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Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair Removal
Laser hair removal is an aesthetic procedure that uses laser energy to remove unwanted hair. The laser emits a beam of light absorbed by the hair pigments. The light energy is converted into heat, which damages the hair follicle and prevents it from regrowing.
Dark, coarse hair and light skin are ideal conditions for laser hair removal treatment, and the technology is less effective for blond, red, and grey hair as the laser light is not well absorbed by these hair colors.
You may feel a slight sting or discomfort during the treatment, but this can be minimized by using a cooling device or a local anesthetic. The procedure is safe and effective to remove unwanted hair by following the aftercare instructions provided by laser specialist.
- Laser hair Removal $50 - $600
ISSUES LASER HAIR REMOVAL TARGETS
Laser hair removal is a cosmetic procedure that uses laser energy to target hair follicles and reduce hair growth. It is commonly used to treat the following issues:
- Unwanted hair growth on the face, legs, arms, underarms, back, chest, and bikini area.
- Ingrown hairs
- Hirsutism (excessive hair growth in women)
- Hypertrichosis (excessive hair growth in men and women)
- Pseudofolliculitis barbae (razor bumps)
DOWNTIME OF TREATMENT
laser hair-removal is considered to be a minimally invasive procedure with minimal downtime. Most people can resume normal activities immediately after the treatment, although there may be some temporary redness, swelling, and discomfort in the treatment area. These symptoms usually resolve within a few hours to a few days.
NUMBER OF SESSIONS
The number of treatments required to achieve permanent hair reduction depends on various factors, including the size, location, thickness and density of the hair and the individual’s hair growth cycle. Most people need several treatments to achieve satisfactory results.
On average, it is common to need at least 6-8 laser hair-removal treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart to achieve significant hair reduction. Laser hair removal is not a permanent option for hair removal, as it only damages the hair follicles and slows down hair growth.
It is not uncommon for some hair to regrow after treatment, although it may be finer and lighter in color. Laser hair-removal is not a one-time fix, but maintenance treatments may be needed to keep the hair from returning.