RI ASSOCIATION OF ELECTROLOGISTS
Electrolysis Eliminates Unwanted Hair - PERMANENTLY - with unsurpassed results!  

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Permanent Hair Removal by Electrolysis

“Working Wonders for You”

There was a time when electrolysis was a little-known hair removal treatment.  Today, people of all ages and in all walks of life are enjoying permanently smooth, hair-free-skin – a benefit that only electrolysis can offer.  And the results are more than skin-deep.  This refreshing new look works wonders for their confidence and self-esteem.    

Electrolysis is not just for women. More and more men are opting for electrolysis on the back, face and other body areas to achieve a well-groomed, tailored appearance.  Teens are taking advantage of electrolysis, too, for hair removal needs as they enter young adulthood.

In fact, medical experts agree that electrolysis is the only safe, effective method for removing hair permanently. 

The marketplace is flooded with temporary hair removal methods, such as depilatories, waxing and threading.  Many of these methods can actually increase hair growth.

For permanent hair removal, electrolysis is the only solution.  It works almost anywhere on the body – face, legs, underarms, breasts, abdomen, back and bikini line.  And it’s effective on light or dark hair, as well as all skin tones. 

 

To find an electrologist in your area click on the “Find an Electrologist” page. 

The RI Association of Electrologists (RIAE) was founded in 1956 and is an affiliate of the American Electrology Association (AEA). The AEA and RIAE are non-profit educational organizations established for increasing knowledge in the field of Electrology.  

Members of the RIAE are committed to promote the highest standards for the practice of Electrology. The goal of the association is to promote quality education, and to provide opportunity for the exchange of experiences and opinions through discussion, study and publications. 

 All members of the RI Association of Electrologists must successfully pass a 3 hour Electrology exam given by the Department of Health. Upon successful completion of the exam, a license to practice is issued to the electrologist. 

RI EXECUTIVE BOARD

Kathleen Faria-Hughes, LE   Treasurer

Sofie Garabedian, CPE   President

Sandra Bauman, LE        Secretary

Patricia Krueger, CPE    Vice President