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                                              Electrolysis VS Laser Hair Removal -
                                      The Advantages and Disadvantages of Both...

For most women, it is a huge burden to get rid of body hair every two days, every week, or every month.
The majority is constantly looking for more effective ways to get rid of unwanted hair;
the less they have to think about it, the better.

Shaving has become archaic and waxing is too painful.
How about trying something to get rid of unwanted facial and body hair long-term?
This is what electrolysis and laser hair removal procedures do; by destroying the hair follicle, the growth of the hair is delayed.

In general, electrolysis
hair removal is more precise than the laser hair removal.
However, both procedures have their advantages and disadvantages, so read below to make an informed decision
in regards to which hair removal method suits you best:


Electrolysis is an FDA-approved procedure performed to remove unwanted facial and body hair.
It has proven to be very convenient and effective in the three types of current that can be applied to the skin:
galvanic electrolysis, thermolysis, and a mix of both.

Its main advantages are:

- Electrolysis is a precise and targeted procedure.

Electrolysis hair removal requires little or no downtime.

Electrolysis hair removal helps produce a natural and smooth look.

Electrolysis hair removal can tackle hair in any area of the body.

Electrolysis hair removal just slows down the hair growth, thus, eventually, you may have to wax or shave the area again,
but less frequently for sure.

Its main disadvantages are:

- Electrolysis may be painful and slow, demanding that you visit the doctor regularly to carry on with the treatment.

Electrolysis hair removal is expensive. Each session costs around $30 to $50, and you may need about 30 sessions to
really destroy the hair follicle.

- The results may be uneven, because electrolysis only hits the hairs that are in the middle of their growth cycle,
thus, you may see new hair coming out later.

Electrolysis hair removal is not recommended for sensitive skin because it uses heat energy to destroy the follicle, thus,
it can damage tissues and cells on delicate skin.

                                                               LASER HAIR REMOVAL

You will see results within the first two sessions of a laser hair removal procedure,
which means the cost goes down considerably.

Its main advantages are:

-Laser hair removal is not painful.

Laser hair removal produces insignificant side effects, for example, redness and minor swelling.

- Laser hair removal is a very convenient procedure because each session lasts only about an hour
and you see immediate results.

- Laser hair removal works for large body areas like the back, chest, legs and arms.

- Laser hair removal is very effective to remove patches of dark or coarse hair.

Laser hair removal is not as precise as electrolysis.

Its main disadvantages are:

- Laser hair removal may damage your retina and vision if it is applied near the eye area or other parts of the face.

- If laser hair removal is not applied by a professional, it can burn the skin because of the power of the laser.

- Laser hair removal may damage, burn or scar, the skin on your face.

Before making any decision, it is vital that you contact a laser hair removal expert to get a
free consultation and to find the best beauty treatment for your needs and your skin.  :-)

The face and neck area can usually be completed in less than 5-10 minutes; legs and large areas can take a little longer.
The extremely effective GentleLASE, a revolutionary long-pulse high-energy alexandrite laser hair removal system emits a gentle
beam of light that passes through the skin, to the hair follicle, where it is absorbed. The laser energy is transformed into heat, 
which can disable the follicle leaving the surrounding skin unchanged. The GentleLASE safely removes unwanted body hair
without damaging the delicate pores and structures of the skin.

                Why Doesnít Laser Hair Removal Always Permanently Remove Hair?
Laser Hair Removal is now one of the most common ways to get rid of unwanted hair, and done right,
can definitely provide permanent hair removal. But the capability of Laser Hair Removal is reliant upon
numerous factors, including (i) the variety of laser being used, (ii) the color of your hair,
(iii) the color / variety of your skin and (iv) the phase of the hair in the hair growth cycle.

Today there is at least 5 types of laser that are used for hair removal.
Your skin type and you hair color will help to determine the most effective laser for you.
And even if you get it all correct, you still might not be left with permanent hair removal in a short period of time.
You see, the answer lies in the hair growth cycle, and more explicitly,
what phase of the cycle your problem hair is in....sounds baffling - it is!

Before we learn about the hair growth cycle, it is imperative to understand just how
Laser Hair Removal really works. That is, to appreciate literally how you can accomplish
permanent hair removal, acquiring an insight into the laser process is crucial.

The laser process doesn't actually physically remove the unwanted hair.
The energy from the laser literally travels through the skin, and is drawn in by the pigment in the hair follicle and shaft.
When this energy is drawn into a hair, the follicles are damaged, which then impairs that specific hairs
capability to grow. Eventually the hair will fall out, usually within a matter of weeks.

