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#19190 - 09/17/04 01:32 AM Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis
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Executive Clearance Electrolysis
James W. Walker VII, CPE
2242 Genesee Street
Cheektowago/Buffalo NY 14211-1926
716 8-X-S-HAIR (716-897-4247)
Hate Excess Hair? Call 8-X-S-HAIR!
Office Hours:10am - 10pm by appointment

Discount Treatment plans are available.

Located 3 miles west down the street from The Buffalo/Niagara International Airport and the highway 33 airport exit. The Walden Galleria Mall and The New York Throughway 90 are also only 3 miles from the office via local streets.

To my knowledge James is the only Full Service Electrology Practice in the Western New York Area. Treating ANY HAIR, ANYWHERE! Client comfort is of paramount importance, so the most up-to-date equipment that allows multiple hour treatments is utilized, and updated regularly. High speed, multiple hour, comfortable treatments with little to no recovery time has been reported. More than one treatment per week is possible. One client reported a male beard thinned from 500 hairs per square inch to less than 70 hairs per square inch in less than 3 months (with two 3 hour treatments per week) James & Associates at Executive Clearance have made appearances on TV and Radio and are recommended for Transgender Electrology by TSroadmap.com and local TS/CD Support Groups. Executive Clearance is the Official Electrologist to: The Buffalo Belles, TransGenerations, The Spectrum Transgender Group, People Exchanging Power of Buffalo and is highly recommended by PRIDE Buffalo, Chicago Be-All, The Erie Sisters, TransCentral PA and many other groups and organizations.
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#19191 - 11/21/04 02:14 PM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis
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Executive Clearance Electrolysis
James W. Walker VII, CPE
2242 Genesee Street
Buffalo/Cheektowaga NY 14211-1926
716 8-X-S-HAIR (716-897-4247 )
Hate Excess Hair? Call 8-X-S-HAIR!
Office Hours:10am - 10pm by appointment

Simply put in less than 3 months we can become the only hair removal you use, and you will just look like you never grow any hair! Soon thereafter, You really won't grow any more hair in the treated area.

For a look at one of my more public clients hair removal journey see the links below:

Tina Marie's Hair Page
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Tina Marie's Updates and Final Photo Page

http://www.geocities.com/tinamarie022/Hair.html
http://www.geocities.com/tinamarie022/Face1.html
http://www.geocities.com/tm1298/Bonus_Photos.html?1128876631830
http://www.geocities.com/tm1298/Bonus_Photos.html
For HairTell Members who have publicly stated they have seen me, here are some links:
Eroca's Link

Stevo's Link
Kelsey's Link

Kilimanjaro's link

Omphaloskeptic's Link

Khiz' link


rh3q's link

Templej's Link
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#42895 - 06/15/07 02:44 PM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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Member Kelsey says:
http://www.hairtell.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=11719&page=0#Post11719
12-04-03
Well, most of you on this board know who James is, if not all of you.

I have had the fortune to be able to do treatment with him. And I will say that he's as nice and knowledgeable in person as he is in here.

I haven't had any experiences with anyone else, but after two treatments with James, I can say that I'm very glad I haven't had experiences with anyone else.

I definitely recommend him if you're in the Buffalo area or even if you're not. I drive about an hour and 15 minutes to get there, and I would drive farther if I had to.

7-14-04
I realized tonight that I hadn't been here in a while, so I thought I would come in and post an update.

I've had several sessions with James and things are going great. I am having two areas treated, and on one of them, I have only one visible hair. It is now in it's non-growing phase, which is unfortunate, because I hope to schedule another appointment next month.

The other area is doing significantly better.

I've had only slight redness and a few minor white bumps here and there. Nothing that is a big deal at all! And now that I haven't had an appointment in a while, my skin is completely normal.

