Licensed Experts

New Hampshire requires one of the country’s most extensive amounts of education for practicing electrologists – 1,100 hours worth of schooling, split between 500 hours of coursework and 600 hours of practical experience. A two-day exam is given once a year, consisting of a written examination and a demonstration of practical knowledge and proper techniques.

The electrolysis course of study includes detailed coverage in these areas:

  • Skin and hair
  • Performing electrolysis techniques
  • Electricity
  • Disinfection/Sterilization methods
  • Biology
  • Endocrinology
  • Vascular system
  • Nervous system
  • Chemistry
  • Professional ethics
Susan Iamelli, L.E.
Susan Iamelli, L.E.
New Hampshire Licensed Electrologist

Julia K. Manlogon, L.E., C.P.E
Julia K. Manlogon, L.E., C.P.E
New Hampshire Licensed and Board Certified Electrologist
Mary McLaughlin, L.E.
Mary McLaughlin, L.E.
New Hampshire Licensed Electrologist