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LIMITED TIME PRICE DROP! Remove unwanted hair forever with the clean + easy Deluxe Home Electrolysis! At-home electrolysis that's fast, safe and simple.
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  • Home Electrolysis For Dummies
    Ok, when I first got the machine, I was so excited to use it. I took it straight out from the box, got the salt water, read over the other tips on this site, and I thought i was ready to go. Well, nobody told me you had to actually connect the battery yourself! So take out the back of the battery, (with a penny or screw driver) and take out the ENTIRE battery. Take the plastic casing off, or else youll feel nothing. Once youve done that, snap the 2 endings of the small, black, plastic black end to the actual battery. THEN youre ready to go. Adjusting: It took me a while to find the right lighting, and position. Once your comfortable, on a bed, or in a chair, make sure you have easy access to the salt water (I actually put 2 teaspoons in a cup of water and it works great), a few cotton balls with rubbing alcohol (to clean skin, fingers and stylet tip), and a tissue or two to wipe off the burnt folicle. Once I felt comfortable inserting the small tip into the folicle, i turned the machine to dial 2. the machine will beep once its made contact with skin. This DOESNT mean youve hit the folicle. But it does take practice. Make sure your hand that your holding the pen with is not soaking wet, but damp with salt water. This is all you need to touch in order to activate the current. If the machine isnt beeping, or you do not feel a slight burning, I would check my battery connection, and the wires. Time and Applying: It does take patience, and good vision, so get out those reading glasses! Make sure the lighting is really good as well. Once youve counted to 15 or 20, take the tip out. I had a white bubble type bump on mine. the hairs pulled out without resisting, SOMETIMES. If it does resist, this doesnt meant the hair isnt treated. Just wait, and if it does grow back, I would just re-do the electrolysis. When I pluck the hair out with GOOD tweezers, I had some white goopy stuff that came out with it, this is the burnt folicle and root. Afterwards: I left mine alone for about a day or 2. the hairs shouldnt grow back, and the rest of the area should be ready to treat!
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  • Get The Clear Plastic Film Out First
    Before you use, get the clear plastic film out of battery case first, becasue the battery was encased in plastic. It did not work no matter how much you followed directions. If you get a large magnified mirror (5X or larger), its even better! If you can also get a buddy to work with you on areas you cant reach, its also great!
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  • How To Best Straighten A Bent Probe
    I have been well pleased, but the probes (the little fine wire needle tip) bends easily, this seems to be a common complaint. The instruction suggest straightening with tweezers, but my hands are not steady enough for that to work. The best way I have found to straighten a probe is to get a metal or plastic ruler or card the thickness of a credit card. Remove the probe from the stylet handle and lay it on a flat surface with just the wire part of the probe on the ruler or card pointing away from you. With medium pressure, comb the the wire with your fingernail at a slight angle in a stroke down its length away from you. Roll the probe so the bent part is highest and repeat until it is straight again. This will fix all minor bends and save downtime. Any tip that has repeatedly bent at the same spot could break off so it should be discarded and replaced. When I first started using mine, I ruined a couple tips pretty quick just learning. Getting bends out of a tip while they are minor will keep you from ruining an otherwise good tip. If you have trouble getting a probe out of the tip holder, dont force it soak it in alcohol for a few minutes. To prevent bent tips, retract the probe when you put it down. Another big help when working on body parts or a partner (use separate tips) is to use one of those magnifying desk lights you may have seen at office supply stores, though there are cheaper places to buy them on the web. We all have hair somewhere that annoys us. Mine is still a work in progress, but Im glad to be free of the worst having concentrated on the most annoying first.
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