James is great. I definitely recommend him if you want nice skin after the whole process is finished.
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Kilimarjaro's Post:
3-27-04
I have had 6 treatments with James Walker over the past 9 months and I drive almost 3 hrs to get to Buffalo. I never expected to be doing such crazy shit before puberty hit me and continues to hit -- especially being male and able to accept a lot of excess hair. I just got more than excess in many places!

Thanks to James for giving me treatments that each last 2 hours or more. The longest one was for 3 hours. The one electrologist I went to see in Cleveland only treated me for a half hour stretch at any one time (because of her bad back according to her.. although she treated other people despite that bad back right after I was done?!), and used only blend. She also used an atiquated machine by today's standards, unlike James' machine.

Another important thing that I need to thank James for -- he ONLY charges for actual treatment time. Any bathroom breaks, rest requests by me (when he puts on some cooling stuff on my treated areas) etc.. are not counted. Again, this is the opposite of what my electrologist in Cleveland did. Even after accounting for gas and tolls I pay in addition to James's fees, I still get a good deal because I only get charged for the actual treatment time.

I have to say this, but it was James who referred me to this Cleveland electrologist initially, so I have learnt to always be suspicious about someone working on you even when that person has a good reputation in the industry -- since you are the one being fooled in the end. I would have never realized that this electrologist was bad if I hadn't gone to see James. On a positive note, this subpar electrologist's office looked much nicer than James' office.

Going back to my treatments with James, I waited for 9 months before posting this testimonial since I didn't want to mislead people if I got bad side effects or regrowth. I am still a bit sceptical about how permanent this will all be, but pleased with results so far and especially pleased with the lack of any scarring. I have done the middle of my unibrow and there is a striking improvement that I can easily tell. The only problem was that on the first treatment, James used the faster thermolysis on my eyebrow area due to the large number of hairs there, and I ended up with some scabbing and swelling that was visible for a few months. However, it is all gone now and since we moved to blend in the eyebrow area, the scabbing/swelling lasts just one day after each treatment.

I should also point out that both termolysis and blend treatments in other areas of my body have resulted in little swelling and/or scarring that is almost completely gone in a day or two. I also make sure that I apply Tea Tree Oil and Aloe Vera Gel for the first few days after each treatment (Tea Tree Oil at night and Aloe Vera after my shower in the morning).

The other areas where I have had treatments include my back of neck and lower back. I know that all areas have improved, but it is harder to get impressed in those cases since the hair is more widely spread compared to my eyebrows and I have a lot of other untreated hair in or near those areas. Additionally, I don't try to see the back of neck and lower back in the mirror. I would wish that all electrologists used digital cameras and took before and after pics over the long-term. It is a small financial investment with many benefits.

Overall, I am definitely happy with my decision to begin electrolysis. I want to get my beard reduced too, but there is no way I can get to the Buffalo area so regularly and for such a lengthy period of time. I will be very glad when scientists discover something simple and fast to remove body hair that puts all these electrologists out of business forever!

