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#98817 - 05/23/12 11:05 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: mumbaigirl]
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So its true, when you stand above the crowd, it is easier for others to throw tomatoes at you. wink

Congratulations Mike R., Glad that Irish Electrolysists will be better able to obtain good tools to work with.
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#98818 - 05/23/12 12:20 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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I restrained myself from commenting yesterday.

I think all the posts and clearer photos are evidence enough that she does beautiful work. Dare I say, the undereye area actually looks smoother than the rest of the skin.

We shouldn't be afraid to speak up if we feel something is wrong but one wonders what the motivation was for such an accusation.

In another post I mentioned the unhappy teenage years I had, already having a lot of facial and body hair before 13. If I have a daughter and she feels the same, I would not hesitate to hand her over to Josefa for work at that young age. I cannot describe how caring she is.

But I suppose one needs to know and understand her work to really know how skilled she is. At this point in her career, I think Josefa would have to actively try to cause such overtreatment.
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#98823 - 05/23/12 05:45 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: stoppit&tidyup]
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Distributor of Laurier insulated probes is officially open to all UK & Irish businesses.

I personally have worked with these probes for well over 25 years. The results are amazing.

100% of the current is directed to the germative portion of the hair follicle, which desicates and dehydrates thus permanently treating the hair follicle.

This probe and a good insertion is a electrologists dream come true.

The probes are available in an array of sizes suitable for all different areas to be treated.

To order contact: phylsbeauty@gmail.com



Edited by Philomena (05/23/12 05:52 PM)

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#98825 - 05/23/12 06:14 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: Philomena]
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Hi Philomena (love the name!), welcome to Hairtell. Can people from the Continent order too?

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#98833 - 05/23/12 11:06 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: notadelphin]
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Hi Philomena,

i am one of the frequent users of the Laurier probes. I am located in Germany.
Would You please be so kind to inform me on prices, ordering conditions and shipment costs to Germany?

Thanks

Beate
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#98835 - 05/23/12 11:19 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: stoppit&tidyup]
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Originally Posted By: stoppit&tidyup
I restrained myself from commenting yesterday.

I think all the posts and clearer photos are evidence enough that she does beautiful work.


Me, too. What You do see, however, especially on the picture of the left eye, is that the skin of the lid and that of the eye brows/forehead are a bit different in structure. You actually can notice the fine connection of these two parts of the skin following the eyebrow. This is normal anatomy and it is quite visible due to the high quality of the photo (magnification!).
Therefore You can notice that small area freed of hairs immediately above the connection of these two sections of the skin, which is covered by hair when not epilated. Simply undisturbed pores which used to carry hair and now are empty. Wouldn't it be a sign of overtreatment if these pores were filled?

IMO the work is perfect - both epilation as well as in style (here i refer to an older comment of me to the shape of the eyebrow).
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#98912 - 05/25/12 08:56 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: James W. Walker VII]
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Originally Posted By: James W. Walker VII
So its true, when you stand above the crowd, it is easier for others to throw tomatoes at you. wink



James, look at what we do here with tomatoes: A big party!. Given that you've also received some tomatoes, welcome to the party, dear.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMwsMpYviHg&feature=fvwrel



Yes, folks, here we know take advantage of the vegetables! wink

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#99014 - 05/29/12 10:11 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: ]
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This misguided allegation shocked me,Josefas' work is as always,impeccable.
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#99020 - 05/29/12 12:06 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: C O'Connell]
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Hi All, this is my first post on Hairtell, I have been reading posts on and off for a short while now. I would like to dedicate my first post to saying thank you so very much Josefa for the amazing contribution you make to Electrology. Your work is amazing and the hours you spend every week posting comments and photos do so much to reassure clients. As a busy mum with an electrolysis business I am in awe of your ability to also find the time to contribute to Hairtell, do you ever sleep??
And thank you so much to all the other Electrologists who post regularly, your advice and sharing of knowledge is very much appreciated.
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#99052 - 05/30/12 03:34 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: C O'Connell]
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