(a) “Electrology” means the art and practice relating to the removing of hair from
the normal skin of the body by the application of an electric current to the hair
papilla by means of a needle or needles, or by the application of an electronic tweezer
having the electrical current flow through the hair and the follicle as in conventional
(b) “Electrolysis” means the process by which hair is removed from the normal skin
by the application of an electric current to the hair root by means of a needle, needles
or electronic tweezer, whether the process employs direct electric current to the
hair root or by means of shortwave alternating electric current.
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