Getting knowledge of how the laser operates is essential.
You need to always remember that the laser doesn't just make the hair fall out on the spot.
It actually impairs the capacity of a hair to grow, causing it to eventually fall out.
Now that we have a brief understanding of how the laser performs, it is time to get an understanding of
how the hair growth cycle affects the permanency of laser hair removal.

If the hair is in the wrong stage of the growth cycle, the laser might not provide permanent removal
after a first treatment. You see, the hair growth cycle comprises three stages, and the permanent nature of
Laser Hair Removal is more predictable when the hair is in one stage specifically - the growth stage.

A hair will go through 3 stages in its lifetime : (1) Active/Anagen (2) Regressive/Catagen (3) Resting/Telogen.
Laser hair removal is more effectual in the Anagen stage where the hair contains the most pigment,
and is most sensitive to the laser light. If the laser treatment is applied when the hair is in either of the
2 other stages, then the possibility of permanent hair removal is lesser.

Everyone's hair grows differently, and factors affecting hair growth include: age, weight, metabolism,
hormones, genetics, medications and environmental influences. However, disregardful of how these factors act on
individual hair growth, hair itself grows through three differing phases:

1. The ACTIVE or ANAGEN growth phase, consists of approximately 85 % of our body hair
at any given moment in time and can last up to several years. During this stage, the hair shaft and follicle
has an accumulation of pigment and is most affected by the laser light.

2. The REGRESSIVE or CATAGEN phase is the stage during which the hair stops
growing but is not yet shed. This phase often lasts a few weeks comprising about 3 - 4% of our total body hair
at any given moment in time. The laser will work in this stage, but if it is late in this part of the cycle,
a new hair might already be coming through and the new hair will not be affected by the laser.

3. The RESTING or TELOGEN phase lasts 5 - 6 weeks, at the end of which the hair falls out and the
new hair becomes visible. The new hair might not be affected by the laser because it will not have pigment in it yet,
remembering that the laser actually relies on the pigment to find the hair.
Approximately 10-13% of our body hair is in this phase at any one time.

Getting an appreciation of the hair growth cycle leads to the ultimate question,
"Is it possible to get permanent hair removal?" The answer is Yes, Laser Hair Removal can certainly
provide a level of permanence. As you can see, if a hair in the Active/Anagen stage is revealed to the laser,
then that hair will most probably be killed permanently. If a hair that is in either of the other 2 stages is
revealed to the laser, then that hair will most probably be killed,
but the new hair coming through will still carry on growing.

So to get permanent removal of your unwanted hair, you will more than likely need a number of laser sessions.
You could be lucky - your first Laser hair removal session will permanently remove all of your unwanted hair,
but the expectation is that you will need a number of sessions at set intervals to ensure that you
get to the hair when it is in the first stage of growth. And that's all there really is to know,
permanent Laser Hair Removal is definitely realizable!

                                               First Time Transgender Experiences

                                                                                   by Gianna E. Israel

First time experiences are typically more important than most people realize.
First time out of the closet. First trip to the department store.
First time disclosing to a friend or family member. First time making love after genital reassignment surgery.
Without a doubt, transgender men and women often become very adept at mastering first time experiences.
It's because we have so many.

I remember my first time out of the closet years ago. Those were difficult days.
I had been living in San Diego in the early 80's. I knew nothing about transsexuals,
crossdressing or gender issues. Crossing into Mexico, I went to a pharmacia and asked to
purchase female hormones. The clerk said I was too young to be buying hormones,
and gave me the name of a physician to contact. At the physician's office I nervously sat looking about.
I envisioned myself becoming institutionalized in Mexico, and fled. It took several months for me to go
back again and ask a physician for hormones. Since then I've had hundreds of first time
experiences as a transgender woman.

Are you still in the closet? Never been outdoors as your new self?
On my first occasion I was pitifully frightened. I laugh now, but wasn't then.
I remember believing all my neighbors were watching me. They were because I acted all nervous and scared.
I made it to the end of the block. Then, ran home as quickly as I could.
It took several weeks to get up the courage to try doing it again.
The second time I made it 4 blocks away to a friend's house.
Can you imagine how relieved I was to be escorted back home by my friend? My suggestion for first timers.
Take it slow. Be safe. Go out with a companion. It helps considerably to have an escort on those first
several walks outdoors. If you believe people are watching you, they very well might.
Even if you feel afraid, go ahead and walk out that front door as if it were just an ordinary thing.