Laser doesn't seem to be this "thing" as yet from what I have read, especially for my darker skin. The biggest worry about laser for me is the rumors that it can activate smaller/miniature follicles, which electrolysis would leave untreated. That scares me a bit.
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Steveo's post
5-15-04
Well after years of waxing and the uncertainty of laser (which my medical physicain explained to me) I decided to take on my hair problem. On Friday I decided to drive two hours from Toronto to Buffalo to visit our favourite electrologist James Walker. By the way It was such a good drive it only took me an hour and a half. Let me give you some details about me and my excessive hair. I'm 22 years old with olive type skin and hair all over. My back is sporadically covered which conects to my chest and my shoulders and arms also have sporadic hairs. After finally reaching James office which is in the beginning phase of renovations he explained to me the different types of electrology and how it worked. After that we began work on my arms shoulders and shoulder blades. You must understand that on my arms my hair grows in an awkward pattern so it took longer to clear my arms than expected. I finally understand why James explains to people that you can only figure out how long it will take you once you begin your treatment. As for the day we did two 90 minute sessions with a break in between and then lunch where we laughed over our distinct families. After lunch we proceeded to continue with one more 90 minute session. We managed to clear roughly 1700 hairs. Even with that said and the four and a half hours of work I can see that for my initial clearing, my entire back and other areas will take at least 12 hours. But James said the first clearing is always the most dramatic. Another funny things is when we were on our last 90 minutes session a previous client of his who had his entire beard removed dropped in out of the blue and visited us which I must say was great for me. I got to see first hand at what electrology can do for a man with 500 hairs per square inch on his face. He looked like a baby boy at the age of 53. Anyways the electrology itself wasn't such a big deal, it is slow but works. As well I felt minimum pain sometimes and sometimes felt nothing. I think at the last hour I was just beginning to get restless and thats why I was feeling the electrolysis more. This is my first appointment and will continue once a week till I can get to once a month. I will keep everyone updated considering I owe it to the people here on this board from which convinced me to help myslef. By the way its saturday morning for me and my arms look so good, the two spots on my shoulders are a bit red and bumpy, but nothing compared to the rash I would get from waxing. Its still really early, but I will post again in a couple months time so that I can inform my READERS..... have a great weekend !!
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Eroca's Post:
http://www.hairtell.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/20793/site_id/1#import
4-01-05
hey i just wanted to let everyone know that i went to see James Walker yesterday and he worked on me for a few hours and you couldn't tell i had any work done whatsoever! he's the best out there, i'm positive. i could only go the one time b/c of the distance and ride situation, but i recommend that if anyone can go to him to do so b/c it's the best thing ever. i just have this problem now to find someone in the michigan area around rochester or clarkston area that will work on me in more than one spot, which is going to be tough (if anyone knows any recommendations please let me know)
: ( but i need to at least try. Thanks again James!! Good luck to everyone with your unwanted hair problems
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You can find this in Omphaloskeptic's post http://www.hairtell.com/forum/ubbthreads...=true#Post42287, with the full conversation, but here are one client's words describing treatment at Executive Clearance:

Omphaloskeptic writes:

To give a concrete example, hairtell's very own James Walker did a marathon treatment on me of just shy of 13 hours, basically spread over two days.

That was the first full clearance of my beard - 10,000 hairs removed in under 13 hours. No anesthetic needed. Aside from a few small areas (such as right under the nose), it was pretty much painless. Uncomfortable, mind you... but that has more to do with just sitting around on the treatment table for long periods of time - something that wouldn't exactly be helped by lidocaine injections.

James does his best to keep you distracted with the DVD player he's got hooked up to monitors mounted in multiple locations (so you can see regardless of how he's got you oriented on the table). And taking short breaks every hour or two is pretty important. But speaking as the victim... er, I mean "client", it was all fairly pleasant. I was on a plane home the next day, and within 24 hours of the last treatment, the swelling had subsided. Not a single scab or mark on my face.

In comparison to how easy it was as the "client", I figure marathon sessions have be pretty tiring for the electrologist! Which is no doubt one of the big reasons why you don't see more of them offering that sort of treatment.

.....

Well, to be clear, I tried a few electrologists before I started seeing James, and treatment with all of them did hurt. A LOT. Now admittedly, I have a very low pain threshold, but still... even using emla and the like, and even with the sessions being very short, I was less than enthusiastic about the prospect of them doing that to my whole beard. Yowch! I couldn't imagine sitting through 2 hours of that, much less 13.

