The Principles and Practice of Electrical Epilation covers all aspects of electro-epilation. The book is comprised of 22 chapters; each chapter tackles a specific area of electro-epilation. The text covers tools and methods used in electro-epilation, such as needles, electricity, galvanic electrolysis, and blend. The book discusses various applications of electro-epilation in other medical procedures such as gender reassignment. The book will be of great use to plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and other professionals involved in a procedure that requires electrical epilation.
Introduction Acknowledgments Chapter 1 Skin Chapter 2 Dermatology Chapter 3 Hair Chapter 4 Cardiovascular System Chapter 5 The Endocrine System Chapter 6 Hirsutism and Hypertrichosis Chapter 7 Natural Hormone Changes which Occur during a Woman's Life Chapter 8 Gender Reassignment Chapter 9 Needles Chapter 10 Electricity Chapter 11 Galvanic Electrolysis Chapter 12 High-frequency Treatment Chapter 13 Blend Chapter 14 Practical Application of Electrical Epilation Chapter 15 Consultation Chapter 16 Contra-indications Chapter 17 Advanced Electrical Epilation Chapter 18 Hygiene and Sterilization Chapter 19 First Aid Chapter 20 Starting and Running a Business Chapter 21 Professional Ethics Chapter 22 Case Histories Glossary of Terms Bibliography Professional Associations Examination Boards in the UK Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1992
- 24th June 1992
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Electrologist and Beauty Therapist, The Sheila Godfrey Clinic, UK.