Laser Hair Removal is the process of removing unwanted hair on the body via laser beams that destroy the hair follicle and prevent hair growth.
It is the process of removing unwanted hair on the body by application of laser beams. These beams destroy the hair follicle and prevent hair growth.
Anyone who feels that he or she has excessive hair growth on their body can undergo laser hair removal. It is preferred more for those having darker shade of hair. Laser hair removal is mostly used for female facial hair, bikini line hair and the back hair for men.
The process of laser treatment works by destroying the hair follicles. Only single hair follicles are destroyed permanently. The other hair follicles continue to grow but at a reduced pace.
One can expect a significant reduction in hair growth. Single hair follicles will be permanently removed. The hair that grows are lighter and thinner following the treatment.
Most common side-effects include discomfort, redness and swelling in the affected area. But this will go away in 1-3 days.
Laser Hair Removal is performed either by a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon.
Why are multiple Laser treatment sessions required?
Our hair grow in several phases. At any instance, the laser treatment can only affect those hair follicles which are actively growing at present. This is why multiple sessions are required.
Is Laser hair removal painful?
It is usually described as causing the same amount of pain as a rubber band against the skin of a person. Compared to waxing method, it is less painful. Numbing creams can be used to reduce pain.
Is Laser hair removal permanent?
No, it can only cause a reduction of upto 70%. However, it is more functional than permanent hair removal and it is advised to keep having follow-up sessions with the removal centre once in 4-6 months. The removal process takes place in several sessions. Each session costs around 3000-4000 depending on the clinic where it is being done.
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