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So I've been needing to get some electrolysis to finish clearing my face. I had laser done before the pandemic and it worked well except on the gray hair. My question is how can you still get electrolysis on your face with all the mask mandates and distancing protocols? Obviously I need to call around, but those of you who are still getting it done, what safety measures do they have in place to keep them and me safe?

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About the only thing your technician can do is wear mask. You obviously cannot wear yours ?

Proximity negates any distancing requirement. So in the end, it is up to you on whether the risk is worth the reward.

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