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Tracie (Lambright) Disher, L.E., C.P.E.

Licensed Electrologist - LE stands for Licensed Electrologist in the state of Indiana. I have been a Licensed Electrologist in the state of Indiana since 1985. All Indiana electrologists are required to be licensed. I’m licensed as Tracie Lambright-Disher.

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Certified Professional Electrologist - CPE stands for Certified Professional Electrologist. I am certified as Tracie Disher, American Electrology Association, Inc. CPE and CCE are both national credentials and are qualifications to look for in an electrologist. Being nationally certified proves that the electrologist has voluntarily tested their skills at the national level. These electrologists must keep up-to-date with current technology and safety standards through ongoing continuing education. I am the only nationally certified electrologist in Indiana.

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Professional Memberships:American Electrology AssociationCertified Professional Electrologist

  • IEA (Indiana Electrolysis Association, Inc.,) member
  • AEA (American Electrology Association, Inc.) member
  • WIBU (Women In Business Unlimited) board member
  • Muncie Chamber of Commerce member

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  • I was the first electrologist in Indiana to work for a doctor. In 1985 electrologists had to be located in beauty shops— I changed that! Today several Indiana dermatologists employ electrologists. Electrologists can also now have private clinics such as mine. I left the Dermatology Clinic of Muncie, Inc. to open Muncie Electrology Clinic (MEC) in 1991 to allow my patients more flexible hours. I use the strictest sterilization and sanitation procedures at MEC, and I exceed the safety standards set by the Center of Disease Control (CDC).

  • I instigated, then chaired, the committee for the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for Cosmetology Examiners (State Board) that wrote the current electrology school rules and regulations. I remain available for counsel with the state board. Indiana began requiring continuing education (CEU) to remain licensed. I assisted in making the Indiana Electrolysis Association meetings count toward this new requirement.

  • I was the Indiana Electrolysis Association newsletter editor for two years and president for four years. During my presidency I set up the association’s education programs to meet the national continuing education requirements.

  • I have written two electrology brochures that have been used to educate people in my area about electrolysis and other forms of hair removal. My “Why does it have to grow there?” brochure has been distributed to over 10,000 people just like you!

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