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Suzanne M Anderer
Suzanne Anderer: Illinois School of Electrology, USA
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Clin Exp Dermatol Res
The S.I.M.P.L.E. (Sequential, Inverted, Micro-Pulsed, Led, Energy) employs AC (alternating Current), at the standard AC current cycle level produced in the United States for delivery to Consumers. The definition of the acronym is the following: S is a sequential series of heating Patterns; I refers to an inverted application, each pulse point traveling downwards to the base of the follicle; M is for micro, or the small heating patterns used in the method; P is for pulse which references the quick bursts of energy; L is for led, or the action of micro-pulses traveling downwards, contacting untreated tissue; and E is for energy, a term used to define electricity which has a heat-producing effect. These currents are not a galvanic or â�?�?blendâ�? current; therefore it is not electrolysis. In my lecture, I would like to expound on this particular needle-type application; it is a method with heat-producing properties and the distinct benefit of micro-pulse, radio frequency (RF) contact throughout the ENTIRE dermis of each visible, hair-producing follicle. Variables such as texture of hair, stage of hair growth, endocrine and drug-induced hair growth, and skin color and type are accounted for in this method. This method is minimally invasive with shorter recovery periods and less damage to surrounding tissue. When correctly applied, permanent hair removal has been consistently observed in one application per visible hair (references and client data will be produced to support this).
Suzanne Anderer is a nationally recognized expert in permanent hair removal. In 1982, she founded Suzanne Anderer: Illinois School of Electrology (SA: ISE), an Illinois Board of Higher Education approved institution. Four years later, Professional, National Board Certification from the American Electrology Association (AEA) was granted and Suzanne became a Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE).