Permanent Hair Removal
Deborah Julian CCE, CME
Lic# E 0000283
Conveniently located in Maitland near I-4 and Maitland Blvd.
Strict Sterilization Procedure including a new disposable probe with every treatment
Competitive Fees; never an additional charge for probes.
Private Offices with exclusive, personalized service
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Don't let excess hair detract from your looks and self confidence - have treatments that will remove unwanted hair forever.
Stop using that razor, those tweezers, and those depilatories. Electrolysis is the only method to remove unwanted hair permanently. Hair can be removed from the lip, chin, cheeks, arms, underarms, legs, thighs, breasts, abdomen, back, etc.
Electrolysis can give you clear skin in all areas. After your series of treatments you'll feel more attractive because you'll be more attractive.
Electrolysis will enable you to wear all the skimpiest fashions, without being embarrassed by hair. You'll display your bare arms, legs, midriff and back.
The most beautiful women, fashion models, society leaders and screen personalities owe their smooth, hair-free skin to electrolysis treatments. They weren't ashamed to admit they needed treatment. Why should you let unsightly hair mar your looks, and your personality?
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Q. How does Electrolysis remove hair?
A. A complete description is lengthy but basically the Electrologist directs a tiny, split second electrical impulse into the hair root to destroy it. Several treatments may be required depending on the coarseness, and strength of the hair.
Q. Is Electrolysis new?
A. Definitely not. In 1875 Dr. Charles Michel first reported removing unwanted hair permanently with a wire attached to a dry cell battery. Since that early date, countless men and women have had successful treatments.
Q. Are ordinary needles used?
A. Probe (needle) type Electrolysis is the only safe method of permanent hair removal. It is recognized by the Food and Drug Administration and Approved by the American Medical Association. Ask your own doctor about it.
Q. Is Electrolysis treatment painful?
A. Most people say that they feel just a slight tingling sensation. A very fine probe is inserted into a natural opening in the skin along side the hair. The skin is not punctured or damaged in any way. Most people find tweezing and waxing to cause more discomfort than Electrolysis treatments.
Q. Can Electrolysis be done on any part of the body?
A. Yes, except inside the nose and ears. Since the cost is so reasonable, you can even have large areas like on your arms and legs treated.
Q. What causes superfluous hair growth?
A. Many factors may be responsible. Among them: Hormonal imbalances, heredity, excessive use of temporary methods, medication, illness, operations, pregnancy and menopause.
Q. What if hair seems to return while I'm being treated?
A. Your own previous attempts to remove hair may be the reason for this, as hair usually takes one to twelve weeks to re-grow. The growth will be hair that had not yet appeared when you started treatments.
Q. Why not use depilatories to remove unwanted hair?
A. This is only a temporary method. Hair grows back within a few days. They take time and are a continuous expense.
Q. What can be done to heavy hair growth in between treatments?
A. If you are unable to see your Electrologist, or are not yet scheduled for an appointment, it is safe to cut the hair with scissors. Leave the hair long enough for your Electrologist to treat. Never tweeze or wax between treatments.
Q. How many treatments are required?
A. This will vary from person to person. Factors such as the extent of the growth, area to be treated, age of the person and any previous temporary methods that may have been used are important. Your Electrologist will provide you with a treatment schedule with the first visit. In the beginning most people will need weekly treatments which will soon become monthly as progress is made. Treatments on a regular basis are necessary for permanent results.
Q. How about healing?
A. Healing after treatment is rapid with no signs remaining on your skin. You may have a temporary redness, but it will quickly disappear. Your Electrologist will recommend an after treatment lotion to use.
Q. Is Electrolysis expensive?
A. When compared to those of other professional beauty services the cost is moderate. Temporary methods which must be continued forever often cost more than Electrolysis treatments.
Q. What age is safe for treatment?
A. Any age person can be treated, starting as early as the teenage years. No one is too old for Electrolysis treatments.
With all the advantages of Electrolysis, why not start Today?
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Angels Touch Electrolysis
Deborah Julian C.M.E.
Look for the white 2-story building at
the corner of
From the Winter Park Village-
Take 17-92 North turn Left on Maitland Ave. cross over the
railroad tracks, look for the white 2 story building the marquee out front will
have a large black K turn Left
on Jackson St.
Take 17-92 South, then turn Right on
Horatio, Left at the light on to
From Lake Mary/North Orlando-Take
I-4 west to Maitland Blvd. Exit #90 at the top of the exit ramp. Turn Left (east) onto
From South Orlando- Take I-4 east to Maitland Blvd. Exit #90A at the top of the exit ramp you will merge (east) onto Maitland Blvd. Go down approx. 1 mile, turn Right onto Maitland Ave., go down approx. 1 mile, then Right on Jackson St. look for the white 2 story building, the marquee out front will have a large black K 235 S. Maitland Ave. Suite 211
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