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After seeing its benefits for herself, Valerie Jackson created a career for herself in electrolysis and now has her own business Tammye Nash | Managing Editornash@dallasvoice.com Valerie Jackson understands the importance of having a good body image.

Negative body image has been linked to eating disorders, anxiety, depression and low overall self-esteem. And as a transgender woman, Jackson knows how unwanted facial and body hair can magnify a negative body image and gender dysphoria.

When she started her own transition, Jackson said, one of her first steps was to seek out electrolysis for herself. When the opportunity came along for her to learn how to perform electrolysis herself, she jumped at the chance to start a new career and help other women the way she had been helped.

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