My point, I guess, is just that there is an absolutely massive difference between electrologists, even those purportedly with a lot of experience. Not one of the electrologists I tried had less than a decade of experience. If I had based my impression of electrolysis solely on my experience with them, I would've been begging for injections.
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March 13, 2010 Khiz
Just wanted to add my experience...I DID make the trip to Buffalo and James worked on me. It was truly money well spent, as he is a master at his work. How i wish I could bear the pain a bit more and get my full back cleared. Yes, We were targeting full back clearance in 2 days. The speed of work was astonishing, but i just have sensitive skin which held me back at the very end.
Thanks alot james, and hoping we can get our next schedule soon.
http://www.hairtell.com/forum/ubbthreads....html#Post71078
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October 20, 2010
This is the journal for my electrolysis journey. I hope you find it informative and helpful. The first thing I had done was a Full beard removal minus about 1.5 inches of lower neck. The first clearance was roughly 30 hours and 17,000+ hairs removed, moving along at a pace of 550+ hairs and hour. The majority was done with Picoflash. It went like this: Insert/ZAP/tweeze/Insert/ZAP/tweeze. The Zap was very fast which is great.
In January, I will also add in back, upper arms, nape of neck, shoulders and eyebrows.
Observations:
Pain- The single most painful thing I’ve been through! It was an ordeal. But, look at the amount of hairs and their thickness and one will see why. My cheek took 3 hours and was a breeze really. The closer to bone, the more painful. The chin and upper lip were the worst. I had about 3 categories for the hairs. 1- I would call my dessert hairs, didn’t even know they were removed. 2- Ouch! 3- Holy @#$% what was that!!?!! (Sorry James if I cursed)
At the 6 week mark, I truly believe a clearance then would’ve been a cinch in comparison. But, I was back in Baghdad and will have to wait until January.

Plucking- I always see this term in electrolysis posts. But, I remember feeling pain with the tweezing of the zapped hair at least 2/3 of the time. I was pretty religious with holding the mirror and watching, and when a hair would stick, James would re-zap and then get it. I just can’t imagine someone with James’ level of experience plucking 2/3 of the 17,000 hairs.

Skin Reactions- I did get a few white bumps. Tea Tree oil/ aloe vera took care of them in a couple of days. My chin oozed like crazy. I would just wash it gently in the shower every morning. By the time I flew home, the crustiness was no longer happening. As for swelling, it happens when you have so much done. In the pictures it will look like I am just eating James out of house and home the whole time. It’s just the swelling. I have also seen others mention scabbing. I never got a single scab with this. 6 weeks, 9 weeks later? At this point, shaving was way easier. I could shave against the grain without irritation and actually get a smooth shave. I have also found that the full removal gave me a great exfoliation. Maybe since I could actually get to my skin. I'll be back for next clearing in January. I'll post all of that as well. J

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#86135 - 04/19/11 08:31 PM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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Loc: Rockledge, Florida USA
James is without a doubt, the best electrologist that I have had. I had went to four electrologist when I was living in Columbus, Ohio and two of them wound up burning my chin area and did not really get that much accomplished. The most time that I could go with them was about 1 1/2 hours because it was hurting too much. The last electrologist that I went to there was better, but she said that I should go to Buffalo, NY where the person who trained her and was a lot better had his electrologist business at. I was reluctant because James charges $100 an hour, but I made an appointment and I am glad that I did. Although there was pain at times especially in the upper lip area and the top portion of the lower lip area, compared to what I had experienced before the pain was far less, no burning of my flesh and James was able to clear a lot more hairs than the others. James has a DVD hooked up in such a way that you can watch one of his many movies most of the time that you are getting the electrolysis so that you can concentrate on that rather than concentrating on a needle going through your flesh. James picks me up from the airport and takes me out to eat and is always a complete gentleman and professional. I could not ask for anyone better. I now live in Rockledge, (near Cocoa Beach, Florida) and I just flew up here for some more electrolysis. -- Franki Newsome at somenewfxn@hotmail.com

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#86144 - 04/20/11 01:37 AM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: NewFunk]
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Hi Franki - Glad that you made the decision to connect with James -I knew it would be very worthwhile for your needs. Thanks for trusting me on that. Glad to hear that you finally got to your Florida destination.

