Traditional electrolysis systems are based on the technology in which an electric current is passed to the root of the hair in order to destroy it. When the root of the hair is destroyed the hair will not grow again and the skin will stay hair free and smooth. For this reason the only true permanent hair removal method approved by the FDA is the electrolysis hair removal. All other methods like lasers and IPL are permanent ‘reduction’ and not permanent hair removal solutions.
In the traditional electrolysis, the hair technician inserts a thin electric needle to each and every hair follicle, and sends a short electric current to the root, which destroys the hair root.
The main downside is that traditional electrolysis sessions take a lot of time to complete. Doing upper lip or underarms hair removal session, may not be that long, but when it comes to larger skin surface areas like the back or legs, electrolysis is not a suitable solution. It can take endless hours to complete a leg or back, and each session costs much.
The main three advantages for electrolysis is that:
The main down side of regular electrolysis is that it can take forever to complete larger skin areas and it is very difficult to be done alone, you usually need an electrolysis technician for such treatment.
The Verseo eGlide Roller uses a different kind of technology which is called galvanic electrolysis. In this technology the current is not used to reach the hair roots, it is used to cause a chemical reaction.
With the galvanic method a gel is placed on the treated area and is rubbed to the skin. The gel needs to reach and fill all the hair follicles. Then the Verso eGlide roller emits safe electrical energy that reacts with the special gel. This direct current to converts normal body salt and water in the follicle into a chemical compound capable of destroying the dermal papilla.
The dermal papilla is the foundation of hair growth at the base of the follicle, when this dermal papilla is destroyed the hair will not grow again.
Through this method the chemical reaction only occurs in the follicle and does not affect other skin areas. This method is safe for all skin colors and for facial usage too.
One other advantage of the galvanic electrolysis is that it is a faster treatment option, so like its name ‘roller’ the eGlide can cover larger skin areas at less time than regular hair by hair hunt with a needle.…
The subject of canonicalization is literal too big a topic to cover in just one article and as such I will avoid the topic of parameters, sessions ID's and other whole scale duplicate content issues that each would require an article on their own and instead I will focus on some less obvious canonicalization issues that sometimes are tougher to spot.
Canonicalisation is basically the process of determining an authoritative page where two pages exist on two different URLs. With some form of canonicalization, these pages could both be indexed by a major search engine and end up competitiveness against each other for a given query that is targeted to each particular page. One example of a canonicalization issues is the trailing slash. Webmasters may opt to place a trailing slash at the end of their URLs, or this may be pre-determined by their particular CMS. However, this URL:
Another duplicate content issue is that of the non-WWW version of a page competing against the WWW version of a page. Both versions of this URL can be indexed and thus all of the pages on your site could potentially be competitive against one another. Once a search engine crawler accesses your website through a non-WWW version of your URL it may continue to crawl your webpage following this pattern ie it may crawl every page on your site via the non-WWW versions of your URLs. Two further examples of canonicalisation problems include the index version of your webpage eg index.html or index.php, and the https: or secure pages on your website.
All of these issues require tailor solutions. In some instances you can merely set up a 301 redirect to redirect any authority contained in one page onto another. In some instances you can disallow certain pages (eg https) via robots.txt. In other instances, you may need to pursue a different strategy altogether eg the canonical tag or no index tag, or parameter handling via Google Webmaster Tools. …
File recovery (or 'unerase' software) is the one software tool that you purchase, expecting that you're never going to need it, but when the time comes, you want to know that it's going to work!
Most of the time, when you delete a file accidentally, you can open the recycle bin and 'restore' it without any trouble, but this is not always the case.
* Sometimes deletions by-pass the recycle bin, such as when the files you delete are on a memory stick.
* Sometimes files are too large to be held in the recycle bin and a permanent deletion is the only option.
* Sometimes the file you've lost was deleted some time ago and the recycle bin as already 'emptied' itself.
When this sort of thing happens you have two choices:
1. Cry like a baby
2. Get hold of some good File Recovery Software
File Recovery Software is something like fire insurance. It's something you hope you're never going to have to use. Unlike insurance on your house though it's something that ALL OF US do need, sooner or later!
This was not the first time I had needed to recover permanently deleted files but it certainly was the most critical. I'd just returned from Canberra, having interviewed the former President of Iran about building bridges between Christians and Muslims, and I was very pleased that he was allowed me to record our time together on video. I was less pleased when my wife (nine months pregnant and not fully compus mentus) accidently erased my interview from the video camera before I had downloaded it!
Now, as I mentioned, this was not the first time I had needed to recover files that had been accidently erased, but my experience with software designed to 'unerase' files is that it can be a bit of a hit and miss affair .
When a file is deleted, it is not normally wiped from the disk but rather renamed so that the operating system registers it as something that can be written over. If there's no activity at all on the disk after the file has been deleted there's every chance that the file is still fully intact – byte for byte – BUT if there is another disk activity, there's every chance that the file you're looking to recover (or a part of it) will be over-written!
In the case of my file, which was on a memory stick, I was specifically concerned as:
* It was a large file (about a gigabyte) that took up around half the storage area, which meant that further disk activity would almost certainly have written over some of it.
* If some of the file was written over, it might not just make the video shorter, but corrupt the file completely, making it unreadable.
* I was not at all sure except my file recovery software worked on the memory sticks used in digital cameras. I had only used it on my harddisk. …