolysishttp://www.electrolysis.co.uk/?page_id=16
Do not give up, the beginning is always the hardest.