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#86 - 07/29/02 09:47 PM My 1st day of electrolysis tomorrow.. some ?s
bk_gal Offline
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My practitioner's advert states that she uses a "new, computerized" way, so as to make things go faster. How does this work? I'm sure that I'll find out tomorrow, though I wanted to check here first to see if anyone knows more or has had personal experience with the computerized method.

Also, the advert states that the practioner uses Laurier insulated probes.. is this a good thing?

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#87 - 07/30/02 05:28 AM Re: My 1st day of electrolysis tomorrow.. some ?s
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Computerized systems are newer. The older ones had dials and meters. The computerized ones allow for more precision.

Those probes are good.

Good luck tomorrow, and take a glance at my hairfacts Tips section on pain management for a few tips if you're prone to pain!

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