Much of this information was gathered from Dr. Sara Rosenthal's recent book Women and Unwanted Hair, as well as Sheila Godfrey's Principles and Practice of Electrical Epilation. While this information is no substitute for consulting a physician, we're committed to helping everyone learn about unwanted hair. This page discusses different kinds of unwanted hair and targets females.
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Regulation of electrology is on a state-by-state basis. Currently, there even states that do not require licensure, do your research well. States regulating the practice of electrology require a practitioner hold a valid license. In Montana Electrologists are State licensed, they would hold an "LE" designation meaning they have passed the state approved license examination. Most electrologists offer a free consultation as we do. Egzact recommends that you go to at least two consultations and choose the electrologist you are most comfortable with.