I. Love. My. Job.

22 Feb

I do love my job.  A lot of people never get to say that.  I’ve been fortunate enough to have stumbled into this unique profession called electrolysis.  I was just a child (of 25) when I took the job that brought me to the electrology profession.  Being a hairy girl myself, it never crossed my mind there could be a profession dedicated to permanently removing this prickly, shiny,  awful stuff!  I didn’t realize how many other people had unwanted hair.  There is no amount of hair and no location of hair that I haven’t seen in my journey as an electrologist. I’ve had a wonderful life and met some amazing people on this hair removal journey.

With smiles, Barbara

2 Responses to “I. Love. My. Job.”

  1. Nanette September 22, 2013 at 10:08 am #

    Hello Barbara,
    I appreciate your helpful information. I recently moved to Japan, and as I understand it from what I have read about your work in electrolysis, you have also visited Japan. Do you have any suggestions for electrolysis clinics in Tokyo? Your advice is much appreciate.
    Thank you.

    • barbaragreathousecpe September 23, 2013 at 1:50 am #

      Hello Nanette,

      As with any new electrologist, it is important to have a consultation. From what I understand, laser is really big in Japan, and you might find that many electrologists also provide laser and will try to steer you in that direction. If skin and hair conditions are just right (dark hair and fair skin) then laser can be appropriate. If your hair is not dark (if it’s red, blond, brown, or gray/white) then electrolysis is what you will most certainly want. The thing is, it might be difficult to find someone in Japan who has experience with this European type of hair problem. Thus, back to the consultation. You might have to consult with several before you find the one for you. Please visit the JSA to find an electrologist near you!!!

      Wishing you the best!

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