• A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

  • A True-Blue Professional

    "Without hesitation, I would refer anyone interested in laser hair removal to chose Dana Begley of Corlase Electrolysis & Laser. It seems everyone is offering laser hair removal from dermatology offices to plastic surgeons. I have been a guinea pig and tried several laser hair removal clinics in this area and am SO grateful I found Dana Begley. I can tell you what I learned (by trial and error) to look for in order of priority:
    1. I know now to ask myself... how likely is it that this person is going to burn my skin? How experienced are they? How good is their laser machine? Are they certified? How stringent is his/her certification? and if you are wondering, of course, you can get burned, that's you sign a waiver at any place you go.
    2. How much will it hurt?
    3. How expensive is it and will your money spend get results?
    4. Getting treatment is rather (understatement) embarrassing...I ask myself, does this person have any clue or compassion for how vulnerable clients are emotionally both by the embarrassment of having the treatments but also by what they've gone through that made them seek laser hair removal in the first place. In other words, does the person understand that a woman in our western society with more hair than eyebrows, eyelashes, and maybe some hair on her head is basically scorned as unfeminine and walks into the office with a lot of baggage?
    The moment I spoke to Dana on the phone and then in person, I knew she was a true-blue professional. Her machine is excellent and gets amazing results with MUCH less pain than other machines. If you can't decide, I would encourage everyone to take the time and go to at least 3 or 4 different clinics and decide for yourself. If I have done this, I would have saved so much money, time, and pain 9oh, did I mention pain?" -Julie, Cary, NC

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  • April 4, 2012

    Dana just finishing 20 hours of cont. education to better serve YOU.

    Dana just spent the past two weekends furthering her education in electrolysis and laser hair removal.  Course content included PCOS and hormones, laser safety, client considerations, eye health and much much more.  “I am very excited to share some of the wonderul things I learned.  After 18 years, there is still so much to learn […]

  • April 6, 2011

    Dana Speaks at State Convention 2011

    In March 2011, Dana spoke to the Electrologists of North Carolina at the Greater Piedmont Electrolysis Association.  She has been a speaker before for the state organization.  After this presentation, Dana was asked to be the keynote speaker for 2012.  She accepted and is already working on her talk. Dana continues to be passionate about […]