Is it your first time trying and buying opposite-gendered clothes?
My suggestion catalog order the first few items. Its the easy way out.
You can try new clothing on in the privacy of your own home. In fact, invite a friend over for a second opinion.
Naturally, good clothing is expensive, therefore do a little research before investing in a wardrobe.
Look at your body type, and then look and see what others are wearing?
Are there any wardrobe combinations which look good on similarly shaped people that would
possibly look good on you? The first time I went out and tried on clothing,
I bought my first women's suit at Neiman Marcus.
Buy the best you can afford and make sure it can be alterated. Over the years your body size may change,
particularly if you intend to take hormones, and you don't wish to be stuck
with something that can't be changed for fit.

I remember the first time I saw a counseling client in session alone.
It was quite exciting because it was something I had always wanted to do.
It was also a little frightening because I was new. It helped tremendously to have an experienced therapist
available to me in the next door office. Over the years I've had plenty of first-time appointments with new clients.
Most come alone. I consider new clients to be pretty brave, particularly since many have never
talked with a therapist before. Is it your first time visiting a therapist? I suggest you call around.
Talk to therapists by telephone. Anticipate spending 10-15 minutes talking on the phone with each one.
It definitely pays to shop around. Always ask about their experience dealing with gender and/or sexual minorities.
Tell the individual your needs. Then, ask how they can help your situation.
Be honest about what you are looking to achieve. Give the therapist time to explain his or her process to you.
Regardless of what guidelines or standards exist, each therapist generally has their own way of doing business.

The preceding suggestions also apply to doctors, electrologists,
hair stylists--anyone who provides a service. Shop around.
Negotiate and renegotiate services and relationships to fit your needs.
Do not assume just because you found a gender specializing provider or merchant, you have found the best.
Each provider or merchant has his or her own style and approach. It helps tremendously
to ask other transgender men and women what their experiences have been.
Don't just ask for one or two opinions, ask around three or four times.
Just as if you were shopping for a new car, consider that you are making an investment.
The majority of products and services transgender consumers seek are expensive and often irreversible.
You want the very best you can afford.

I remember my first time visit to a support group. I went along with a friend in the role as a co-facilitator.
I already was practicing as a community counselor, so I was probably one of the more informed persons
in the group. Still the same, like any first-timer, I found it useful to sit quietly and observe the
dynamics of the group. I listened to conversation and learned what type of issues people were dealing
with in the group. I knew from experience nobody likes a first-time visitor who portrays him or herself as
an instant expert. Listening can be invaluable, particularly if you have a lot of first time questions or
just found a new transgender Internet resource. When visiting, go ahead and introduce yourself.
Then, as I did, before asking questions, sit and listen for awhile. This will give you some idea what
type of issues people are comfortable talking about. Sometimes it can be extremely helpful to ask
an experienced group member if you can speak to them privately, this can be particularly useful if
you have questions which you feel uncomfortable talking about in public.

On the Internet, when you visit a chat room or newsgroup, ask if there is a FAQ file.
FAQ stands for Frequently Asked Questions. A FAQ file usually has easy-to-read
answers to basic questions. Reading the FAQ file will give you a chance to learn new information
without interrupting people who are already discussing day-to-day conversations.
Once you have a comfortable feeling for a group, chat room or newsgroup, you can then
began participating in conversation.

Are you ready for your first full-time day on the job in your new presentation?
That is an extremely important day for many transgender men and women.
You should already have plenty experiencing being out in the world in your new role.
You should have a support system of friends, a therapist, and others you can call for advise.
And, I've always encouraged male-to-female clients to have already completed the vast majority
of their electrolysis if at all possible. In fact, if possible, regardless of transition direction,
you may want to have already started hormones. Doing so will help your presentation.
Female-to-male transsexuals, however, are advised to remember their voice will change.
Generally starting hormones 1-3 months before going full-time at work will provide a grace period
where changes are observable but not overwhelmingly obvious.

On your first day, you can anticipate people who are aware of your transgender identity are going
to be naturally very curious. Allow for questions, however, also keep in mind your first priority is to not
allow this personal issue to detract from your work performance.
You can anticipate that the more preparation you placed into this important first day,
the more people are going to appreciate your efforts. I have heard hundreds of positive first-day experiences
from clients who put forethought into this special day. Occasionally, a client will come see me directly
after their first day at work. They sigh, sink casually into my couch,
and state how proud they feel of themselves. They have every right to feel proud.
Anyone who works so hard to become who they are has the right to feel that.

