Permanent Hair Removal Is About You

May 23rd, 2012
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As a woman who is very much for gender equality, I often find myself in a quandary with regard to personal beauty. On the one hand, I like looking good (as defined by me). On the other, I really dislike feeling like I have to look good (as defined by other people). Which is why I prefer the electrolysis hair removal message over that of other hair removal methods.

Insecure WomanWhen I see information and ads about laser hair removal, waxing, home hair removal devices, etc., I often feel like I'm being threatened. They basically tell me that everywhere I go I am in some sort of perfection competition with every other woman there and, if I lose, I'll be made to sit in a corner by myself without any cookies and nobody will ever love me. Because I have some hairs where somebody thinks I shouldn't.

Personally, I don't respond well to threats and my reaction is to tell these people exactly where they can look for my excess hair.

Electrologists take a different approach. They tend to be about what I want for myself, without regard to what other people want from me. They don't tell me how I should be. They ask me what is important to me. They ask which areas have hair that I don't want. I get to focus on the fact that I like having smooth hair-free skin, instead of on the potential life-destroying consequences of not being the least hairy girl on the beach. Electrologists focus on bringing out your natural beauty as defined by you, not on making you ashamed to be seen in public (or private).

The really cool thing about electrologists is that so many of them have been there. They know exactly what it's like to have unwanted hair. They know that the issues aren't about magazine models or reality show celebrities. It's not about instant gratification or getting your armpits temporarily smooth for tonight's party. It's about looking in the mirror and loving what you see - permanently. Electrologists, as a community, bring a tremendous commitment to that concept to the table and I love them for it.

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