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  • n. Plural form of electrologist.


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  • Food and Drug Administration, regulations for practitioners electrologists, cosmetologists, doctors, nurses and tattoo artists vary by state.

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  • The ESF was established in 1950, to provide electrologists with quality educational opportunities and to be actively involved in how state government affects the industry.

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  • Electrolysis Society of Florida (ESF) is gearing up for their semi-annual educational seminar, designed specifically for physicians and electrologists to further their knowledge in the field of laser hair removal and conventional electrolysis.

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  • The semi-annual seminars are a way for electrologists to stay current, by discussing studies, trends and legislature taking place within the industry, through a variety of specialized workshops, round table discussions, board meetings and guest speakers.

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  • Nearly 3,000 hair stylists, barbers, manicurists, aestheticians and electrologists are hitting the Frontier Airlines Center today to receive six hours of continuing education that they will be required to have when they renew their licenses in 2011.


  • The more modern types of laser equipment can be tuned much more accurately than was possible in the past, enabling electrologists in Texas to offer permanent laser hair removal to nearly anyone that wants it. is now possible for a high percentage of skin types.

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  • For the purposes of sections eighty-seven FFF to eighty-seven 000, inclusive, the following words shall, unless the context requires otherwise, have the following meanings: — "Board", the board of registration of electrologists established under section fifty-eight of chapter thirteen.

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