Any health risks with electrolysis? 
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 Any health risks with electrolysis?

Are there any health risks with electrolysis for removing unwanted hair?  Or
rather, how do they compare against daily shaving?  From what I understand,
it permanently cripples the hair roots and nothing else.  True?

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Sat, 09 Jul 2005 14:48:34 GMT
 Any health risks with electrolysis?


Quote:
> Are there any health risks with electrolysis for removing unwanted hair?
Or
> rather, how do they compare against daily shaving?  From what I
understand,
> it permanently cripples the hair roots and nothing else.  True?

There are no real health risks as long as the device used is technically
sound.  It does work, but not permanently after the first treatment.


Sat, 09 Jul 2005 16:26:42 GMT
 Any health risks with electrolysis?

Quote:


> > Are there any health risks with electrolysis for removing
> > unwanted hair?  Or rather, how do they compare against
> > daily shaving?  From what I understand, it permanently
> > cripples the hair roots and nothing else.  True?

> There are no real health risks as long as the device used is
> technically sound.  It does work, but not permanently after
> the first treatment.

From what I read, it usually is permanent after the first treatment, but
some hairs do grow back because they were not properly treated.  Are you
saying they will all grow back after the first treatment or is what I just
wrote correct?  And how many treatments does it take to make it permanent?

Thanks for replying!

Scott Jensen
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Sun, 10 Jul 2005 01:26:57 GMT
 Any health risks with electrolysis?
Some hairs grow back and require a few treatments to kill, others die the
first time. For the ones that come back, usually they come in thinner and
lighter. I would guess that the only real potential danger to this procedure
is if the needle is not new or set aside as yours and your only once it is
opened.

Marianne



Quote:


> > > Are there any health risks with electrolysis for removing
> > > unwanted hair?  Or rather, how do they compare against
> > > daily shaving?  From what I understand, it permanently
> > > cripples the hair roots and nothing else.  True?

> > There are no real health risks as long as the device used is
> > technically sound.  It does work, but not permanently after
> > the first treatment.

> From what I read, it usually is permanent after the first treatment, but
> some hairs do grow back because they were not properly treated.  Are you
> saying they will all grow back after the first treatment or is what I just
> wrote correct?  And how many treatments does it take to make it permanent?

> Thanks for replying!

> Scott Jensen
> --
> Like a cure for A.I.D.S, Alzheimer, Parkinson, & Mad Cow Disease?
> Volunteer your computer for folding-protein research for when it's idle.
> Go to http://www.distributedfolding.org/ to sign up your computer.



Mon, 11 Jul 2005 09:49:09 GMT
 
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