Dee
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#86156 - 04/20/11 12:40 PM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: dfahey]
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Hi Dee,

I hope that you are doing well, and are doing good at your new location whereever it is at. I am still here at James place and will be leaving Thursday to go back home in Florida which is where I grew up at. I will be going to Thailand to the Suporn Clinic in December for my SRS. Please keep in touch, even if it is only every several weeks, months, etc.

Franki
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#86184 - 04/21/11 04:33 AM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: NewFunk]
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Great news Franki. I wish the best for you.
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#99770 - 06/28/12 04:43 AM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: sailadda81]
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I can say without a doubt that James is the reason for my high expectations when it comes to electrolysis. In one hour, he managed to do what my previous electrologist wasn't able to accomplish in 6 months. I had a terrible experience with thermolysis in the past which was both extremely painful and left me with horribly large scabs and hyperpigmentation. I was worried about the same experience and reaction however was completely wrong to do so. Not only did he make sure I was completely relaxed (pillows propped up under me to deal with my RLS)but he also kept me entertained (in an educational way!) with his wonderful talks and jokes.

The main points that set him apart from other electrologists include his amazing stereoscopic microscope/lighting (he was able to get even the smallest of blonde hairs on my upper lip), his use of the most recent technology (Aplius Platinum) and by far his fast skills when it comes to getting rid of hair. In one hour he was able to clear my entire upperlip of 561 hairs!

Overall, I am so very glad I was able to see him, even for an hour! Unfortunately he is located about 6 hours from me so it impossible for me to see him every couple weeks as I would like, but I plan on visiting him soon to clear more body parts. Thanks James for everything!

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#101296 - 09/21/12 12:16 AM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: nahgem]
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I was informed over a year ago that if I was truly interested in permanent hair removal that electrolysis was really the only way to go. I did listen, but I also received a Groupon for 6 sessions of laser hair removal, so I thought I would give that a shot first. After all, what could it hurt? It did hurt, lots, and although the initial results were pretty good, not only didn’t they last terribly long, but the laser is finicky and won’t touch the grey ones, of which I have an abundance. I’m not that old, but they started coming in at 25.

Local word of mouth directed me to Executive Clearance run by James Walker, a highly experienced electrologist. His work with the trans community and provision of low pain, highly effective beard removal was already well established in the Buffalo community. Let’s be honest, we are a niche market and it’s not so easy to find a specialist who is both geared toward trans needs and provides top quality service.

I booked a consultation and was sold. James took the time to explain the history and process of his methods and provided a sample. The sample patches he removed were on my cheek (low pain), chin (moderate discomfort), and upper lip (a bit more discomfort). He explained that removing the hair from the lip was the most painful and that he liked to include this in the consult to avoid any appearance of cherry picking while giving the customer a good idea of what to expect when it came to the most sensitive area. I was sold.

I booked a real appointment and showed up on Monday. James was meticulous in getting ready and scrubbed down well and brushed his teeth, something we all appreciate when someone is working close for many hours. As he did, I took a look around. His location and décor can only be described as ‘low overhead’; a business strategy he is comfortable explaining. The money went into the equipment and not the local, with a strategic goal of providing the lowest discomfort service possible. Instead of the usual life size framed prints of hairless softcore models, the walls are adorned with wrestling toys. I would be shocked if one was ever manufactured that he doesn’t own. I also noted an extensive video collection proudly displayed. My only concern with this is that he boasted not only ‘Mannequin’, but ‘Mannequin 2’ as well. If he had plans to show them, it could be a much longer day than I anticipated.

The keys to an extended electrolysis session are comfort and distraction. After all, no one wants to spend 9 hours having their face zapped while also getting leg cramps and staring at a crack in the ceiling. To offset this, James provides a comfortable gurney style table, with a large flat screen monitor directly above. For those who are interested, he has a whole transgender film lineup in the queue, of which I took advantage. I lay back and enjoyed ‘Transamerica’ as he began work.

