Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a large part of my Electrologist business. Many women all ages suffer this problem and electrology is a great solution to keep the hair away. Many women don’t realize they even have the problem and tweeze until they turn into a serious issue they can’t hide any longer. Tweezing and waxing is the worst thing you can do if you have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome because it just worsens the problem big time! Shaving has zero effect on hair so until you call Karen for a cure just shave it. Then Karen will advise you to let the hair go for three days so she can treat you clearing all your unwanted hair. Karen slides into each follicle a sterile thin probe. You don’t feel the insertion and then a current is released to kill the hair. Then the hair is removed without any feeling. Karen has been a Clinical and Medical Electrologist since 1993. Highly trained out of California. She is very fast and proficient.

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The one thing you need to know is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. It is having cysts on your ovaries that cause unwanted facial hair Karen can permanently kill your unwanted hair.

But, remember with these cysts that doesn’t mean you won’t throw new hair as time passes due to the imbalance in hormones and the effects of the cysts on your ovaries. That why a great electrologist is very important. Karen can keep you permanently hair-free by visiting her as needed. Some women will cure and in a few years need a hand full of short visits to kill any new growth. Karen tells women with this condition to think of it like cleaning your teeth. Maintenance keeps you hair-free.  Karen always advises never to pluck or wax this hair or the problem will become a lot worst with time.

Karen is a very experienced medical electrologist that cures unwanted hair of polycystic ovarian syndrome.

ever pluck or pull any hair other than eyebrows. Eyebrows are a different kind of hair and unaffected by tweezing in most cases.

The Best Cure for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a Electrologist