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#117548 - 03/08/15 10:21 PM Re: the situation in France [Re: beate_r]
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You are right Beate, I think the medical lobby is very strong here, particulary about the beauty buisiness. In the one hand this is a good thing in order to protect citizens, but in the other hand the dermatologists who are allowed to perform electrolysis, they do it wrong because of the lake of training... this is a nonsence.
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#117560 - 03/10/15 01:56 AM Re: the situation in France [Re: adrien_sanchiz]
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One teeny weeny little question -

HOW DO DERMATOLOGISTSTS IN FRANCE HAVE THE PATIENCE AND MOST OF ALL - !!!!!!!!!!!!!THE TIME!!!!!!!!!!! to disable thousands of hair follicles like these:



Or like these:



Or this!




Good Shepard Save This Land! How about these hairs on a woman's legs?



Ears!



Free, ordinary citizens are no match against lobbyists ( whether they be medical or otherwise) and the big government politicians, who in turn, have the power to pass laws that benefit the later two.

I rest my case.
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#117563 - 03/10/15 06:13 AM Re: the situation in France [Re: dfahey]
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They don't, of course. They want to make easy money with the beauty farms attached to their offices. Performing electrolysis is neither - easy nor much. But it reduces the "reputation" of photoepilation and it reduces the client base.


Edited by beate_r (03/10/15 06:15 AM)
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#117564 - 03/10/15 07:59 AM Re: the situation in France [Re: beate_r]
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Originally Posted By: beate_r
Originally Posted By: dfahey
Big government always squashes freedom.


But this is simply the business interest of the medical lobby and administration officials who are able to lose their intelligence when the arrive at their work place. As i do not have that ability, i was caused to leave my job in an administration - at about the same time as Angela Merkel fired a secretary of state because of to much intelligence.


I never thought I'd say this:. Miss Angela Merkel begins to seem sympathetic to me. Germany has lost a member of its administration, but it has gained an honest electrologist totally dedicated to her work.

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#117584 - 03/11/15 07:54 PM Re: the situation in France [Re: dfahey]
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Originally Posted By: dfahey
One teeny weeny little question -

HOW DO DERMATOLOGISTSTS IN FRANCE HAVE THE PATIENCE AND MOST OF ALL - !!!!!!!!!!!!!THE TIME!!!!!!!!!!! to disable thousands of hair follicles like these:

.


As Beate said, they don't. Dermatologists don't want to perform electrolysis... (Perform it the right way I mean) This is precisely why there is a "crisis of electrolysis" in France.


Edited by Maiakochka (03/11/15 07:57 PM)
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#117585 - 03/11/15 09:59 PM Re: the situation in France [Re: adrien_sanchiz]
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Exactly! I asked that question tongue in cheek, complete with some of the most common requests for hair removal. If the dermatologists are not doing electrolysis, then they are not capturing the paying consumer, so what advantage have they gained?

Dectro International would be the key to open the door to electrolysis in France, with your help Maiakochka.

It sounds like someone, who didn't understand electrolysis very well was instrumental in pushing through a nonsensical law in France.

What a waste not having anybody serve the hairy in France.
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#117587 - 03/12/15 12:34 AM Re: the situation in France [Re: dfahey]
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VIVE LA REVOLUTION !!

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#119543 - 10/06/15 06:52 PM Re: the situation in France [Re: dfahey]
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Originally Posted By dfahey


Dectro International would be the key to open the door to electrolysis in France



A friend of mine, who is currently studying electrolysis in Quebec, speaked about the situation in France to Dectro. Sadly, they can not help us to change the law.
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#119552 - 10/08/15 03:27 AM Re: the situation in France [Re: SIGMA]
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Thus, we should find an other way to try to move forward.
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#119560 - 10/10/15 09:57 AM Re: the situation in France [Re: adrien_sanchiz]
depilacionelectr
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Originally Posted By adrien_sanchiz
Originally Posted By dfahey


Dectro International would be the key to open the door to electrolysis in France



A friend of mine, who is currently studying electrolysis in Quebec, speaked about the situation in France to Dectro. Sadly, they can not help us to change the law.


Dectro should not miss this opportunity to partner with the cause of this young man who, no doubt, will become the most influential electrologist of all France.

Attention Mesdames et Messieurs de Dectro Internacional, ne pas oubliez ce nom, Adrien Sanchiz, avec l'aide de tous les Français ce garçon va changer les choses en France!

For my part, I will support you in all that I can, my dear.
We have some ideas whose purpose is to mobilize the French people against this absurd and unjust law. Hairtell friends, wish us luck!


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