While I don’t think there is any way of making electrolysis exactly comfortable or pain free, this was about as close as anyone is going to get. He kept up a steady rhythm of zap, zap, pluck, pluck over and over. The nice part about this is that he pain of the zaps never got intense enough to cause a reaction, even when he moved to the upper lip. By interspersing the zaps with plucking out the hairs, it was only a few seconds of shock to deal with at a time, which is more than bearable. The movie was enough of a distraction that for long periods I could forget what he was doing all together.

As I understand from other trans folks in the same boat, most electrolysis sessions range from 45 minutes to 2 hours max at a time. This seems to be what people can typically endure for the day. James was able to go for 7 hours on my face and could have kept going had I not run out of time. I was there for 9, but he only billed me for the time working and not bathroom breaks, leg stretches, or lunch. All said and done, in that first session he managed to remove 3500 hairs, which covered my upper lip, chin, the sides of the muzzle area, and most of my cheeks. Not bad for one marathon appointment! At then end though, I experienced some heavy swelling, which is to be expected. He applied some tree oil before I left, which provided immediate relief. While I’m not exactly excited to be going back to continue on, I will and am not considering other alternatives. The results speak for themselves.

Who James is good for: Anyone transgender or otherwise who is looking for the low pain, high performance option for hair removal. Professionalism, attention to detail, good humor, and excellent results are all the order of the day. When your electrologist makes it on to your Christmas list after causing so many hours of discomfort, you can’t argue that you aren't getting that personal touch and that a real level of trust has been established.

Who James is not good for: Anyone who has the expectation that their electrolysis should take place in a setting similar to the Palace of Versailles and values form over function. If you want a posh address and marble floors, this probably isn’t right for you. The same can be said if you are a dedicated masochist or believe that ‘close enough’ is going to get the job done.

All over rating: 5 Stars and My Highest Recommedation

Michellelianna michellelianna

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#107699 - 07/02/13 11:45 PM Re: Buffalo: Executive Clearance Electrolysis [Re: michellewolf71]
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Hello, forum members.

Here is a quick review/rating of experience with James Walker VII. I hope it's helpful if anyone is considering using his services.

1. Ease of scheduling:
He is busy but very accommodating and will work with you on setting the dates.

2. Travel arrangements:
Either you fly to Buffalo or if you are more financially "flexible" he will actually come to you. This is especially good for "marathon" sessions, I believe, if you are trying to clear very large areas which you would be able to do in your home.

3. Modalities used.
He is totally flexible and competent as far as electrolysis, blend and thermolysis and switches between them as necessary due to type of hair, type of skin, pain threshold, hair release, etc. To find a pro that uses blend is RARE.

4. Areas covered:
James works everywhere, both men and women. He puts you at ease and has a great attitude about it no matter how sensitive the area. Totally comfortable.

5. Success rate:
I feel that his kill rate is high, both face and body. Also, if you are working on large areas like chest/back/stomach or beard his marathon sessions will give you clearance. If you go to your community electrologist you will simply overwhelm them and end up going for a tremendous number of sessions stretched over many years and you won't be accomplishing things in any timely manner and the frustration will build up. (Personal expererience).


6. Office setup:
James works from a building in a residential area and has a very basic office. It's simple and unpretentious. It is NOT a spa and it is not posh. Totally comfortable with a TV that you can watch.

7. Cost:
He is very competitive as far as direct rates go. If you factor in that you will spend less time with him and have fewer visits and he can give you marathon sessions which are difficult to find then the cost of the flight is worth it. Better to get 10 hours of good stuff then have it broken up into 15 min sessions that will add up to 20 hours in the end anyways.

Conclusion:
I think James is a "hair-killer" and a great electrologist. He is committed to the field and to the interests of his clients, is comfortable to work with and willing to accommodate and work with challenging cases. You won't find many like him in this country. Take advantage of his services while you can.

I am happy to answer any questions that relate to my personal experience with him and I am sure he will answer all questions if you contact him.
Thanks
E

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