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American Electrology Association
The American Electrology Association (AEA), established in 1958, is the largest international nonprofit membership organization for permanent hair removal professionals.
Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal (SCMHR)
The Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal, Inc. (SCMHR) is an international non-profit organization with members in the United States, Canada, and abroad. SCMHR supports all methods of hair removal and is dedicated to the research of new technology, allowing our members to offer cutting-edge, safe, and effective hair removal procedures to their clients.
Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce
The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce sets the standard for excellence in membership services, community alliances and business growth and development within the Hendersonville area. We connect business with customers, suppliers and important community issues, advocate for our broad and diverse members to create a climate of growth, promote business through a variety of marketing activities to the community and member to member, and support members through education, recognition and business assistance.
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People want to look their best, so they can feel their best. To do this, many of us turn to video tutorials and recommendations for beauty products from the web. But if you are anything like me, who still doesn’t know the difference between concealer and foundation (seriously, what is it?), you need some help. A quick search on YouTube or Google will yield thousands of beauty tips and recommendations for various beauty products. You can find anything from “8 Mascara Hacks You Need To Know!” to “Top 5 Best Anti-Aging Serums.” Beauty Products Can Have Side Effects What some […]
It is common knowledge that menopause makes women smarter and even more devastatingly beautiful. (If this is not already common knowledge in your house, take steps immediately to make sure everyone is on the same page.) In exchange for all of that wisdom and beauty, Mother Nature often "blesses" us during menopause with unwanted hair growth where we wish it wasn’t. It can be fine and downy, like peach fuzz on our cheeks. Or it can take the form of wiry hairs sticking out of our chins and upper lips. We can thank our hormones for this. During our childbearing […]
Is Your Hairline Giving the Wrong Impression? In the early 1900s, a doctor named Gerolamo Cardano penned several books in which he made an association between forehead lines and the planets. According to Cardano, the horizontal and vertical shapes on the forehead corresponded to different planets and provided valuable insight into personality and behavior. Interestingly, not only do followers of Metoposcopy read the lines, they also attempt to determine one’s personality and qualities by looking at the size of the forehead, and the shape of the hairline. So what if, for example, you have a straight hairline with a narrow […]
While the term body positivity might be new, the sentiment isn't. Everyone wants to feel good about themselves. When faced with something you feel like you can't change, you have a choice to make - accept the trait or spiral into depression. At least, that’s the frame of the body positivity argument. Given those options, it’s easy to see why many men and women alike are leading others to accept their weight, stretch marks, gray hair, wrinkles, and body hair. Body positivity is not magic Their attitudes are jaunty and fearless; it's easy to see why anyone would want to […]
PCOS affects 1 out of every 10 people with ovaries, many of whom go undiagnosed. For diagnosis and treatment of PCOS, you will need to see an endocrinologist (hormone specialist). For the unwanted hair, the solution is electrolysis.
Dark skin is a challenge for some hair removal methods, but not for electrolysis. If you've heard that your skin tone means that you are not a candidate for hair removal treatments, then you need to speak to an electrologist.
Hormones fluctuate due to age, pregnancy, medical conditions, and even some medications. These fluctuations can cause unwanted hair growth. Electrolysis can help.
As teens are coming into their own, facial hair and body hair suddenly sprouting in unwanted places is a big problem. Electrolysis provides a safe and permanent solution.
The breast area is especially prone to ingrown hairs. Repeated tweezing , shaving, and the tendency to wear tight-fitting bras and other clothing over this area, can contribute to hairs being trapped beneath the skin. Electrolysis can safely and gently eliminate hairs in these sensitive areas.
Curly and coarse hairs are more prone to become ingrown or cause raised bumps on your skin. These types of hair are often associated with darker skin tones, resulting in fewer options for safe and effective hair removal. Fortunately, electrolysis - the only permanent hair-removal method - works on all skin tones and all types of hair.
Some men just naturally have too much body hair for their own sense of style or their partner's aesthetic taste. If you're not someone who cheerfully puts up with a time-consuming hair maintenance routine, you've found the permanent hair removal solution for men: electrolysis.