As you know, I am always looking for some great places to recommend to help us all look and feel our best. I was introduced to electrolysis years ago by my mom to get rid of some stray unwanted hairs. Since then, I’ve been going for different parts of my body and have definitely had my share of electrologists over the years, and I can tell you there is definitely a difference between the good ones and the ones you pay to basically pull your hair out with a tweezer. People go for electrolysis for pretty much any body part…from your eyebrows to your toes and everything in between! Many women like going for their bikini line so they never have to worry about shaving or waxing again.
Having moved back to New Jersey recently, I was looking for someone good and found Lori Jay from The Center For Skin Enhancement on a website that lists board certified electrologists in New Jersey. She works with a dermatologist, Dr. Kurnick, so that made me feel even more comfortable. In the past, I have gone to people who have left some pretty bad scabbing after the treatment, saying it was normal, but I knew after having gone to a few others that this was not normal and could have been from an older machine or the current that was being used. For those of you who may be new to electrolysis, there are three common types of treatment…galvanic, thermolysis, or short wave, and the electro-blend method. Without going into too much detail, the galvanic is the oldest method and is done very slowly, thermolysis is what most electrologists are using these days, which is the fastest method, but hasn’t always been the most effective for me and can have a high regrowth rate. I have found the blend method to work well because time is taken with each hair and it really gets into the root, but is not as slow as galvanic. Depending on who you call and what method they use, you will probably be told different things about each, but all I can tell you is that I have found the blend to work best for me.
In addition to finding the method that works best for you, you have to find a good electrologist who really knows what they are doing and doesn’t cause you to scab on a consistent basis (every so often and at the beginning can be normal) and knows how to target the root, otherwise it will grow back as if you had just pulled it out. The point of electrolysis is to kill the root so it comes back thinner and then never again. Not only is Lori a knowledgeable and skilled electrolysis, but she is very engaging and will explain everything in detail to you in your initial consultation which includes a free 30 minute treatment, so it’s a no brainer to try it out. You can reach Lori at (609) 314-0344 at The Center for Skin Enhancement in Willingboro, New Jersey.