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#99281 - 06/07/12 11:37 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: stoppit&tidyup]
zaphairzap Offline
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Again, apologies for not reading the thread fully but..

So it's established that laurier probes cause less short term surface damage and quicker healing. What about long term results- is there a difference in healed skin which was treated by laurier vs healed skin treated by non-insulated probes months or years later? In other words, are non-insulated probes equally good in the long run as far as skin quality is concerned?

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#99282 - 06/08/12 12:11 AM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: zaphairzap]
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The less damage one does, the less healing is required.
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#99333 - 06/09/12 04:41 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: zaphairzap]
depilacionelectr
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Originally Posted By: zaphairzap
Again, apologies for not reading the thread fully but..

So it's established that laurier probes cause less short term surface damage and quicker healing. What about long term results- is there a difference in healed skin which was treated by laurier vs healed skin treated by non-insulated probes months or years later? In other words, are non-insulated probes equally good in the long run as far as skin quality is concerned?


My experience with IBP is limited to just over a year, so I can not answer your question. Perhaps the oldest customers of the Laurier with decades of experience in the use of IBP can answer this question.
From what I have seen so far, the results remain permanent as with a non-insulated probe.

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#99341 - 06/09/12 10:21 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: ]
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This is one of those cases that surprise you favorably.

Toes, an area highly prone to hyperpigmentation on a woman who has previously developed this side effect from Electrolysis and other injuries. Just 6 months after 1 full clearance.

December 2011. Before first clearance:


June 2012. After 1 clearance:


December 2011.


June 2012:


The work was done with a IBP.

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#99342 - 06/09/12 11:32 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: ]
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Beautiful, Josefa smile

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#99490 - 06/17/12 05:31 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: zaphairzap]
depilacionelectr
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Time to check the results of this case:

Before


2 months after the first clearance..


Before


2 months later...

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#99492 - 06/17/12 06:02 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: ]
zaphairzap Offline
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I'm afraid to imagine the havoc your needle could wreak on a head full of hair - you'd leave the person bald :p

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#99497 - 06/17/12 09:42 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: zaphairzap]
Michael Bono Offline

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Registered: 01/11/11
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Just have to say ... that's not "havoc,"* that's textbook perfection! "Our Jossie!" BRAVO!

(*And yes, I do know your were being humorous.)

Yeah, as good as it gets.

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#99617 - 06/22/12 12:02 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: Michael Bono]
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Due to a recent surge in retail sales and the discovery that a lot of you out there would prefer to deal direct with the manufacturer for the IBP, we've decided to drop our retail price to bring it in line with the distributors and simplify things. I'm also finding quite a few clients that want to order for themselves to ask their practioner to use them and this will also simplify things for them.

Henceforth, our retail price will be $30US/dozen with $12 shipping for orders less than 12 dozen inside the US. Wholesale price will remain the same and we still pay the shipping. Unfortunately we have no control over import tariffs charged by other countries that are not as welcoming as the US to imports. The IBP is extremely popular in India and they charge a 100% import tariff for them there ! I suggest overseas customers please check your country's laws and determine your tariffs and fees ahead of time to not be surprised by them.

The office can be reached at (607) 263-5865 Monday-Thursday 8am-3pm US Eastern Standard time.
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Makers of the Laurier Insulated Bulbous Probe.

www.laurierinstruments.com

"The perfect violin is worthless unless in the hands of one who can play it well"

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#99618 - 06/22/12 12:27 PM Re: Part II: Laurier [Re: Laurier]
mumbaigirl Offline
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Hello..can you please tell me how many orders do you get from India? and from where exactly in India? I'm from Mumbai. I've been trying to find a good electrologist in India since long with no luck. It would be great if you could share a few contacts (with their permission).

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