The funniest first-time experience I remember as a therapist,
was receiving an emergency telephone call from a client. She had a date.
Not just any date! The first-time love-making experience was waiting for her in the next room.
"Gianna, what should I do?" Funny, I didn't remember her mentioning she had considered trying that yet.
She hadn't even mentioned interest in anyone. I told my client to start out slow,
use plenty of lubricant and protection, and ask her partner to allow her to do all the work until
she was comfortable. The following week she was glowing, as she told about her first time experience.
I was glad to hear she had kept up her dilation, and had practiced masturbating prior to seeking out a date.
These things had contributed significantly to her being able to relax and experience pleasure.

                        Everything You Wanted To Know About Laser Hair Removal
                                                                 By Rachel Stepsen Platinum Quality Author

Laser hair removal is the best available method for hair removal because of the
several advantages offered by this method.
Laser hair removal method scores over other methods of hair removal for 
its ease of use, less time-consuming, little or no side effects and a long lasting treatment for 
removing unwanted hair from the face and the rest of the body.

A scientist who accidentally exposed his arm to 692 diode pumped YAG for a few seconds
discovered laser hair removal treatment in late 1970's. The exposure burned off the hair
but did not damage the skin. After few weeks, the scientist noticed a bald patch on his arm.
Further research and development resulted in the birth of a revolutionary new method
to get rid off unwanted hair. 
Since then, Laser Hair removal has become popular with both men and women of all age.

Advantages of Laser Hair Removal

The relief from the age-old hair removal methods like plucking, waxing, shaving is temporary. 
In the new hair removal method of electrolysis, each hair is treated separately.
This makes the process time consuming and restricted to small areas.
The inconvenience faced in the old methods has made the Laser Hair Removal
the most popular hair removal technique. 
Most of the cosmetologists prefer laser hair removal to other methods of hair removal. 
Here are some advantages of Laser Hair Removal:

1. Ease of Use - Laser treatment uses the principle of light energy absorbed by dark matter such 
as hair. An experienced laser technician directs and fires a laser beam at the area
of hair growth thereby burning off the unwanted hair. Laser hair removal method is not painful like waxing. 
Users have compared it to a tingling sensation like a small pinch.

2. Less time - Unlike electrolysis that is painful and takes a lot of time, laser hair removal is faster.
With laser hair removal process, facial hair can be removed in about 45 minutes.
Larger body parts take a longer time.

3. Few side effects - Unlike waxing or hair removing creams, laser hair removal treatment does 
not cause skin irritation or any other side effects.

4. Long Lasting - Laser hair removal treatment is long lasting than waxing,
shaving or hair removal creams which have to be repeated every few weeks.

The wavelength required by laser to achieve efficient treatment is in the
range of 670 to 890 nanometers. The treatment includes wearing protective eyewear.
Usually, more than a single treatment is required since hair is best removed
when it is in the active growth phase.

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              Laser Hair Removal: Am I a Good Candidate? What Do I Need to Know?
                                                                             By Stephen Van Zant

How Laser Hair Removal works
A laser emits an invisible beam that penetrates the skin around the hair.
Because of the dark pigments in the hair, the energy from the laser is absorbed into the hair.
The energy from the laser converts into heat, damaging the function of the hair,
and the ability for the follicle to grow hair.

Why Laser Hair Removal?
Laser hair removal is a fast and effective way to remove hair. It can treat large areas rapidly. 
Over a period of time all the targeted hair becomes deteriorated and the hair ceases to grow.

How often do I have to get the laser hair removal procedure done?
An (indicative) number of sessions

Intervals in between each session

Face: 6 sessions, 2-3 months

Upper lip: 6 sessions, 1,5-2,5 months

Chin: 5 sessions, 2 months

Forearm: 4 sessions, 2-3 months

Back: 4 sessions, 2-4 months

Chest: 4 sessions, 2-3 months

Underarm: 6 sessions, 2-3 months

Bikini: 4 sessions, 2-2,5 months

Thighs: 4 sessions, 2-4 months

Legs: 4 sessions, 2-3 months

Am I a good candidate for laser hair removal?
Laser hair removal, while safe when done correctly can cause the skin to burn.
The energy from the laser is targeted by color. Darker colors attract more of the laserís energy.
This becomes a problem for people whoís skin color is close to the color of their hair.
The laser energy is no longer just absorbed into the hair follicle, but is absorbed into the skin as well,
which can cause burning, scarring and damage.

