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#122970 - 10/27/16 08:08 PM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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It does look like there is less growth. Is this the first clearance using blend? Have you tried using larger probes than F2? Larger sized probes create better heating pattern.

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#122971 - 10/27/16 09:03 PM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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Lovely work, Katarina. Looks perfect!
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#122981 - 10/28/16 12:07 PM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: ]
Katarina Kerner Offline
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Originally Posted By fenix
It does look like there is less growth. Is this the first clearance using blend? Have you tried using larger probes than F2? Larger sized probes create better heating pattern.


It is the first clearance with blend and yes I used larger probes smile

Originally Posted By dfahey
Lovely work, Katarina. Looks perfect!


Thank you very much!

My client is extremely happy because she is finally free of everyday shaving and dealing with hairs smile


Edited by Katarina Kerner (10/28/16 01:09 PM)

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#123045 - 11/10/16 06:31 AM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: Iluv2zap]
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In my opinion I think that the most interesting and less aggressive would be to start raising time not power, sometimes even lowering the power by increasing the milliseconds of each "pulse" is more effective and is better preserved unwanted side effects. I'm referring to Thermolisis.It's just my experience. Receive my respect.

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#123052 - 11/14/16 09:45 PM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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I would respectfully disagree, though I'm interested as to your thinking this way. By Increasing the intensity one is widening the energy pattern , whereas increase the timing more and the pattern will become more enongated and creep up the probe into the shallower tissues.I would think you can do so to an extent however there is a point where increasingthe timing you will cause more surface damage and skin reaction.

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#123456 - 02/01/17 11:24 AM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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I found an electrologist and they perform blend and thermolysis. They are located 3 hours away from me and I won't be able to go very regularly so I'm wondering what method would be best if I can't go regularly? Does thermolysis have a higher regrowth rate than blend?

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#123457 - 02/01/17 11:58 AM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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We already discussed about this issue so many times in the forum.
The regrowth rate depends on the hand of the practicionner, not on the method. Both blend and thermolysis can permanently destroy hair follicule.
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#123499 - 02/20/17 12:32 AM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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Just saw my electrologist on Saturday. She performed the blend method on me and I didn't feel her pluck ONCE. She cleared me whole face in 3 hours and my face is way more swollen and is very bumpy compared to my last electrologist but I know that I will actually see results and not just get my hair plucked. She remarked that the hair on my upper lip did not even appear to be weakened from all of my treatments over this last year, which did not surprise me one bit. Here are some pictures of my face around 6 hours after the treatment.

http://imgur.com/a/DF0OJ

My face looks much better today if you were wondering smile


Edited by adamj95 (02/20/17 12:38 AM)

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#123668 - 03/25/17 02:47 PM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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Just went to my 2nd appointment yesterday afternoon. This clearing took 2 hours so 1 hour less than the 1st clearance. Way less swelling and redness this time. I look like I haven't had anything done to my face today.

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#123669 - 03/25/17 06:06 PM Re: Beard Electrolysis [Re: adamj95]
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congratlations! All sounds as it should be.

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