The larger the difference or contrast between the color and your skin,
the better a candidate you are for laser hair removal.

What areas can I treat with Laser Hair Removal?
Any area on the body is treatable, except for close to the eye area. The most common area are 
the face, upper lip, chest, periareolar, underarms, back, chest, abdomen, bikini area, and legs.

The difference between Laser hair removal and pulsed light treatment
Pulsed light treatment is not actually a form of laser. Using intense high energy light it produces 
the same effect as laser hair removal. These devices are harder to adjust to each patientís skin 
and hair type and therefore require larger expertise to use than laser hair removal.

Adverse reactions to laser hair removal
The worst case scenario with laser hair removal is damage to the surrounding skin. 
This can result in pigment changes in the skin. Skin may become lighter or darker. Change in 
skin color is usually temporary and fades after a few months. The darker oneís skin is the 
more susceptible they are to adverse reactions when undergoing laser hair removal.
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                                Laser Hair Removal Frequently Asked Questions
                                                              By Fern Kuhn Platinum Quality Author

There is such excitement in this cutting edge technology for laser hair removal. 
In order to decide if you want to use laser hair removal, you can check online for research 
and then you would need a doctor consultation.

Why should you use a laser to remove hair?
Lasers can target pigmented hair while leaving the skin around the laser treatment unaffected. 
With each pulse of the laser, you can treat many hairs. Each pulse only takes a fraction of a second.
Compare this with electrolysis and you will see that laser hair removal is much more precise and faster.

Does laser hair removal really work?
The results are quite predictable. 90% of patients usually have permanent hair loss. 
10% percent of patients, no matter what you do, hair loss just does not happen. 
Usually after each session, most of the treated hairs by the laser fallout. 
After about six weeks the hair follicles that have survived gradually start growing back. 
But on the average with each session, approximately one third of the hairsí treated 
never return back and, therefore, are permanently removed.

The remaining hairs tend to be lighter in color and also smaller in size. 
Patients typically, on the average, are satisfied with three to five treatments separated by two 
months apart. Patients that have darker colored skin may need more sessions as their skin 
may  require lower energy levels in order to be a safe treatment.

Will laser hair removal work for me individually?
A consultation is required to determine if you really are a suitable candidate for a laser hair 
removal procedure. Dark, coarse hairs on any part of the body usually respond well. 
As a rule, very fine or  very lightly colored hair whether it's white, gray, or red, do not respond well to treatment.

Patients with dark complexions really need to be treated cautiously because the 
dark skin interferes with the laser light even before reaching the hair. 
With the latest technology available, there is some flexibility to treat a 
wide variety of patients effectively and safely.

What should I do before laser hair removal treatments?
Prior to treatments some protection from the sun is recommended. Usually for at least a month 
in advance. Tan skin increases the pigmentation and this can compete with the laser light. 
This can result in less effective sessions with a higher chance of side effects. 
The hairs in the areas that you want treated must be short but visible. 
It is very important not to pluck or wax the hair for a month prior to the treatments.

How long does each laser hair removal session usually last?
The treatment is relatively quick but also depends on the amount of hair to be treated. The laser can treat
the hairs about the size of a quarter every second. A small area like the upper lip can be treated in
less than a minutes, while large areas like the back or the legs may need up to an hour.

Will laser hair removal hurt?
An anesthetic cream is usually recommended to numb the skin before treatments. 
This you will need to speak with the doctor and he can discuss with you which cream would be effective.
The procedure is usually tolerated well with a mild sensation of heat tingling or stinging.

What should I expect after the laser hair removal treatment?
The laser hair treatment area looks and feels much like a sunburn that usually last one to 
two days. You can use a cool compress and moisturizers. The area treated pretty much is 
usually pain-free the day after. Makeup can usually be used after the treatment unless there are blisters.
Blisters, though not common, are more likely to happen in patients with darker skin. 
The lasered hair falls out over a month period and should not frighten you. Also, you should use 
sun protection for a month afterwards so it wonít change the pigment in your skin. 
Changes that sometimes may occur, which are permanent undesirable side effects, 
are scarring or skin color changes, though rare.

Again you really need to speak with a doctor before you even consider having laser hair removal. 
This is only general information and not to be taken as the only answers to these questions.

Fern Kuhn, RN
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